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In this chapter, we will take a look at the most commonly used and oldest variety of style sheet, Paragraph Styles, which effect entire paragraphs of text at a time. You'll learn how to create Paragraph Styles based on the formatting of selected text and assign shortcuts to the styles, so you can apply them in a flash. You will even learn how to base one style on another and specify the next style that InDesign applies, the one it uses when you begin a new paragraph. If you think that's slick, and you will, you will be bowled over when you apply three different styles to a sequence of paragraphs and thereby format an entire story with one right-click.
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