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Jump to next page in primary text frame

New Here ,
Feb 21, 2024 Feb 21, 2024

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Hi, I need to easily move to the top of the frame on the next page when working on a document with a Primary Text Frame. Instead of hitting enter until I get to the next page, I know there's a shortcut for this. I've used it before, but it has left my brain and I cannot find it online anywhere. 

 

Similar to hitting command + return on Google docs or in Word. Does this shortcut exist? 

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Feb 21, 2024 Feb 21, 2024

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Hi @heatherr41656623:

 

You can use the Return key on numeric keypad to initiate a column break, or Fn+Enter/Return on laptop keyboard. Both are a shortcut for Insert > Insert Break Character > Column Break. In the pic, it's the one on the far right. The labels vary between Mac and Windows keyboards, but that's the one you're looking for.

keyboard mac.png

 

~Barb

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Feb 22, 2024 Feb 22, 2024

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Thank you!! That must have been the one combo I hadn't tried. 

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But it's kind of "local formatting" / "local override" that shouldn't be used in the InDesign - you should rather set it as ParaStyle's option.

 

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