Rick Quatro wrote:
> Hello All,
> I don't know if I am remembering correctly, but I seem to recall in an 
> early version of FrameMaker, there was an example of using PostScript 
> code to angle table cells at a non-standard angle. It was probably 
> done with PostScript text frames. If anybody remembers any details or 
> has any information about doing this, please let me know. Thanks.
Hi, Rick:

I seem to remember .ps examples, too. I think one was for transitions 
that would happen in PDFs. I also seem to remember a sample, either .ps 
or MIF, that made a pie chart.

Have you tried creating what you need in a FrameMaker file, then 
printing to .ps and also to MIF to see how it's exported?

Since FrameMaker table cells only rotate in 90? increments, solutions 
are probably something like:

* an angled text line or text frame in an anchored frame in a cell

* carefully sized imported graphic or graphics in single or straddled 
heading/footing cells


Peter Gold
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