Michael O'Neill wrote:
> Inserting a one-cell table with a gray background wherever this type
> content appears. Problem (which may have its own solution): The one
> cell table is essentially 1 row, and it doesn't appear that you can
> break a row across a page.
This is the best solution, IMHO. Define a borderless (or outside border
only, if you want one) table format with the shading you want. Define
(or pick) a pgf format set up so that its Table Cell settings will
produce the correct inter-paragraph spacing between cells. Then convert
the text to a one-column table with one pgf per cell. If you have long
pgfs that you want to split across pages, you'll need to manually break
them into two rows, but I'd recommend avoiding that.
Richard G. Combs
Senior Technical Writer
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