Setting load styles


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Setting load styles

We have learned how to make text and object styles in one document, but what if you want the same style in another file. Do you have to go recreate them all over again? No, because there are several ways to copy styles from one document to another. The first is literally just to copy them. However, you don't copy them from the Style panel; instead you copy them from objects on your page. Simply apply the styles to some text or objects on your page, in this case, I have the subhead and the body text applied here and also the numbering style and I will select that object on the page and copy it to the clipboard. Now why don't I go and create a New Document and I can see that those styles are not there, but as soon as I paste them, Boom! There they are. All the styles required for this object came into the Paragraphs Style panels. The same thing goes with table styles, object styles and so on.

Now let me show you another way to copy styles from one document to another. Once again ...

Setting load styles
Video duration: 2m 58s 8h 3m Intermediate

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Setting load styles provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS4 Beyond the Basics

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Design
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InDesign
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