I do something similar, but use a single-cell table with a table title above
or below. That way I have more accurate control over the Gap, as well as
placing the title above or below.

-Matt

-----Original Message-----
From: framers-boun...@lists.frameusers.com
[mailto:framers-bounces at lists.frameusers.com] On Behalf Of Mike Wickham
Sent: Monday, October 27, 2008 8:12 PM
To: Linda G. Gallagher; 'Framer's List'
Subject: Re: Two-column layout and large graphics

> I'm not seeing a way to keep
> the caption paragraph with the anchored frame as it moves to the top or
> bottom of the page.

Create a two-cell table format and use it for captioned graphics. Assign 
your graphic anchor paragraph format to the top cell and your caption 
paragraph format to the bottom cell. Insert the table wherever you want a 
graphic. Then import the graphic into the top cell and the type the caption 
text into the bottom cell. They'll move together.

You can take it a step further with the Autotext plugin from Silicon Prairie

Software. It lets you create a text block that would also include the empty 
paragraph that holds the two-cell table. You can pop it all in with a menu 
click, instead of creating the table anchor paragraph and inserting the 
table separately.

Mike Wickham


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