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(OP)
I'm using InDesign CS4 and for some reason the buttons for the font size has greyed out but I can change to predefined font sizes. I using windows vista if that matters at all.

RE: Font Size Arrows Greyed Out


...if adobe apps display odd behaviour, try restoring your preference files, they are recreated during relaunch:

Start InDesign, and then press Shift+Ctrl+Alt. Click Yes when asked if you want to delete preference files.

 

Andrew
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www.apepp.info - Graphic Design and Web Design, Exeter, Devon, UK.
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RE: Font Size Arrows Greyed Out

(OP)
Thanks, that's what I did and it did clear the preferences. I will say it was nice resetting the preferences as there were some I forgot that existed the last time I loaded InDesign on my computer.

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