Applying your new character style


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Applying your new character style

In this exercise, we are going to assign our new Step leader style to the actual step leaders inside of our document. The document in question being Step leader style.indd or if you have been working along with me this entire time, Page 191, both of which are found of course inside of the O4 Charstyles folder. Now, I am going to go ahead and double-click and drag like so across, Save your artwork, up here in the upper left hand corner of the document. Because I have a keyboard shortcut assigned to Step leader, you may or may not have been successfully able to assign such a keyboard shortcut depending of course on your keyboard whether you have a numeric keypad or not.

I am going to press Ctrl+5 that is Ctrl+5 on the numeric keypad, the 5 has got to be on the numeric keypad, that would be Command+5 on the Mac in order to style that text. What if you don't have a numeric keypad or you just want to try a different option? Well, we have got three other steps to style here, I am going to go down ...

Applying your new character style
Video duration: 2m 50s 5h 33m Intermediate

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Applying your new character style provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the InDesign CS3 One-on-One: Style Sheets

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Design
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