I don't believe there is any way of selecting multiple tab stops at the same time.
However, you might try this:
When you select one tab stop, the current location appears in the X field. You can place "+ n" after the current position, which is the number of mm. you want to move that tab, then press Return/Enter. Repeat for each of the tabs. That way, they will all move exactly the same amount.
Are you using a paragraph style? You would still need to set them one at a time, but at least it would cary over to all paragraphs using that style.
Yes, that's what I did. I typed +n for each tab. But I think it's the only way to do it.
Once you've done it once, it can be included in a paragraph style so you don't have to do it again, as Peter pointed out.
Wouldn't a table be easier?
Table with transparency table lines or in white colour?
What exactly do you mean by "transparency table lines"?
If you want no borders around the table cells you could define the stroke weight for the whole table to "0".
For your empty column you'll need an extra tab:
1. Insert an extra tab to get an empty column between "F" and "N"
2. Then convert text to table
3. Now all table columns are even. Change the column width of all columns to the width of the needed width for your text columns. Change the width of the empty column(s) to three times of that width, format the text of your columns.
4. Set the stroke weight of the whole table to "0"
Planning ahead and using a destinct table style and individual cell styles could be an advantage ;-)
To get the column width right you need some calculations.
An empty column is three times the width of an individual column of regular text.
To get the extra tab you could use a GREP search/replace on your text before converting the text to table:
The round dot in the search represents your round dot in your example.
I cannot tell, but maybe it's a different character. Just change it by copy/paste to the GREP search field.
Hey, that was very smart. Use a TABLE instead of TABS.
Thakn you foru your great examples of this! Reallly, thanks!
But MOST IMPORTANT was that function: "Then convert text to table"
We can convert text with tabs to table!