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> My current documentation template is in Frame. I use Frame's side-head
> feature to place captions in the left margin (information mapping style).
> I need to create a similar template in MS Word. Previously, I have had to
> use invisible tables in order to imitate the look I am able to do
> in Frame.
> I don't want to use tables this time around. It created a lot of
> that I want to avoid. So I'm hoping that Word 2000 has a side-head
You can use text boxes or frames for this. I would recommend that you use a
frame, because you can define a frame as part of a style, so if you apply
the style to a paragraph, it is automatically placed in the frame.
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