Employing a highly selective object style


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Employing a highly selective object style

In this next exercise, I am going to show you how to anchor a footnote on the same page as its reference, as the item that's referencing the footnote, and this technique involves a little bit of Object Styles, a lot of anchored objects. Now if you are working along with me, I am still inside the same old document, that same Glossary document. But if you are just joining me, I am working inside of a catch-up document called First page anchored.indd because all of the objects on the first page are indeed anchored and you will find this document inside the 07 Object Styles folder.

I don't need these ruler guides anymore, so I am going to select them and hit the Backspace or Delete key to get rid of them. Then I am going to press Shift+PageDown, in order to advance to the next page, and you will see this item right there. Notice that it's a footnote for this page, but it's not anchored to the thing that's casting the footnote that's referencing the footnote, which is this en...

Employing a highly selective object style
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Employing a highly selective 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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