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Review questions

1How do you view a baseline grid?
2When and where do you use a flush space?
3How do you apply a gradient to only a few words or characters in a paragraph?
4What is the difference between the paragraph composer and the single-line composer?

Review answers

1To view a baseline grid, choose View > Grids & Guides > Show Baseline Grid. The current document view must be at or above the View Threshold set in the Baseline Grid preferences. By default, that value is 75%.
2You use a flush space on justified text. For example, if used with a special character or decorative font at the end of a paragraph, it absorbs any extra space in the last line.
3To apply a gradient to a specific range of characters, you first select the text with the Type tool. Next, you apply the gradient to the text. If the entire range of colors does not appear, select the Gradient tool and drag from one end of the selected text to the other in the direction you want the gradient to flow.
4The paragraph composer evaluates multiple lines at once when determining the best possible line breaks. The single-line composer looks at only one line at a time when determining line breaks.


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