Learn how to create parent/child style relationships using Based On.
- [Instructor] In this movie I'll look…at creating style relationships using the "Based On" option.…When you base one style on another style…you create a parent-child relationship.…And in this document I have head two based on head one.…So if we take a look the definition of head two,…I'll right click on there and choose edit,…we see that it is based on head one.…Which means that it starts out exactly like head one…and then we make some exceptions to it which become…the things that make it unique.…
And in this case those style settings are listed right here.…The implications of this are that if you change…the parent style all of the styles that…are based on it will also change.…Except for those things that you made…unique about the offspring styles.…So I also have in this document a third level of head.…And I'd like to now create a head three style.…I zoomed in on that by pressing command spacebar,…click and drag.…
Now because I want my third level of head to look…pretty much like my second level head, but just be smaller,…
- Creating, applying, and redefining paragraph and character styles
- Using Quick Apply to apply styles
- Using GREP styles to automate text formatting
- Controlling text flow with styles
- Organizing content with paragraph rules and paragraph shading
- Creating, applying, and redefining object styles
- Applying styles with Find/Change
- Mapping Word styles to InDesign styles
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Paragraph and Character Styles Basics
2. Chapter Botched on Import
3. Advanced Text Styles
5. Object Styles
6. Table and Cell Styles
7. Other Uses of Styles
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