Re: What is "run-in" style

Subject: Re: What is "run-in" style
From: Gary Schnabl <gSchnabl -at- LivernoisYards -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2011 16:15:08 -0500

On 1/6/2011 12:49 PM, Robart, Kay wrote:
> They are probably referring to run-in headings. Those are headings that
> start at the beginning of a paragraph, are sometimes all caps, are
> usually bolded, and end with a period, like this (except I can't bold):
>
> My Run-in Heading. A run-in heading starts at the beginning of a
> paragraph . . .

It would be more helpful if the context of this directive was known.

Be advised if run-in subheads are to be used that some office-suite
software packages cannot properly do the run-in subheads without
employing kludges. Adobe InDesign or FrameMaker can easily do them, though.

Gary
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References:
New doc group: FrameMaker or Flare?: From: Mary Moore
RE: New doc group: FrameMaker or Flare?: From: Veronica Kutt
What is "run-in" style: From: Deborah Hemstreet
RE: What is "run-in" style: From: Robart, Kay

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