Hi, fellow Framers - I am working on cleaning up our EDD for our manuals, Frame 11. We have 3 types of alerts (note, caution, warning) that pretty much follow the same rules, so are set up the same as much as possible. I have the caution and warning doing exactly what I need them to do with Autonumber Format as "Caution:" or "Warning:" and the Character Format as "Bold Underline." Since I am trying to match (where possible) our Arbortext DTD and styles, I need the "Note:" to be just Bold.
However, the bold is not showing up. I can change it to everything else, including Bold DoubleUnderline or Blue, and it displays as prescribed. Just not plain bold. Spacing all works, nesting/indenting works fine. What can I be missing? Also, if you are good at table format structuring and are willing to answer questions, I am having trouble with those. Right now those are still just done in my template through table designer with only the very basic set up in the EDD. Thanks for any advice anyone can give on this! Kristy Kristy Nolan Manager Flight Ops Publications Central Publications Southwest Airlines 214.792.6142 ******* CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE ******* This e-mail message and all attachments transmitted with it may contain legally privileged and confidential information intended solely for the use of the addressee. If the reader of this message is not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any reading, dissemination, distribution, copying, or other use of this message or its attachments is strictly prohibited. If you have received this message in error, please notify the sender immediately and delete this message from your system. Thank you.
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