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On Mon, 8 Jul 1996 16:50:47 -0400 Lisa Vant <lisa -at- SENTAI -dot- COM> wrote:
> I'm trying to create both buttons and text in the left margin,
> much like = the use of margin notes. The Word manual suggested
> using text boxes for = both, but when I did this, I couldn't
> update the graphic field if there = were changes and the text box
> didn't move with the regular text.
> I called Microsoft support and they suggested using anchored
> frames. My = new problem is the anchored frame pushes the normal
> text over if I try = to move it closer to the normal text. This
> may be because the anchored = frame can't be moved past the left
> margin (zero point) that I set for my = styles.
> Any suggestions?
I use 2 column tables without borders. That works fine and is much
easier to use. The only problem is that it slows down print-out.
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