By jeff witchel in InDesign,Tutorial,Video Tutorials
Monday May 4, 2009
Learn how to create and edit custom text options to give your text a different feel when underlined or highlighted.
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[...] Tutorial of The Day Custom Underlines in InDesign by Jeff Witchel: Click here for the Tutorial [...]
awesome!! thanx !!
What a great, easy way to highlight text! No more drawing boxes on top of my text.
how do you draw a line that is the width of the text box rather than the width of the word?
Here’s my answer to you question, Steve. Choose Paragraph Rules (Alt-Command-J) to define an underlined text you want. The great thing is that you can make the stroke as long (or short) as you like!
[...] Custom Underlines in InDesign [...]
I was going nuts looking for the tool to open the Underline Options. ” Alt + the Underline tool in the control panel.” THANK YOU! Best tip of the day… I won’t forget about the Alt key to see more options again.. I’m using a PC with CS4.
I managed to highlight my text, but couldn’t create the new character style. when I click on my character styles panel under options there is no new character style option. What should I do?
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