Thanks to you and Stuart for your timely reminder of this feature!!

-----Original Message-----
>From: "Ridder, Fred" <fred.ridder at>
>Sent: Aug 3, 2006 1:54 PM
>To: Lorraine Kiewiet <lkiewiet at>, framers at 
>Subject: RE: Table cell / Paragraph format question
>What you want to do is specify the word "Warning" 
>as part of the paragraph format via the Numbering 
>properties. It's easy to forget that the Numbering 
>properties work just as well for automatically insuring 
>a text string as for actual numbering. To use the
>character formatting that you want for the "Warning" 
>word, you need to first define it as a named character 
>format (in the Paragraph Catalog), then you can 
>apply that format to whatever characters are inserted 
>as part of the Numbering properties.
>My opinions only; I don't speak for Intel.
>Fred Ridder (fred dot ridder at intel dot com)
>Parsippany, NJ
>-----Original Message-----
>From: at
>[ at] On
>Behalf Of Lorraine Kiewiet
>Sent: Thursday, August 03, 2006 4:42 PM
>To: framers at
>Subject: Table cell / Paragraph format question
>I'm using FM 7.2.  I'd like to set up a Table design with a (Dangerous
>Electric bolt) graphic in the left cell and the word "Warning" in the
>right cell. When I do this, I cannot enter text in the default font next
>to the word "Warning" (which I want in a sans-serif font, bold, and
>slightly larger than the default.)  Frame forces me to type under the
>word "Warning".
>For both cells, I'm using the paragraph Advanced "Frame Above Pgf"
>option to specify the Frame containing either the graphic, or the word
>"Warning" in the desired font, which are picked up from the Reference
>page.  This explains why I can't type IN the paragraphy with the word
>"Warning" but I cannot find any other option for inserting "Warning"
>automatically and then typing next to it. 
>I'd appreciate some help. Thanks!
>Lorraine Kiewiet\r\nTechnical Writing & Consulting\r\nOnline & Print

Lorraine Kiewiet\r\nTechnical Writing & Consulting\r\nOnline & Print 

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