Applying styles


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Applying styles

Having loaded the styles from the finished version of the newsletter, we are now ready to apply those styles. For now I'll turn off my baseline grid and my other guides by pressing W and I'm going to tear off my Paragraph Styles panel and expand it so that we can see as many of those styles as possible. If you have a very long style sheet list, you might want to choose Small Panel Rows. I think I'll do that. We could also arrange our styles in folders on our Paragraph Styles panel into what are called Style Groups. When these were introduced in InDesign CS3, I thought them a great idea, but I've since come to change my mind about those, and I prefer not to use them. But you can see that I have named my styles for the section they apply to. So all the Calendar styles begin with the word Calendar, or the Review styles with the word Review, etcetera.

So firstly, these styles up here, the TOC if I zoom in on this section, I'll place my place my cursor anywhere in tha...

Applying styles
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Applying styles provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Nigel French as part of the Designing a Newsletter

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Design
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Illustrator InDesign
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