InDesign Time-Savers: Creating and Using Styles
Character and paragraph styles in InDesign are a great cure for the painful process of manual formatting.
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Character and paragraph styles in InDesign are a great cure for the painful process of manual formatting. By using styles, you can quickly and easily establish consistency and legibility across any document. The use of styles also allows for more efficient revisions of a document. Claudia McCue shows you how simple and helpful this InDesign feature can be.
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Claudia McCue is a nationally recognized consultant, trainer, and graphic arts production specialist. Combining more than 20 years of real-world production experience—from old-style mechanicals through early electronic prepress to today's Mac- and PC-based systems—she specializes in teaching both creative and production professionals.
Claudia is the author of Real World Print Production (Peachpit Press, 2006), a contributor to InDesign Magazine, Dynamic Graphics Magazine, and HOW Magazine, and a frequent presenter at industry conferences. She is the presenter for the video training series "Adobe CS3 Print Workflow" from Total Training. She is an Adobe Certified Instructor for Photoshop, Acrobat, and InDesign. When she's not in front of the computer, she can be found swooping down country roads on her motorcycle.