Hi Richard -

The route you suggest is probably what we'll end up going with but we 
wanted to explore this other alternative because it's less work when 
upgrading existing docs to the new templates.

Thanks -

Pat

On Nov 17, 2006, at 7:16 AM, Combs, Richard wrote:
>>
>
> You're right, when you straddle two cells, if one contains an empty 
> pgf,
> that pgf disappears. But you don't need three pgfs, just two. Why do 
> you
> want to make the "Caution" pgf a run-in head?
>
> Let's say your current third cell contains a CautionText pgf. Redefine
> it to have "Caution" as the autonumber (apply a char tag to the
> autonumber so the word "Caution" looks the way you want it). You don't
> need an empty run-in CautionHead pgf to do something that the 
> autonumber
> property of the following pgf can do.
>
> HTH!
> Richard
>
>
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