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Subject:RE: Character Format in Frame From:jwaddell <jwaddell -at- micron -dot- com> To:TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Tue, 17 Oct 2000 08:28:41 -0600
Joerg Lehr asks:
using a german FrameMaker release i don't know whether i will get
the specific terms correct. Anyway, here it goes:
When underlining raised characters (raised: as done for instance
with exponential numbers) how do i avoid the underlining of being
raised as well?
The only way I found to maintain an underline to the base word is to insert
the raised or superscript number in an shrink-wrapped equation. Insert the
equation and adjust for You can underline the whole word or phrase. Just
make certain that your equation font and size matches the rest of the text.
Perhaps you could insert a superscript character to assist in size and
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