This is Part 9 of my “InDesign Beginner’s Cheat Sheet” series. You can follow the links at the bottom of this post to check out the whole series, from opening a file in InDesign to formatting.
In this post: Part 1 of some follow-up moves you can and should make in InDesign as you format your POD book interior.
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Creating Additional Styles for Chapter Titles and Numbers
Just like Word, InDesign works best if you create a style for each element you use often and apply that style consistently across chapters. So you need a style for whatever elements—for example, chapter names—that you plan to include.
Create these additional styles exactly as you created your original main body style.
- Select the text you want to style, for example a chapter title.
- Format it to look the way you want.
- Click “Create New…
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