Hi Steve, Have you considered applying a unique tag to the anchor para, mapping it to a css style?
I'm not a css code jockey, but you should then be able to override the placement inherited from FM I'm out of the office right now, so email & cell phone (714 585 2335) are the best ways to get in touch with me today. -Matt -----Original Message----- From: Stan Burnett <st...@xmission.com> Subj: Template question, FrameMaker to RoboHelp HTML Date: Tue Jun 17, 2008 3:35 pm Size: 1K To: framers at lists.frameusers.com I'm new. This is my first post. I've cross posted. Please excuse my directness, I'm under the gun... FrameMaker 8.0 and RoboHelp 7 HTML as part of the Technical Communication Suite. I have a FrameMaker book that uses a template designed for publishing to PDF. I am trying to create a new template to reformat the content for importing the entire book (.book file) into a RoboHelp HTML WebHelp project. My only problem is with anchored frames and the graphics. In the template designed for "Publish as PDF," all of the anchored frames are aligned as "Center" and extend to both margins. The Inside and Outside margins are set to 48. Some of the graphics are "Offset From Left" = 114.0 pt (This makes them flush with the Body paragraph tag). Others are "Offset From Left" = 130.0 pt (this makes them flush with the "indented body" paragraph tag). I've created a new template where the Body paragraph tag is set to 0.0 pt. And the "indented body" paragraph tag is set to 16.0 pt. When I import the FrameMaker book into RoboHelp (after applying the new template), everything else looks fine, but all graphics are hard set (Offset From Left) to 114pt and 130pt. (And this looks bad.) I want to format the anchored frames and graphics in each template so that when the "Publish to PDF" template is applied, the graphics are flush with the 114pt Body paragraph....And when the "Import to RoboHelp WebHelp" template is applied, the graphics are flush with the 0.0 pt Body paragraph. Paragraphs are easy to manipulate in a template. But I can find no way to manipulate anchored frames or graphics. Any ideas? Thanks! Stan Portland, OR _______________________________________________ You are currently subscribed to Framers as matt at grafixtraining.com. --- message truncated ---