Actually .. one way I've seen this done is to use a tab followed by a 
space (the space is important) at the end of your autonumber string, 
then change the tab position for that paragraph style to be the width of 
your text frame. This forces it to wrap with minimal problems.

...scott

Scott Prentice
Leximation, Inc.
www.leximation.com
+1.415.485.1892



Rick Quatro wrote:
> Hi Egwin,
>
> You can't use these building blocks in an autonumber to get the effect 
> that you want. You can use a bunch of spaces at the end of the 
> autonumber to force the text to the next line, but that may have 
> side-effects that you don't want. Or, you can use two separate 
> paragraphs.
>
> Rick Quatro
> Carmen Publishing
> 585-659-8267
> www.frameexpert.com
>
>
>> Hello Framers,
>>
>> I work with FrameMaker 7.0 on Windows XP platform.
>> In my document i would like to autonumber like this:
>>
>> 1.
>> xxx xxx xxxx xx xxxx
>>
>> 2.
>> xxx xxx xxxx xx xxxx
>>
>> My autonumber format contains "<n+>.", but how can i generate the line
>> break.
>> I tried \n and \r but that did not work.
>>
>> Can someone help..?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Egwin
>> _______________________________________________
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