InDesign Styles in Depth covers the ins and outs of styles, a time-saving set of features that allows designers to maximize efficiency in InDesign. This course covers text styles, table and cell styles, object styles, and every feature in InDesign that is improved by the use of styles. Author Michael Murphy explores the use of character versus paragraph styles as well as advanced text formatting with nested styles, multi-level lists, table manipulation, cross-references, and creating a table of contents. The course also covers how to map styles upon import and export, whether taking documents to the Web with HTML and CSS, publishing them as EPUBs, or distributing them as PDFs.
Setting up a style-centric workspace
Creating relationships between paragraph styles
Using Quick Apply to apply styles
Using GREP styles to automate text formatting
Connecting paragraphs with Keep Options
Creating, applying, and modifying object styles
Maintaining links between styled tables and external data