Join Deke McClelland for an in-depth discussion in this video Getting around the Document window, part of InDesign CS4 Getting Started.
In this exercise, we'll talk about how to get around inside of InDesign,…meaning how do you zoom in, how do you zoom out, and how do you pan the page.…I am working inside of a document called Token text.indd found inside the…Exercise Files folder. You can see that this document is largely empty with the…exception of a little bit of token text, that's going to serve my future…training purposes here.…Now currently I am taking in an entire two-page spread, but that means I am…pretty far zoomed out. I can see up in the title bar that I am seeing my…document at 78% of its normal size. If I wanted to zoom in and take in the…details on the page with more clarity, then I need to go up to the View menu…and choose the Zoom In command, and if I wanted to farther in, I would go up to…the View menu and choose Zoom In again. By the same token, if I wanted to move…out, I would choose the Zoom Out command.…
The problem with choosing these commands is it's fairly labor-intensive, going…up to the View menu every time you want to change a zoom level, better to…
- Designing master pages
- Changing type color
- Defining paragraph styles
- Formatting bullets and numbers
- Improving display performance
- Determining how text wraps around graphics
Skill Level Beginner
Q: When creating more than one set of numbered text in a document, for the second numbered list, the numbering starts at the final number of the first n list. For example, if my first list was 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 the next list starts at 6, 7, 8, 9 etc. How can I start at 1 again for the second and subsequent lists?
A: To reset the list numbering, follow these steps:
1) Click in the paragraph that should be #1.