Creating "Continued On..." numbers


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Creating "Continued On..." numbers

I have my Bliss_Magazine file open from the exercises folder. And I am going to zoom down here to the lower right corner of this page and I can see that this story jumps to some page later in the document. So I am going to switch to the Type tool, drag out a frame, and type Continued on page, but what number to type here? I just don't know. And if I do type a number then what would I do if the document pages get moved around and the rest of the story moves to a different page? What we need is some way of adding a Continued on page marker, which will automatically update for us. Can you do that? Sure, no problem, if you know where to look. While the text cursor is flashing in this frame, I am going to go the Type menu, scroll down to Insert Special Character, and look in the Marker's pop-up menu. Here we have something called the Next Page Number and that's what we want.

Right now it says, Continued on page 8. But that's a little weird because we are actually on page 8. If ...

Creating "Continued On..." numbers
Video duration: 4m 44s 8h 3m Intermediate

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Creating "Continued On..." numbers provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS4 Beyond the Basics

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Design
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InDesign
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