Using other languages


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Using other languages

Habla Espanol? Sprechen sie deutsch? If you speak another language or more precisely if you have to use text from another language inside InDesign, you should tell InDesign about it. After all, InDesign has spelling and hyphenation dictionaries for about two dozen different languages. In the InDesign Essential Training title, I pointed out that you can assign language to text by selecting the text on the page, going to the Control panel and choosing the language from the language popup menu. For example, this is French so I will choose French from the popup menu, but in this case because I know that I have French in multiple places in this document, it's much better to create a character style to do this.

So I am going to open the Character Style panel and I will Option-click on the New Character Style button or Alt-click on Windows. That opens the New Character Style dialog box. I am going to call this one French language and I am going to set this to be Italic just because it lo...

Using other languages
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Using other languages 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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