If you mean frame, then maybe…what version of InDesign are you using?
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You don't mention your version, but in CS5 or CS5.5, this will get you close: http://help.adobe.com/en_US/indesign/cs/using/WS8c5bc4f64c7a4a3d-529907f712dbcd5a3af-8000. html
Thanks peter, i am using CS5.5 it helps a lot, but... i need to use a different font in textfield 2 then in textfield 1 and is there a way to update it automaticly ?
But so far this alone saves me a lot of time !
This is not a feature I've used myself, but I think it's safe to say that there is no automatic update, and styling is going to be a manual operation.
The other possibility might be to use a variable. You should read about them in the help, too. If the entries are short enough to ALWAYS fit on a single line this might work better. A varaible should update on its own, and you can style the text any way you like without affecting the content in other ways. The downside is that a variable is a single character, as far as formatting and layout are concerned, so if the text gets too long it squezzes in on itself, and you can only have one format for all the text included in the variable.
I have a question , i have a text-field ( 1 ) what i type there i want to automaticly to displayed in another text-field ( 2 ).
Is this possible?
Thanks in advance,
Have you tried a cross-reference?
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