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102 Making tab leaders pretty

102 Making tab leaders pretty: InDesign Secrets
102 Making tab leaders pretty: InDesign Secrets

Tab leaders are dots, dashes or anything else that is used to help lead someone from one part of a page to another. Examples of this are dots that connect a chapter name to the page number in a table of contents. InDesign can help you create tab leaders for your documents, though you may have to tweak them a bit to get them looking their best. This online lesson will provide you with tips and tricks for making tab leaders pretty with InDesign.

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