Steve Rickaby wrote:

> At 17:24 -0500 6/8/07, Peter Gold wrote:
>> It  is perhaps a little easier to size and position a text line
>> inside an "inline" anchored frame, than a text frame. You can create
>> the text with the text line tool (the "A" tool on the Graphics tool
>> panel), and drag or paste it inside an anchored frame that's set to
>> "at insertion point" and has been shrunk with the keystroke sequence
>> Escape m p (tap each key, lower case required).
> Peter is right. All you lose by this is the ability to apply
> para and char tags to the framed word. Your application will
> determine how important this is for you.

Actually, you lose more. 
1. words in text lines are ignored during a spell check. 
2. this method screws up translation, especially when you use CAT.
Instead of one sentence, the CAT will see two sentences and one word,
with no apparent connection between the three. 
3. If you ever change your template, you're screwed: all those words in
text lines will have to be manually reformatted. 

Harro de Jong

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