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In addition to automating the application of many formatting attributes at a time, style sheets are dynamic. InDesign creates a live link between the style and the text frame or graphic object to which it's applied. So when you make a change to a style sheet, the text updates to match your changes. In this brief chapter, you'll make a couple of changes to an existing paragraph style and see firsthand how those changes affect your text. You'll also see exactly how changes to a parent style get passed down to the children.
It's just like a real family, except the children actually obey the parents here inside InDesign.
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