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Arranging text like a spread sheet

Discussion in 'Flexi' started by VisualMediaSolutions, Apr 25, 2008.

  1. VisualMediaSolutions

    VisualMediaSolutions Member

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    I know it can be done but it's been so long since my flexi class that I just can't remember how to go about it. I'm trying to layout a menu board with (3) colums. How do I do this? Anyone?
     
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  2. TheSnowman

    TheSnowman Major Contributor

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    1.) Close Flexi
    2.) Open InDesign
    3.) Set it up
    4.) Enter Info
     
  3. Mjozzie

    Mjozzie Member

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    Ditto
     
  4. Sign to Go

    Sign to Go Member

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    IN FLEXI

    Open New Document

    Edit>insert new object>create new>

    pick application

    ok



    Jim
     
  5. VisualMediaSolutions

    VisualMediaSolutions Member

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    Thank You
     
  6. Matthew Scher

    Matthew Scher Member

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    The simpliest way is to make each column as a separate block of text, then to align them use Arrange>Align>Text Baselines, and they will appear as one big table.

    You can also use tab to go column by column.
     
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