Before jumping right in, you’ll want to do two things:
Drag an image or content to the frame. Add text wrapping using the simple text wrapping tools in the upper right-hand corner. Text wrap unusual shapes using the tools under Window -> Text Wrap.
Changing the Size – The frame will fill at 100%. To fit the object size to the frame, go to Object -> Fitting -> Fill Frame Proportionally. You may also Fit Frame to Content if you want the frame to change size instead.
You can always add any type of content by using the File-> Place option and sorting through your files manually, although Adobe Bridge is more visual.
Never Copy and Paste.
Use the Text Frame tool (also in the palette) and add an appropriately sized frame (similar to how we added the object.)
Change your fonts and sizing in the toolbar above. If your text is smaller or larger than your frame, use the Fit Frame to Content option that is shown in the previous instructions.
Use the Column indicator options in the top-right corner to change the number of columns in your text frame and the gutter between the columns.
Add drop caps and other features using the Paragraph panel found in Window->Type & Tables -> Paragraph
Change text color using either the color tool at the top of the document or using the Eyedropper tool to borrow a color directly from a photo.