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127 Making automatic jump lines

127 Making automatic jump lines: InDesign Secrets
127 Making automatic jump lines: InDesign Secrets

Jump lines are places in an article or text that allow users to jump from one section to another, especially if there are multiple pages involved. For example, think of how in a traditional newspaper the story begins on the front page, but then you flip to another page in order to finish the article. Jump lines work much in the same way. This online tutorial covers the basics of making automatic jump lines within your articles using InDesign.

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