Layered fonts, sometimes referred to as multipart fonts, are a great way to produce visually rich text without outlining, but in the page layout world, there may be some challenges in using and easily editing them. Learn how you can use a feature in InDesign to potentially make working with layered fonts easier.
- [Instructor] Hello, and welcome to Design Tools Weekly … with me, Tony Harmer. … In a recent episode we looked at using multi-part … or layered fonts, and we were in an illustrator document … where we used find and replace to quickly make changes … to several layered text items … using multi-part or layered fonts. … This week we're going to look at a method … that may work well for you, … if you're using layered fonts in InDesign … because find replace might not actually work as well for you … in InDesign, because you might have several instances … of a word or words that you are using. … For example, in the beginning … of this fictitious email header, … just here, I have a title here … made with three different instances of a multi-part font … just here, all saying of course the word September … but you'll also see September down here in the heading … and indeed in a few other places below that. … So find in change probably wouldn't work … well for this particular example. … But how do I get around that, …
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