I am having to replace text in a document created by an outside agency. I am using ID CS5. I have encountered a text box that has double lines around it when selected. What does that mean? There are no tabs, the text is set to align left and nothing shows up as far as styles. It is more a curiosity than a problem. It's just something I have not come across before. I will probably just create another text box to paste the text into but I would still like to know what it means. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Probably a frame inset setting. Right click and choose text frame options.
that is what it was. I have never used the frame inset before. Now I just
need to figure how they got the text to align the way they did without
using tabs etc..
I will just create a text box the size I need and force it to align the way
I need it. On a unrelated note, what is the policy about including images
questions in the forums? I had thought to include an image of what I was
trying to explain. Thanks again for the info.
You can include a screenshot by using the little camera icon.