If you conditionalize the whole row, that row should disappear when you turn 
the condition off. The colored borders indicate that you've correctly 
conditionalized it (rather than just conditionalizing the text within the 

If that doesn't make sense, let me know.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Sam Beard" <>
To: <framers at>
Sent: Monday, July 09, 2007 12:39 PM
Subject: Conditional Text Question

Hello All,

   I have a document that uses conditional text to delineate between two
different versions of the same basic product. Before I started this,
there were two separate books for each manual, even though there is a
LOT of cross-over text between them that is the same. I combined them
into a single set of master files and am marking the conditional text,
hiding what I don't want to see, and saving the resulting file for the
two separate books. Now, I have three files for each chapter of the
book: Master, Version 1, and Version 2. All well and good. However, I
also have ALL of the text in all three files, albeit Version 1's text is
hidden in Version 2, and vice-versa. Is there a way to permanently
remove the text for Version 1 from Version 2, and vice-versa, while
maintaining the master file? One of the reasons I need to do this is to
remove the borders around cells in a table that are conditionalized.
Currently, there are large colored borders around any table cells that
are marked as conditional.

   I'm on Windows XP with Frame 7.2b144.

   Thanks much in advance!

Samuel I. Beard, Jr.

Technical Writer

OI Analytical

979 690-1711 Ext. 222

sbeard at


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