Lines in forms (InDesign)

A quick way to add lines in simple forms (aimed to be printed) is to use Character styles that are applied to paragraph styles. Aligning tabs to fit nicely in the text box will result in a clean layout.

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  1. Hmm, I just realized that to be more precise, one should also add two more tabs in the middle (after tab 1 and before tab 2) – to this little space no character styles should be applied, which would create a needed gap for the “two column” lines. Obviously it works without it as well, but I think it will be better in case design has to be later adjusted… :)

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