When in doubt, be obsessive


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When in doubt, be obsessive

In this final exercise of the chapter, I am going to show you another way to update Character Styles and also how to deal with local overrides because it's slightly different than when you are working with a Paragraph Style. I am working inside of a document by the way, a catch-up document, our final catch-up document for this chapter called Goodbye mud brown.indd found inside the O4 Charstyles folder and of course I have named this file Goodbye mud brown because the mud brown is gone in favor of this lustrous blue, this sort of cobalt blue here. Alright. So now at this point just for the sake of argument here, those of you who might care to argue with me.

You might say, "Okay Deke, you know what, I kind of half-buy what you are doing here, this obsessive styling of this document. I buy the fact that you went ahead and styled the numbers with Step number because that is pretty special and I buy the fact that you went ahead and styled these leaders with Step leader. But what are you doin...

When in doubt, be obsessive
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When in doubt, be obsessive 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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