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Yes you can actually. See Adobe's instructions: https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/using/formatting-paragraphs.html Use Keep Options in the Paragraph panel menu (if you have text selected, then click on the paragraph panel expanded options for this menu to be accessible). You can also do this within the paragraph styles. Check "Keep Lines Together" and then ...


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OK, this turned out to be trickier than I'd thought. But I was able to get each chat contained into one text frame with one anchored object. Object Styles I ended up needing to only define one object style. The key settings are the rounded corners, text inset added, and text frame auto height turned on. Paragraph Styles Setting up the paragraph styles ...


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Place your cursor in the text and ..... Paragraph Panel menu > Paragraph Rules Note there are two options in the drop down at the upper left corner of the window -- Rule Above, and Rule Below. It's possible to set one alone or both together.


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What order should pages be? (sequential or otherwise) Generally, for the designer, reader spreads (sequential). It is most often in the hands of the print provider to impose a reader spread PDF or document into printer spreads for production. There are some cases (generally for smaller print shops) where you may be asked to create printer spreads. But ...


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I don't have the reputation required to post a comment, but I'm wondering if you're using master pages for these layouts and if your content is tagged with the needed paragraph styles. If so, then you as long as all the content is in the primary text frame, it should convert nicely when you apply a different master to the page. I believe more detail on your ...


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The best option is probably to make your icon a font. This can be done using a script by @jongware. He can do a better job of explaining it than I can. It's something that I have on my radar for the next time I need to create glyphs, so I haven't used it yet. There's a free trial or basic version. The script and more details can be found on indiscripts.com: ...


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Autosize bases the new size on the text in the frame. But the placeholder character for a page number doesn't have a definitive size - it can be smaller or (much) wider on every single page. It's either intentionally made so (for reasons of software design), or a straight out bug (and I suspect the latter, because text variables suffer from similar ...



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