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derlange 58

Headline over 2 Columns

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10 minutes ago, derlange 58 said:

 Goog evening. How can i  create a Headline over 2 Columns, in one Textframe. Thx

Hi @derlange 58,

column span is currently not available. The only work around I know is to create the headline as a seperate artistic text and assign it Text Wrap 'Jump'.

This is a poor workaround because the headline does not flow with the text.

d.


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Very important feature, +1 for it to be implemented!

There are many situations in which it is necessary to split part of a text frame into 2 columns, or to span a 2 column layout periodically with a single heading.

Both are needed

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