The convergence of very nearly everything


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The convergence of very nearly everything

Our fifth variety of Style Sheet, Object Styles, allow you to save any combination of effects and graphic attributes that you can apply to an object or frame. An Object Style may include a Paragraph Style definition, which in turn may contain a nested character style or two, as well as frame level attributes such as Fill, Stroke, Transparency, Frame Margin, Text Wrap, and Anchored Object settings. And it can be applied just as easily to a text block, an imported graphic or a drawing created inside InDesign.

Object Styles may not include cell or Table Styles, but otherwise they represent the culmination of everything we've learned so far. In this exercise, you'll learn how to create Object Styles that include embedded Paragraph Styles so you can create precise text frame effects, and format the text inside the frames in one fell swoop. We'll also get a sense for how to automate the layout of really an entire document with the help of Anchored Objects, once again, saved as Obje...

The convergence of very nearly everything
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The convergence of very nearly everything 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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