RE: Borders beneath Headings in Frame
In his Word document, he has created Auto Text he calls "dialog box
capture." He is much stronger than I in Word. Anyway, this Auto Text is a
defined table that you can insert into your document. The table has a screen
shot in it that you can replace with whatever one you need.
What might follow from the email you sent me on the Frame borders is that I
can create a style in Frame in the paragraph designer and set the parameters
of where I want that style to begin (left indent, and so forth). Could I
then create a table resembling the one my colleague created in Word and use
the advanced tab to have it display when I select the style I have named it,
such as "Dialog Box Capture?"
The one my colleague created in Word includes Table numbering.
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