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Wie formatiere ich Absätze verknüpfter Textfelder einzeln?

Community Beginner ,
Dec 27, 2023 Dec 27, 2023

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Hallo, 

 

Ich layoute aktuell ein Magazin, welches für den kompletten Fließtext verknüpfte Textfelder verwendet. Nun möchte ich bei jedem Absatz einen Einzug in der ersten Zeile und einige andere Einstellungen vornehmen. Die Einstellung wird nun jedoch immer dem ersten Textfeld, bzw. jedem Textfeld zugewiesen. Wie kann ich hier die Textfelder differenzieren, so dass Einstellungen nur auf einzelne Felder angewendet werden?  

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Community Expert , Dec 27, 2023 Dec 27, 2023

I don't know your language so this may be a translation issue: If you want to choose which paragraphs will apply a first line indent, and which do not have a first line indent, you can create two paragraph styles—one for the first instance, one for the second. Manually choose the condition by applying the appropriate paragraph style.

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Community Expert , Dec 27, 2023 Dec 27, 2023

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It is possible that you are using the Selection tool to select the textframe and then applying the paragraph style to the text frame. Instead, use the Type tool to insert into the text (one click or up to 4 clicks) to apply the two different paragraph styles (first does not indent; second does indent for following paragraphs) to the different paragraphs in your linked text flow.

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I don't know your language so this may be a translation issue: If you want to choose which paragraphs will apply a first line indent, and which do not have a first line indent, you can create two paragraph styles—one for the first instance, one for the second. Manually choose the condition by applying the appropriate paragraph style.

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Community Beginner ,
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Hey, thanks for your answer!

Thats exactly what i am talking about.
Its for a magazine and every text box for the main text across the whole thing is connected. The text is placed in the first text box. (i dont know how its called in english exactly) When i set a paragraph style it automatically sets it for every text box cause they are all connected and when i change the first line indent it only sets it for the very first box because it is basically just one text. Its probably a very simple solution but i am completely stuck. I really appreciate the help


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It is possible that you are using the Selection tool to select the textframe and then applying the paragraph style to the text frame. Instead, use the Type tool to insert into the text (one click or up to 4 clicks) to apply the two different paragraph styles (first does not indent; second does indent for following paragraphs) to the different paragraphs in your linked text flow.

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