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By Anne-Marie Concepción | Thursday, July 10, 2014
Let’s say you have two text blocks of different lengths. How can you unite them visually and create a consistent look and feel in your design?
In this episode of InDesign Secrets, I’ll show you how to make them more aesthetically similar by starting and ending the text in the same place—using InDesign’s vertical justification feature.This little-known option in the Text Frame Options menu lets you adjust type not only horizontally, but vertically as well.
Take five minutes and watch today’s free video. It’s guaranteed to save you time in InDesign. Then check back next week for more InDesign Secrets.
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