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Subject:Re: Graphics in a MS Word Style? From:Karla Leighton <Karla -dot- Leighton -at- AUTODESK -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 12 Mar 1998 12:51:34 -0500
You can use the bullets/numbering command to create a "bulleted" style that
uses a symbol instead of a bullet. However, I think you are limited to
using the symbols in the symbol palette.
Select Format >> Bullets and Numbering.
Click Bullet to display the Symbol palette.
Select the symbol you want to use.
Like with some of the other symbols in the symbol palette, this might not
translate well to online help. You'll have to test it on different
operating systems to make sure it shows up.
At 09:07 AM 3/12/98 PST, KevinX Feeman wrote:
>Does anyone know if it possible to add a graphic into a style in
>Microsoft word. For example: I want to put a hand symbol depicting
>caution in a caution style tag. Any ideas?