InDesign How-To: Build an Org Chart From a List (Video Tutorial)

In this InDesign “Three Minutes Max” video, Julie Shaffer shows how to quickly create an org chart using a list of information. She explains how to use the hidden Gridify feature to create linked text frames, then explains how using the Next Style function styles all the text in the chart with one click.

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►This video is sponsored by FontLab
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