Chapter 2: Working with Text and Text Frames
In This Chapter
Understanding text and frames in a publication
Adding and importing text
Exploring text frame options
Changing paragraph settings
Editing with text editors and spell checking
Working with tables
Creating and editing text on a path
Most of the documents you create contain text, so it’s important to know how to format, style, and control text in your layouts. Text is made up of characters, and the characters are styled in specific fonts. If you want to find out more about fonts and typefaces, check out Book I, Chapter 6.
This chapter explains how to create, edit, and style text by using InDesign. You get started by editing and manipulating text placed inside text frames — containers on the page that hold text content. The most ...