Heading1 which spans 2 columns

2011-04-13 Thread Theresa de Valence
xp Frame 8 I have a book with some pages with 2 columns. I would like to have Heading1 span both columns (and force the text in column2 out of the way). Do I do this by using an anchored frame? What settings do I use? Many thanks, Theresa ___ You

integration with Robohelp - graphics question

2011-04-13 Thread meg miranda
We have a graphic that we would like to have resize with the size of the web page. (think corporate logo type graphic) Is it possible to have that happen with settings in the robohelp project? or do we have to hand edit the output files after they are completed? Notes on our environment:

RE: integration with Robohelp - graphics question

2011-04-13 Thread Jeff Coatsworth
Never tried it - but I know it has to be in an anchored frame to convert to RH. I don't know of any RH settings that affect sizing like that. Do a test page and try it out in a new project. From: framers-boun...@lists.frameusers.com

Re: Heading1 which spans 2 columns

2011-04-13 Thread Bill Swallow
Pagination section of Paragraph Designer... Across All Columns On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 10:31 PM, Theresa de Valence t...@bstw.com wrote: xp Frame 8 I have a book with some pages with 2 columns. I would like to have Heading1 span both columns (and force the text in column2 out of the way).

Re: Heading1 which spans 2 columns

2011-04-13 Thread Mike Wickham
I have a book with some pages with 2 columns. I would like to have Heading1 span both columns (and force the text in column2 out of the way). Do I do this by using an anchored frame? What settings do I use? In the Paragraph Designer, on the Pagination tab, choose either Across All Columns

Re: integration with Robohelp - graphics question

2011-04-13 Thread Neeraj Jain
You can straightaway resize in RH to make it fit with the Web page. RH also has a constrain proportions feature to keep height and width in balance. _ Man does not grow with age; he grows with experiences Regards, NJ http://www.neerajjain8.com

integration with Robohelp - graphics question

2011-04-13 Thread meg miranda
to ask this question. I still love webworks better, but at least now robohelp isn't the mystery it was. thanks all, meg -- next part -- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: <http://lists.frameusers.com/pipermail/framers/attachments/20110413/7cc791b5/attachment.html>

integration with Robohelp - graphics question

2011-04-13 Thread Jeff Coatsworth
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Heading1 which spans 2 columns

2011-04-13 Thread Bill Swallow
Pagination section of Paragraph Designer... "Across All Columns" On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 10:31 PM, Theresa de Valence wrote: > xp > Frame 8 > > I have a book with some pages with 2 columns. I would like to have Heading1 > span both columns (and force the text in column2 out of the way). > > Do I

Heading1 which spans 2 columns

2011-04-13 Thread Mike Wickham
> I have a book with some pages with 2 columns. I would like to have > Heading1 span both columns (and force the text in column2 out of the > way). > > Do I do this by using an anchored frame? What settings do I use? > In the Paragraph Designer, on the Pagination tab, choose either "Across All

integration with Robohelp - graphics question

2011-04-13 Thread Neeraj Jain
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2011-04-13 Thread Watkins, Alfred
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Heading1 which spans 2 columns

2011-04-13 Thread Roger Shuttleworth
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