Specifying a chapter number


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Specifying a chapter number

Alright gang! We have now established this wonderfully intelligent figure number right here below the top-left figure inside of this document and by this document, I mean in this case, a catch-up document that I am calling Fig Number style.indd found inside of that same 05_nested numbered folder. You can see that it is styled with the Fig Number style here inside the Paragraph Styles palette. Great! But this figure needs to begin in Chapter 6 for one thing so the first number should be 6 and this is actually Figure 6-30 for what it's worth, so we need to advance the numbering to 30.

So how do we do that? Well, first we need to specify a chapter number. So I am going to deselect everything, I am going to switch over to the Pages palette right here, which you can get by going to the Window menu and choosing Pages or pressing the F12 key, very common palette for navigating pages and creating pages and organizing pages inside of InDesign. You may see this little down pointing arrow head at the top...

Specifying a chapter number
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Specifying a chapter number 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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