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How to space heading on paragraphs

How to space heading on paragraphs

How to space heading on paragraphs

Hi, I am beginning to use baseline grid on my layups but find when I make a heading for a paragraph the spacing between the heading and paragraph start is either too small or too big and so I use something that doesnt align to grid as I see on various examples of print the spacing is just right. I have started to create the heading as paragraph text then apply a character style for font size and leading from the paragraph text so I have paragraphs with headings that are specificly spaced via character styles and can conveniently move the paragraphs with their headings as one object, also I can then just apply this style to all new paragraph headings, is this a good way of working, how do you usually deal with paragraph headings in terms of spacing from the text etc and moving the paragraphs around so the heading moves as well?
Many Thanks

RE: How to space heading on paragraphs

...you can use baseline shift to alter how headings work in relation to text...



RE: How to space heading on paragraphs

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RE: How to space heading on paragraphs

just seen this tutorial that was just what i needed, did a search for this kind of thing and couldn't initially find it on google, many thanks

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