Re: Attaching a graphic to a format in Word?

Subject: Re: Attaching a graphic to a format in Word?
From: "Susan W Gallagher" <susanwg -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: "Tammy Van Boening" <Tammy -dot- VanBoening -at- healthlanguage -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 13:43:16 -0700

If you absolutely positively must use the graphic instead of just a rule,
set up the paragraph the way you want it to look, and then save it as
autotext. It will take a few more keystrokes to call into the document than
it would to just format a paragraph as H1, but it will serve your purpose.

To save a paragraph to autotext, highlight it, select Insert > Autotext >
New, and give it a name. If the name you give it is more than 5 characters
(or so) long, Word will suggest the entry after you've typed the first 4 (or
so) letters and you can hit Enter to recall the entry. If you give it a
shorter name (like H1, for example) type the whole name and then hit F3 to
call the text into the doc.

-Sue Gallagher


On 5/29/08, Tammy Van Boening <Tammy -dot- VanBoening -at- healthlanguage -dot- com> wrote:
>
>
>
> I actually want to use the same Heading1Line graphic in my Word
> document. Every time I enter a Heading1, I want the graphic to appear
> like it does in FM. How do I do that? It can't be in my Header or Footer
> as it needs to be in the body of the document, and I can't recreate the
> line using the Borders and Shading Option.
>
> -____________________________________________________________
> Oops, Freudian slip - I am having to set up, not heaving, but that being
> said. . . This is causing me to heave!
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> For all of us Frame users out there who must suffer through Word every
> now and then (and for all you Word gurus and guruesses, whom I admire
> heavily for keeping your sanity) - in Framemaker, we can permanently
> have a graphic placed on a page every time we use a particular paragraph
> style. For example, every time I use the Heading1 style in my templates,
> I have a graphic called Heading1Line that is always placed beneath the
> text of the tag (through the Advanced Paragraph Properties/Reference
> page function in FM.) Is there a way to do this in Word?
>
> I am heaving to set up a Word template for some of my professional
> services folks that mimics our FM templates and I am stymied as how to
> accomplish this in Word.
>
> TIA,
>
> TVB
>
> Tammy Van Boening
> Health Language, Inc.
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