You’ve found the buttons to apply bullets and/or numbering to your lists in InDesign. But after they’re applied, you may be frustrated trying to control the position, style, color and start number of your list.
In this quick, to-the-point session, we’ll add custom bullets, make a character style to apply a color, and control the bullet distance from the text and the frame. Then, we’ll number paragraphs, control what the number looks like, and we’ll make awesome paragraph styles to apply a number “1” to the first paragraph then “2, 3, etc.” to the rest of the list in a couple clicks.
- Tricks and essential tips for applying bullets and numbering to all your lists
- Understand the new feature “Space Between Paragraphs using Same Style”
- Create a character style to color a bullet or change a font
- Number your figures or graphics with consecutively numbered captions