You need to embed the character formats into the variable definition. For
<Emphasis>Text goes here<Default font>
It is good practice to include the Default font character format where you
want the formatting to end, this enables you to embed multiple formats
within a variable definition and keeps it from bleeding beyond the variable
and into the following text.
On Dec 10, 2007 10:00 AM, <Michael.Long at thomson.com> wrote:
> My partner is unable to figure out how enable character formatting in
> running heads through wither Running H/F 2 or a custom user variable.
> Specifically, in certain Heading 1s we use a homemade character
> consisting of capital R with a strikethrough bar across it. We also
> selectively italicize some letters, such as the "ax" in "ax User ID".
> The system variable H/F 2 does not pick up either one of them from an
> H1. Likewise, when a custom user variable containing the italic is used
> as running head, it loses the italic.
> Any suggestions about how to present these character formats in a
> running head?
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