This is also true in Structured Frame, only there you should select the the
element the text is contained within.
> On Nov 8, 2014, at 15:58, Yvonne DeGraw <ydeg...@ydegraw.com> wrote:
> In Frame, choose View > Text Symbols. That lets you see the paragraph marks
> at the end of your paragraphs and list items. It sounds like you are
> conditionalizing the text but not the end of paragraph characters. The ones
> you didn't conditionalize will show up as black even when your
> conditionalized text is colored.
> I generally edit with Text Symbols showing almost all the time in both Frame
> and Word.
>> Does anyone have a list of rules of thumb when using conditional text ? I
>> When I mark the text the results that I get when I turn the conditions on or
>> off are inconsistent. For example if I have a bulleted list and I only want
>> certain bullets to appear under certain conditions when I hide the condition
>> the bullet remains (i.e., I am left with a bullet and no text) when I want
>> both the text and the bullet to be removed if the bulleted item is not
>> supposed to show up. Another such occurrence is if I select a paragraph
>> that is conditional and I hide the condition the paragraph is removed but
>> the spacing between the preceding and following paragraphs is not adjusted
> Yvonne DeGraw
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