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Review questions

1How do you autoflow text? How do you flow text one frame at a time?
2How can using styles save time?
3When searching for text using the Find/Change command, you get a “Cannot find match” message. What are some reasons InDesign might have failed to find a match?
4While checking the spelling of your document, InDesign flags words used in other languages. How can you fix this problem?

Review answers

1When the loaded text icon appears after using the Place command or clicking an out port, hold down the Shift key and click. To flow text one frame at a time, you can hold down Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac OS) to reload the text icon after you click or drag to create a frame.
2Styles save time by letting you keep a group of formatting attributes together that you can quickly apply to text. If you need to update the text, you don’t have to change each paragraph formatted with the style individually. Instead, you can simply modify the style.
3If you get a “Cannot find match” message, you may not have typed the text properly, you may have selected Whole Word or Case Sensitive, or you may not have cleared formatting used in a previous search. Another possibility is that you selected Story for Search while the text you’re looking for is in a different story. Finally, you may be searching for text that does not exist in your document.
4Before you check the spelling of your document, select any phrase from a different language and use the Character palette to specify the language for that text.

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