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Using Adobe InDesign Style Sheets for Layout Consistency

When creating a design in Adobe InDesign, using the Paragraph Styles, Character Styles, and Object Styles can help a graphic designer work more creatively and efficiently with typography and layout. Styles can help organize the layout and the production. Paragraphs Styles Keep the Design Looking Consistent Paragraph styles are applied ...

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Working With Styles in Microsoft Word

A style consists of specific formats applied to fonts, paragraphs, headings, subheadings, and text in your document. Word’s default template is preloaded with standard formats which you can use as is or modify to your own specifications. See Style Drop-Down Image. Styles allow the user to quickly and easily apply ...

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Typography – Basics of Readability in Graphic Design

Typography is the discipline of manipulating type as required to produce attractive and readable textual information as an integral part of a unified graphic design. The rules of readability include type selection, type positioning and spacing, and fundamentals of style. As with a previous article on the minimum requirements for ...

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Using Adobe Indesign to Easily Print Address Labels

Adobe Indesign’s Data Merge function is designed to take a large selection of data and format it according to a template to make it ready for printing. It significantly eases the job of the designer by allowing a number of records to be processed as a batch – for example, ...

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