Re: Help with FrameMaker

Subject: Re: Help with FrameMaker
From: "Tony G. Rocco" <trocco -at- NAVIS -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 15 Dec 1997 14:28:46 -0800

The only thing I can tell you, Beth, is that you can color table cells
(Table>Custom Ruling & Shading). So, if you want to put the text in
single-cell tables and color the table cells, you can do that. Otherwise, I
don't think there is a way. You can automate the process if you have a
macro program like QuicKeys.

- tgr

PS: You can try asking Adobe if they know something.

- tgr

At 2:39 PM -0600 12/15/97, Beth Friedman wrote:


>I've just been tossed in the deep end with FrameMaker 5.5 and
>Illustrator 7.0, and have spent the last couple of days getting up to
>speed on both programs. FrameMaker is very impressive to me (I'm an
>advanced Word user) because it has a number of features built in that
>I have to do unnatural things to make Word do -- most particularly
>involving sidehead text.
>
>Unfortunately, I've been totally stymied by one thing that I need to
>do in Frame that is trivial in Word, and I can't imagine that it was
>left out -- or was it?
>
>I need to set up a paragraph tag (or style) that has a colored
>background. At this point I don't care whether the text overprints or
>knocks out the background color, but I want the background color as
>part of the paragraph setup. Ideally, I'd like a gradated fill for
>the background, but I understand that's asking a lot. But there
>doesn't seem to be anything anywhere in the Frame documentation
>telling how to set up background color that's associated with text.
>Am I just missing it? I hope so.
>
>Thanks in advance for any help.
>
>*********************************************************************
>Beth Friedman bjf -at- wavefront -dot- com
>"Speak not to me of pasta Marinara.
>I know we laid in lots of boar last Tuesday.
>I am the king now, and I want a sandwich." -- John M. Ford
>

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