When working on large documents, knowing how to use paragraph and character styles will be very important and come in handy.
One of the best ways to format text in a long document or a document that has repeating formats is to use paragraph or character styles. When we use styles we’re creating a style sheet that will be used to format text whenever that format has to be repeated. For example, to make sure body text and/or subheads are consistent throughout a document, we would style sheet. Using a style sheet will make it quick and easy to make universal changes formatting if you need to change some aspect of the formatting, like point size, font or font color.
To help refresh and clarify the demo we did in class, use the videos below.
Paragraph Styles in InDesign CC (includes drop caps also)
Character Styles in InDesign CC