I am trying to create a horizontal layout list of items for a promotional poster. It is much like a music festival line-up poster. After each list item I need a custom bullet or separator. After the last item on a line the separator needs to be skipped. This is true also for each item that stands alone on a line.
I know I could do this quite easily using each list-item as an individual object, but the list is ever changing and I’d just like to know if its possible.
This is an example of what Im asking that I mocked up in Photoshop.
Text, space, bullet, space – repeat.
Set the text justification to centered. And at times, you may want to use – text, space, space, bullet, space, space, repeat.
If you want to use a custom bullet image, size the custom image appropriately then copy it and then it would be — Text, space, paste, space, repeat.
You could also use tables in Indesign to get slightly better spacing. In this case you would use – Text, tab, bullet, tab, repeat. Then select the line of text and bullets and choose
Table > Convert Text to Table. You can then set the table width to match the column width you want and distribute columns evenly. At times, this assists in extending the spacing between the text and bullets for a more fluid look than if you were to insert a bunch of spaces before and after bullets.
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