The issue I see is does the resulting structure still validate?

If you have control over the DTD/Schema, you can resolve that problem by
modifying the structural definition; if not you will have to do some
very fancy translation on export (or import), or leave figures as
non-table objects. 

On the whole, I very much like having figures in tables because of the
noted capabilities - automatic captioning, ability to trivially create a
ruling box, and placement flexibility except for in-line with other
text.

On Wednesday, June 11, 2008 10:32, Milan Davidovic wrote:

| On Wed, Jun 11, 2008 at 10:25 AM, Jerilynne Knight
<jerilynne.knight at gmail.com>
| wrote:
|
| > I create a table format specifically to hold graphics.
| 
| Is this in structured or unstructured Frame? If the latter, can anyone
| see a problem with doing it in the former?
| 
| --
| Milan Davidovic
| http://altmilan.blogspot.com

- Lester 
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