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What you want to do is not coming through clearly at all. If, however,
you're talking about a procedural document that contains HTML code in it,
such as an example, and you want to annotate that HTML code, you could
insert a horizontal line below the code and in reduced type, insert your
notes. If this is a one-of-a-kind snippet and you won't have lots of them,
you could consider putting a box around it, which would eliminate the need
for a line. I've never seen that done, though, in any of the computer books
I've edited. Any reference to the code, explanation, what have you, is done
in the next paragraph.
> On Behalf Of Jeff Scattini
> Sent: Monday, March 27, 2006 7:48 PM
> To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
> Subject: Annotating HTML - Edit
> Ooops, sorry, I forgot to mention that I need to annotate the
> code in a
> procedural document, so I can't annotate the code itself, as Barry
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