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That's not something you can do with regular paragraphs of arbitrary length, but it's easily done using a two-column table. Set up the table so that the text offset top and bottom is exactly half your normal paragraph spacing. The right column will contain your text. The left column will the Paragraph Style for your guillemet, with the cell style set to ...


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Text Variables can be used. Type > Text Variables > Define. Then name it, I used Issue Number to go with your question and whatever text you want. Then just for example I created two text boxes and did Type > Variable > Insert > Issue Number Now when I want to update I just edit that variable Didn't screenshot but hit edit, changed it to Issue 02 ...


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You can assign an individual Paragraph Style for each line/placeholder (Phone, Mobile, E-Mail) in which you define the Bullets and Numbering as the associated Character (T, M, E). Make sure to Remove Blank Lines for Empty Fields when merging the document, so the empty cell wont result in an empty paragraph. This way the prefixes shouldn't show.


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These are font cache files used by Adobe applications. They are not fonts. These files are not meant to be opened and explored. In fact, they can freely be deleted whenever needed and the applications will regenerate them as necessary. In many cases, if font's fail to appear in applications trashing all AdobeFnt*.lst files may help.


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For most commercial printing you should simply export to PDF/X-1a format as single pages with marks and bleeds. If you are uncertain of PDF configuration for your print provider, you need to ask your provider how they want PDFs configured.


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If you are sending the PDF to a print service provider, it's always best to check with them to find what format they prefer. That said, PDF-X/1a is the safest PDF format for general-purpose printing, and you are unlikely to come across a print shop that can't use it. If your booklet includes bleed, you must turn that on in the PDF dialog (under "Marks and ...


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You could create outlines of the Guillemet, converting it to art rather than type, then use bulleted lists with an anchored art object. And anchor it to the first line of the text. This will allow the guillemet to travel with its anchored text. However, you'd have to take care with the initial placement.


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There's an option to link an element to specific text. Anchored objects are items, such as images or text boxes, that are attached—or anchored—to specific text. The anchored object travels with the text containing the anchor as the text reflows. Use anchored objects for all objects that you want associated with a particular line or block of text, ...


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You need to apply a paragraph style in InDesign. They are not in Window but the panel is located in Type. Shortcut cmd+F11: Create the paragraph style, double click, go to Indents and Spacing: Add your desired indent in the First Line Indent: Taking it a little further. You could unpack the ePub and navigate to your CSS and build a class and ...


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I think you might be over thinking this.. hopefully this easy solution works for you: Find/Change Find what: M^p Change to: (leave empty) Search: Document Repeat for Find T^p and E^p If there's other text this might get messy but being business cards I don't suspect there's much for this to affect outside of the Find/Change. If that is the case then the ...


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I’ve found there is a way using para and character styles though this means creating as many as there are lines you want indented. I typed in a guillemot (at the start of a two-line paragraph followed by an indent to here character. I then used a negative base-line shift to centre the guillemot on the two lines. I made this into a character style calling it ...


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You might have printed/exported as spreads which would be 2 pages per sheet. Check your Print Settings. I think there is a checkbox in the Print dialog as well. Good Luck.


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unfortunately there is no implemented option in indesign to do this. the only way to solve the problem is this script. hope it helps!



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