Watch the tutorial video to understand inter-image spacing.
Understanding inter-image spacing
Adjacent frames on your canvas share a snapline - indicated by the white markers around the canvas edge.
The amount of padded space between snapped images is controlled by the spacing value.
When you drag an image into position on your canvas, guidelines will appear to help you snap frames together. The spacing between the frames remains consistent.
By default, your layouts will be created with zero padding between adjacent image frames.
You can change the amount of spacing between images.
Move the spacing slider on the Book or Page editor, and then apply a new layout to the page.
In this example, a new spacing is applied in the Book editor. Adjust the slider, and apply a new layout to any one page. The new layout will adjust the inter-image spacing.
Adjusting selected images on a page
If your page is opened in the Page Editor, you can select image frames that are snapped together (0 spacing) and readjust them.
In this example, four images are placed in a spread with 0 spacing between them. The images are all snapped together.
To adjust the spacing between snapped images on this page, select a group of them, then change the spacing slider. Finally, click on the spacing adjustment tool to apply the new settings.