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Chapter 9. AUTOMATING TEXT > Defining Styles

Defining Styles

Styles are the most powerful feature for applying formatting. InDesign has two types of styles. Paragraph styles apply formatting for both character and paragraph attributes. Character styles apply formatting for only character attributes. (For more information on working with character and paragraph attributes, see Chapter3, "Text.")

You can use the Paragraph Styles palette to define new paragraph styles for a document. (See the sidebar on the next page for a description of how many styles a document needs.)


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