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Chapter 56. Applying Styles > Overriding Local Attributes

Overriding Local Attributes

Any text formatting on top of the given paragraph or character style is called local formatting. For example, making a single word italic is applying local formatting to it. As in XPress, InDesign adds a plus (“+”) symbol to the style name when the text insertion point is within styled text that has local formatting (Figure 56-1).

Figure 56-1. Like XPress, InDesign informs you of local formatting by placing a plus symbol after the style name.



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