Basing one style on another


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Basing one style on another

In this exercise, I am going to show you how to base one style on another and the advantage of basing styles on each other is that they become easier to edit in the future. As we will see in the next chapters. So you are not going to see why this is so great in the next chapter, but just bear with me for now. It is a wonderful thing to do, but it does have a few repercussions as you are about to see. Alright, so I am working still inside this One style down (2 2 go) document that's found inside the 02 Graph Styles folder and I have made a new style, its called Byline.

Let's go and edit that style now. I will go ahead and press Enter on the numeric keypad or the Escape Key if didn't load my shortcuts and I am also going to press Ctrl+Shift+A that's another thing you could do. Incidentally, if I still had my text active, I could just press Ctrl+Shift+A or Command+Shift+A on the Mac to deselect that text. So that's another way to work and probably the simpler way to work since it...

Basing one style on another
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Basing one style on another 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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