Forgive me if I sound ignorant - although being new to FM, the term is
applicable - if I make the Notes/Cautions/Warnings into a graphic, wouldn't
that imply that all contents of every Note (or Caution or Warning) would have
to be identical?
From: Gary Bankston [mailto:gbanks6...@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, June 16, 2009 7:18 PM
To: Alison Craig
Cc: framers at lists.frameusers.com
Subject: Re: Converting from Word to FM9: Tables in Tables??
Why not turn your table made Note/Caution/Warning into a graphic which will
easily scale into a table cell. Place it on the Reference page and call it up
just like a format.
Just a thought,
On Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 4:47 PM, Alison Craig <Alison.Craig at
ultrasonix.com<mailto:Alison.Craig at ultrasonix.com>> wrote:
My company is finally making the transition from MS Word 2003 to FM 9 for all
On the advice of a consultant, I've translated my Note/Caution/Warning style
into a table format as I was told this was the simplest way to duplicate my
Word format (a simple hanging indent paragraph with a border above and below to
demarcate the Note/Caution/Warning).
The problem is that I also have to use the Note/Caution/Warning style in table
cells and it seems that FM9 does not support tables in tables.
I'm not sure if this forum will support attachments, but just in case it does,
I've included a PDF of one of my simplest Word tables (2 columns only, with no
shading) that also contains Notes and a Warning.
If anyone can advise me of a (simple?) way to duplicate this within FM9, I'd be
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