RE: Re(2): Side-heads in Word?

Subject: RE: Re(2): Side-heads in Word?
From: "Jonathan West" <jwest -at- mvps -dot- org>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Sat, 13 Jul 2002 16:13:58 +0100

> Don writes:
> > Word does some things well; others, it either doesn't
> > do or doesn't do them well. After all, it's not really
> > a DTP application, is it?
> Back 1986 or so, I was using Word 2 for Macintosh.
> Being a side head was just an attribute of a paragraph,
> specifiable like any other attribute. I can't imagine
> what kept Microsoft from retaining the feature... maybe
> they couldn't get it right on Windows?

It is still there. It is called a frame, and frames can still be specified
as part of a style definition.


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