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InDesign's Paragraph Styles are a text attribute, not a frame attribute, so the applied Paragraph Style dominates. Even if you specify different Object Styles for different frames, and set different Paragraph Styles for each, it's the last Paragraph Style of the first threaded frame that takes precedence. Think this through, and you'll see the logic. You ...


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If you are wanting to do this automatically and have InDesign CS6+ the only alternative is to create a script to achieve what you want. If you're on a Mac you could always use AppleScript to record what you're doing and modify it accordingly to apply to every object in your project. So this would extend further on Marcoslhc's answer. If you're not on ...


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The column part is in the Rules section, not in the Underline Section. I'm not sure the Underline option will achieve what you are looking for if the paragraphs you are styling are going to have different line counts/heights. It would however work really well if you are going to use it for headers with one or two lines. You can just set up specific ...



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