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Lines, Frames, and Strokes
Sometimes referred to as "rules," lines are design elements you add to pages. Frames are primarily rectangular containers for text and graphics, but they can be any shape or size and serve exclusively as design elements. You can stroke the edges of lines and frames, and you can specify a stroke style such as stripes or dashes. While you're working with InDesign, it's important that you understand the differences between lines, frames, and paths.