Character styles protect overrides


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Character styles protect overrides

Alright, we are still working inside that same Page 191.indd file that's found inside the 04 Charstyles folder, and I am going to go ahead and zoom-in on this first step a little bit here, so that we can check out the Character Styles that I have applied. I am going to go ahead and double-click inside of the text at some point here. Actually, let's go ahead and click inside the word the and I will bring up the Paragraph Styles palette once again, so we can see it's styled in the Step style. That makes sense, and that Step style by the way includes Adobe Caslon Pro.

The Regular type style, a size of 10.5, leading of 14 and so on and so on. Now, I am going to cursor forward. So I am going to press the right arrow key a few times and notice as soon as I move into the word Lesson, my type style changes to Italic, so it changes from Regular right there to Italic like so and yet Step doesn't have a + sign after it. Even though this is an Override, right? This step style doesn't includ...

Character styles protect overrides
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Character styles protect overrides 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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