Automating table column width changes

2014-07-25 Thread Fei Min Lorente
I'm converting the style of my documentation set (about 100 manuals), and that means the column width of some single-cell tables ought to change. They have unique and consistent table styles (there's 3 types of them), and they all have to be set to the same width. I've changed the table width

Keyboard shortcut to move into next footnote text flow?

2014-07-25 Thread Harding, Dan
My apologies if I’m using incorrect terminology. When I start a chapter via importing from Word, there’s a fair amount of cleanup work I have to do re: footnotes. If my cursor is in a footnote and I want to jump to the next footnote (not to the footnote’s position in the main text, but into

Re: Keyboard shortcut to move into next footnote text flow?

2014-07-25 Thread Lin Sims
There is no keyboard shortcut to jump from one footnote flow to the next. Maybe an Extendscript could save you some keystrokes? On Fri, Jul 25, 2014 at 1:47 PM, Harding, Dan dhard...@illinois.edu wrote: My apologies if I’m using incorrect terminology. When I start a chapter via importing

Re: Automating table column width changes

2014-07-25 Thread Lin Sims
Use Rick Quattro's TableCleaner plugin. If the tables are consistently tagged and all of them have to be the same sizes, you can use its Resize All Table Columns function. It's a life saver. On Fri, Jul 25, 2014 at 11:03 AM, Fei Min Lorente feimin.lore...@onsemi.com wrote: I’m converting

RE: Keyboard shortcut to move into next footnote text flow?

2014-07-25 Thread Fred Ridder
I'm sorry that I cannot contribute to the specific query, but I feel I have to point out that there are very few keyboard shortcuts in FrameMaker that do not require multiple keystrokes. The average seems to be about 3.5 to 4 keystrokes. -Fred Ridder From: dhard...@illinois.edu To: