In this video, start applying multiple formats through the use of a nested style.
- [Instructor] Continuing from the previous movie, … we now need to change the definition of this Paragraph Style … called part into a nested style so that we go from formats … that look like this, … to formats that look like this … where we have different formats … applied to the first part of that paragraph. … But first, I need to replace the em dashes … with forced line breaks. … I will select the em dash and the spaces either side … and then copy that to my clipboard, … come to my Find change dialogue, and paste that into … my Find what field, … then in the Change to field, … I'll choose Forced Line Break. … I want to make sure that I clear out … anything that's in the Change Format … and that in the Find Format, I'm just finding … those paragraphs that have … this paragraph style applied to them. … Find Next, doesn't find a match … and that's because I still have this parameter turned on, … whole word, I'll turn that off, … Find Next and let's just try one, Change … Yup, that works, so I'll now go ahead …
- Setting up an InDesign workspace
- Adjusting the page size and margins
- Placing text
- Applying text styles
- Automating formatting
- Adding footnotes and headers
- Placing images
- Fixing text details
- Creating the front matter
- Creating the cover
- Exporting the final book
Skill Level Intermediate
InDesign CC: Designing a Magazine Layoutwith Nigel French1h 51m Intermediate
EPUB Accessibility Using InDesignwith Laura Brady2h 41m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Document Setup and Strategy
3. Placing Text
4. Styling the Text
5. Working with Images
6. Finessing Text Composition
7. Creating the Front Matter
8. Creating the Cover
9. Preparing for Print
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