Converting and styling a table


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Converting and styling a table

In this exercise, we're going to take this tabbed list down at the bottom of the page that represents the contents of disc two, part of this two CD series that goes by the catchy name Radio One, Established 1967 and we're going to format it more or less like the formatted table at the top of the page, using that Table Style that we created in the previous exercise, which comprises the Cell Styles that we created before that and so on. By the way if you are just joining us, if you can catch right up with me by opening this document that's called Table style RTD.indd, that is Table Style Ready to Deploy, found inside of the 06 Table Styles folder.

Alright. I am going to scroll down to the bottom region of the page here and I am also going to press the W key in order to switch out of the Preview mode into the Normal mode. Now, I want you see these hidden characters, the tabs and the carriage returns and if you can't see them, then you need to go to the Type menu and choose this guy...

Converting and styling a table
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Converting and styling a table 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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