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Chapter 1. Workspace > Setting Defaults

Setting Defaults

“Defaults” are the settings you begin with when you start InDesign. InDesign’s defaults control page size, fill type and stroke color, available styles, type specifications, and other details. InDesign has two kinds of defaults—application defaults and document defaults. Application defaults determine the appearance and behavior of all new publications; document defaults control the specifications of objects you create in a particular publication.

Neither document defaults nor application defaults change any existing objects or publications—you can change the defaults at any time without harming publications you’ve already laid out.


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