Learn about the paragraph options in design software.
- [Instructor] It's now time for us to take a look…at the paragraph level properties that we can change.…And I've switched here into InDesign,…and I've got a document that has some threaded text,…that's the way to refer to text that goes along boxes,…and in fact, you can see if I turn that on,…if I show the actual text threads that are here,…so I'll just go to Extras and show text threads there,…you can see how they link up, like so.…Those arrows pointing from the outflow port,…which is this thing, the bottom right hand corners…to the inport, which is the thing at the top left here…of all of these frames.…
Okay, I'll turn that extra back off again,…actually, so we don't need it.…It's just a distraction, for the moment.…And in InDesign if I just double click here…to start editing the text like so,…you do get type controls up here in the control strip,…or some people call it the options bar.…But just to avoid any confusion or unnecessary distractions,…I'm going to use the paragraph panel here, as well.…So the first paragraph level property we can change…
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