Finding and changing object formatting


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Finding and changing object formatting

When I am working on designing or laying out a document, I don't want to be bothered by mind numbing tasks. For example, can you imagine working on a big document and then your client or your art director says something like, Hey, can you make all of these gray lines green? This kind of thing would make me scream. If I didn't have a Find/ Change feature to do it for me. But I do and it lives just where you'd expect, in the Find/Change dialog box. I'll go to the Edit menu, choose Find/ Change and here in the Text tab of the Find/Change dialog box, I can find and change text and text formatting.

I don't want that, I want Object Formatting. So I am going to click on the Object tab and now I can dial in exactly what I want to find and exactly what I want to change it to. To change those values I can click anywhere inside this little blank area. I could also click on that little tiny button if you want to, but basically I just click anywhere in this blank area and up comes t...

Finding and changing object formatting
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Finding and changing object formatting provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS5 Essential Training

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Design
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InDesign
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