Creating an object style


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Creating an object style

In this exercise, we are going to assign a Drop Shadow to this tile in progress here and then we are going to save off all the attributes that we have created thus far. We are going to save them off as an Object Style. So I am working on this R3 tile and I am still inside the Tiles with text.indd file that I have opened in the previous exercise. So I've done a little work to this file obviously. Now, I am going to go up to the Object Menu and I am going to choose Effects and I am going to choose Drop Shadow and you also have a keyboard shortcut for that which is Ctrl+Alt+M, Command+Option+M on the Mac.

The letter M never appears in the word Drop Shadow that's just a way it is. So go ahead and choose that command and brings up the Drop Shadow panel of this big Effects dialog box. So there is all kinds of effects that you can apply and I am going to leave the Mode set to Multiply. I am going to raise the Opacity value to a 100% and let's turn on the Preview Checkbox. So I can see what i...

Creating an object style
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Creating an object style 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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InDesign
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