Make the 60 a two-character two-line drop cap and put a forced line break between the % and the word OFF to move it to the second line.
Thanks Peter, I will look into your solution and see if I can apply it to my documents. The workflow for my InDesign documents starts with a load of an XML file into a blank InDesign file. The XML is tagged to match up with Paragraph Styles on the blank InDesign document. I'll need to see if I can adjust the paragraph style for drop caps. I was thinking (hoping really) I was missing a simple adjustment on the existing Paragraph Style vs making a new one. Thanks again for the help.
The number is different, but for the rest this is a duplicate of
https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1802797. Lots of good tips in there, including one using IndyFont Pro (see also
Thanks jongware - I went looking for that thread before posting - not sure how I missed it under my adobe profile. I went through the paragraph styles and character styles again, and determined that the paragraph style had too much tracking (user error on my part). When the tracking value was corrected, the percent symbol and the word "off" were able to be aligned.
I did download the trial version of IndyFont 1.1, and will test it as a solution for stacked text using your video example. My only reservation is that I am not a standalone user. I would have to make sure 30 other users are current with the IndyFont created fonts, too. Thanks again.