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Part 4: Typography > Text Frame Properties

Chapter 50. Text Frame Properties

While most text attributes are controlled on the character and paragraph level, there is a third way you can change text appearance—by setting the properties of the frame which contains the text. For example, you can do this in QuarkXPress on the Text tab of the Modify dialog box, in which you can control properties which are particular to the text box: the number of columns, the inset of the text from the box, and so on. There are similar settings in InDesign.


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