Adding stroke to clipping path - Adobe Indesign

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Adding stroke to clipping path

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    Forgive me if this is already posted somewhere on the forums. Is there any way to apply a stroke weight and color to the clipping path outline?

    Thanks,
    D

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    Duplicate the path and then rightclick the duplicate. Choose convert
    clipping path to frame.

    Bob

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    Bob,

    I am embarrassed that it was that easy! Thanks so much.

    D

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    It's only easy when you know how. <g>

    Bob

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    Tips like this really makes it worth reading this forum frequently.

    I wished it was asked 2 months ago, or - that I asked this way 43 days
    ago :-)

    Although I learned from that too - this had been much more time-saving.

    --
    Regards Nina Storm

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