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Using the Story Editor

When InDesign was first released, it quickly became obvious that as a page layout program, this was a step up from PageMaker. And lots of people jumped over to gain more control and more creativity for their documents. But one of the most common complaints heard was the lack of a Story Editor. Adobe corrected that oversight in the first version of InDesign CS.

The Story Editor is the word processor that lives within InDesign. It can help you see your text a little more clearly, especially if you are working with a decorative font or are trying to view type's effect on the entire page as opposed to being zoomed in on your copy only. It also enables you to see everything you are typing in a single font and size (selected through InDesign's Preferences window) without having to view formatting.


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