Nesting a number or bullet style


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Nesting a number or bullet style

I am still working inside that same Numbers & bullets.indd file that I opened in the previous exercise wherein we change the numbering of the first paragraph on the left-hand page to begin at number 9, and we change the lower paragraph on the right-hand page to reset to number 1. So that's good, that's the way we want it, but we still have some problems with these numbers. First of all, they aren't styled properly and then secondly, they don't align properly. If I went ahead and dragged out a vertical guide here from the left-hand ruler and let's say I'll drop it roughly at this point here.

You can see that the 10 aligns quite nicely, actually we have enough room for that double digit number right there, but when I have a single digit number, it ends up aligning left. It needs to align right so all of the single digits are in a row with each other and then when we add a double digit, it goes left, which is the way you actually align a numbered list. That's the way ...

Nesting a number or bullet style
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Nesting a number or bullet 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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