Thanks to Stuart and to Richard Combs, who contact me off-list with a slightly different method, which worked. I thought I had tried cutting and pasting the graphic frame into an anchored frame, but I must have skipped something, because it didn't work until I got the help.
Bob "Love people. Use things. Not vice-versa." -- Kelly Rothaus > -----Original Message----- > From: Stuart Rogers [mailto:srogers at phoenix-geophysics.com] > Sent: Wednesday, January 24, 2007 2:33 PM > To: Robert Shelton > Cc: framers at lists.frameusers.com > Subject: Re: Place graphics frame in anchored frame? > > > Robert Shelton wrote: > > Frame 7.0 on Windows 2000 > > > > I'm working with an inherited document. It has a graphics frame, > > which I would like to either convert to an anchored frame > or place in > > an anchored frame so it will flow correctly with the text around it. > > I can't find any way to do this. What am I missing? > > > > In case it matters, the graphics frame is a flow chart, so it > > contains several drawing objects and several text frames. > > > > Thanks for your help. > > > > One way: > > 1. In your text, insert an anchored frame (of any size). > > 2. With View > Borders turned on, select your graphic frame > and drag it > by one edge into your anchored frame. > > 3. Resize your anchored frame (Esc m p). > > 'Nother way: > > 1. In your text, insert an anchored frame (of any size). > > 2. Select your graphic frame and Select All (Ctrl-A in Windows). > > 3. Cut the selection. > > 4. Select your anchored frame. > > 5. Paste the selection. > > 6. Resize as above. >