Hi, Gillian:

At 5:34 PM -0700 4/26/06, Gillian Flato wrote:
>I have a running header that reads a head2 and places it in the margin.
>Some headers are longer than others and the header is right-aligned. Is
>there anyway to make the running header a growing header, meaning, if
>the header its reading is long, it moves the header over to the left to
>allot space for it? Right now, it just cuts off the text if there isn't
>enough room.

It's a little hard to visualize from your description. When you say 
"in the margin," do you mean the top margin, where headers usually 
are placed, or the side margin, where headers sometimes are placed to 
suit specific layout requirements?

For the top margin case, you could change the line from "Jaws" after 
the shark ate the stern, from  "We're going to need a bigger boat," 
to "We're going to need a bigger text header frame on the master 

The text is overflowing its text frame. Depending on your needs and 
preferences, you could either make the text frame wider, to keep the 
long heading on one line, or you could make it taller, to allow the 
line to wrap. Perhaps both?


Peter Gold
KnowHow ProServices

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