I do something like what you described in my docs by creating a
four-cell table for the warning message.
The top left cell has an an imported graphic with the anchored frame set
to Run Into Paragraph.
The top and bottom left cells are straddled.
The top right cell holds the heading (level of warning), centered in
The bottom right cell holds the content in regular, left-aligned text.
I apply custom rules to the bottom right (text) cell.
The ruling you mentioned is applied in the Table Designer, Ruling tab,
Outside Ruling box.
I have these little tables already made up, so I can paste a warning
into the text flow where I want it, then I add the appropriate text for
The tables anchor to the paragraph above.
Promise Technology, Inc.
danield at promise.com
[mailto:framers-bounces+danield=promise.com at lists.frameusers.com] On
Behalf Of Knox Drew-KFP368
Sent: Wednesday, February 07, 2007 8:41 AM
To: framers at lists.frameusers.com
Subject: Need help building a para Warning tag
How do I build a paragraph tag that has the title "Warning," room for a
para below, a graphic to the left vertically centered, and all of that
bound by a filled rectangle?
I put the word "Warning" into Numbering in the Paragraph Designer but
can't recall how to include a return for the warning text nor how to
include the warning graphic.
I'm also stuck in properly referencing the bounding box. I built a
filled rectangle on the Reference page but that comes in either above or
below the word "Warning" instead of enclosing it.
in way too cold Horsham, PA
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