Or you can use one header text frame and put a two-column table in it for
more design flexibility:

   - You can play with ruling and shading, for example to place your
   headers/footers on a colored background.
   - You can control the distance between both columns by playing with
   the default cell margins.
   - You can align your text vertically in the table cell.
   - Your table cells will expand automatically as your header/footer
   text becomes longer.

Kind regards

Yves Barbion
Documentation Architect
Adobe-Certified FrameMaker Instructor

On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 6:20 PM, Lester C. Smalley <lsmalley at infocon.com>

> Another trick is to make TWO header text frames - one on each side of
> the master page (tall enough for two lines of text), and two header
> paragraph format Header Left and Header Right, so I can independently
> set font properties, justification, spacing, etc. for the different
> pieces of data I'm pulling in from the text.  You can even control the
> 'gutter' space between the two by sizing them appropriately.
> Makes it much easier to have truly Left and Right justified content
> automatically instead of fussing around with tab stops or indents.

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