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046 Ensuring the first line of every chapter starts in the same spot

046 Ensuring the first line of every chapter starts in the same spot: InDesign Secrets
046 Ensuring the first line of every chapter starts in the same spot: InDesign Secrets

Many InDesign users prefer the formatting of their chapters to be uniform, so that each chapter's opening begins in the same spot. However, due to text reflows, the positioning of chapter openings will sometimes alter slightly. In this online tutorial, you will learn how to ensure that the first line of every chapter starts in the same spot.

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