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hey all,

just wanted to know if there was a way to evenly space out multiple tabs in InDesign CS? thanks in advance.

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erm, I have never tried that

to be honest, I tend to use tables for their flexibility, you can have a table inline with the text and make the columns even

hang-on I found this

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Repeating a Tab Stop

If you want to create a series of tab stops that are a specific distance apart, you can use the Repeat command in the Tabs palette menu. For example, if you have a tab stop at .75 inches and you'd like another one at 1.5 inches, select the tab stop and .75 and choose Repeat. The alignment and any leader characters are copied as well.
from http://www.adobepress.com/articles/a...3800&seqNum=10
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word, thanks a bunch. i'm just starting to figure out tables, but i'm in a time crunch and don't have time to fiddle with them. thanks again.

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