>I'm replying as it was me who raised this point. To be honest, I
>didn't consider issues of 'better' or 'worse', but merely reacted to
>the proofreader's slight surprise that right-alignment was not used.
>Proofreader works on paper, knows nothing about FrameMaker, or even
>that it was used, but does have a sound sense of what is 'usual'.
I've heard that "usual" these days means not having a proofreader at
all, and probably not even an editor. Don't let yours escape<G>.