Object-level formatting attributes


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Object-level formatting attributes

In this exercise, we are going to apply some Object Level Formatting Attributes to one of the tiles, doesn't matter which tile you select. Just go ahead and select one of them, and by Object Level Attributes I mean things like Fill and Stroke and Drop Shadow and so on, you will see. So, I am going to click on one of these guys with the black arrow tool then I am going to zoom-in, and by the way if you are just joining us for whatever reason, I've got a catch-up document here called Tiles with text.indd found inside of the 07 Object Styles folder.

So I want you to click on one of the tiles then, bring up the Swatches palette either by clicking on this little icon here if you can find it or by pressing the F5 key that works too. Notice this tiny little icon up here in the upper left corner of the Swatches palette. That tells you whether the Fill or the Stroke is active. Most likely it's the Fill that's active right now. I am going to assume, if not, just go ahead and click on this li...

Object-level formatting attributes
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Object-level formatting attributes 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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