Creating "continued on..." jump lines


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Creating "continued on..." jump lines

Here in my roux_article document, from my exercise folder, I can see that this story jumps from page 22 to 23, and then it threads on to some other text frame, on some other page. I don't know where it goes, but I know it goes somewhere. I can see what the page numbers are by looking up here in the Pages panel. Well, what if my art director comes to me, and says, well, we need to get rid of that text, because we're going to put an ad on the bottom of that page. So I simply select it, and delete it; getting ready for an ad. Now, where does this text go to? What we really need is a jump line. Something that says, continued on page such and such.

So let's go ahead and zoom in here, and see how we could make one. I'll choose my Type tool, and draw out a text frame here, and I'll type Continued on page, and then what? What do I type there? Well, I need a special character; a character that's going to tell me where that story goes to, and I can find that up in the Type m...

Creating "continued on..." jump lines
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Creating "continued on..." jump lines provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS6 Essential Training

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Design
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InDesign
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