- Creating Text Frames
- Typing Text
- Selecting Text
- Moving and Deleting Text
- Using the Character Palette
- Setting the Typeface and Point Size
- Styling Text
- Setting Line and Character Spacing
- Applying Text Distortions
- Setting the Language
- Applying Paragraph Formatting
- Setting Alignment and Indents
- Inserting a Manual Indent
- Setting Paragraph Effects
- Working with Hidden Characters
- Using the Glyphs Palette
- Working with Text Flow
- Setting Text Frame General Controls
- Using the Control Palette for Text
- Using Special Text Characters
Using the Character Palette
Character formatting refers to attributes that can be applied to a single character or glyph in a paragraph without applying that formatting to the entire paragraph. The Character palette controls character attributes.
To work with the Character palette:
- If the Character palette is not visible, choose Window > Type & Tables > Character or Type > Character. This opens the Character palette .
Click the Character palette tab to move it to the front of a set of nested palettes.
- Click the palette tab to reveal all the palette options.