How to Start and Restart Numbered Sequences in InDesign


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Starting and restarting numbered sequences

In this exercise we are going to change the sequencing of the numbering. Now I am working inside of a document called Numbers & bullets.indd, that's found inside of the 05 Nested Numbered Folder. If you are still working inside of the document called Pages 194-195, stick with it. Now here is what's going on. This is a page spread that's been lifted, with a few changes, lifted from my Photoshop CS3 One on One Book, and these are Pages 194 and 195.

Really the steps that we were seeing on these pages, they are part of this larger lesson, and really the step that's up here in the upper left hand corner of the document, that started at 9, so this is actually Step 9 inside of this particular exercise. Then this guy is Step 10, this guy is Step 11, and then after the headline we would reset to Step 1. So how in the world do we make that happen? Well, you could actually change the style if you want to. I am going to press Shift+Tab to bring back my palettes, because I had them hidden s...

Starting and restarting numbered sequences
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Starting and restarting numbered sequences 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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