Please look at the attached graphic of a set of instructions created with Indesign CS4. At the top (Under Step 1: Fill cartridge with toner) you can see the actual first step (which starts with the words "Make a hole". I need the two lines of that part of the instruction to be closer together ( adjust leading?)
Under Step 2: Empty the wastebin, there is a note. I need the two lines of the note to be closer together.
Under Step 3: Replace the Reset Chip, I need the spacing between the two lines to be the same as the spacing between the lines on steps 3 and 4.
Can you explain what I need to do differently in InDesign?
You need to create a paragraph style with the proper leading. I'm not really sure what else to tell you.
Do you not know where to set the leading?
InDesign has two different ways to control vertical spacing. Leading controls the spacing between the lines within a paragraph. Space before and after controls the spacing between the paragraphs. You will need to select those paragraphs and reduce the leading value in the Character view of the Control panel.
I was working with text boxes created by another individual. I think I must have been butting into text formatted with another method. When I started over and applied the paragraph styles as needed, everything worked beautifully. Thanks for your help