Adobe InDesign's Paragraph Palette
InDesign’s paragraph palette can be found by clicking “Window" in the menu bar, then “Type & Tables" and then “Paragraph" (alternatively press <ALT~ezentity_gt+ezentity_lt~CTRL>+T). The palette features three groups of formatting on the top line for alignment (left, center, and right), justification (all lines; last line left, center or right), and align towards spine or away from spine.
The next section is where the indent features are found: left indent, right indent, first line left indent, last line right indent. Settings are made using four combo boxes that can be used to increment or decrement indentations. Indents are used to format text. Left indents move text away from the left margin and right indents move the text away from the right margin. Right tab intents right align a line or selection of text with the right margin or indent.
Found below the indent features is another set of combo boxes that are used to insert a space before or after, and drop cap height and width. At the very bottom of the palette is a “Hyphenate" checkbox and align (or do not align) with the baseline grid. Other options can be selected by clicking on the icon in the upper right corner of the palette.
Right now we’re going to be looking at the Indent tools to set and remove a right indent.