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predefined paragraph styles in tables

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Sep 27, 2023 Sep 27, 2023

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I am making a bunch of table designs but somehow  I have managed to predefine some of the paragraph styles in the tables with bullets.

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And now I can't remember how I manage predefined paragraph styles in tables, so I change the styles to work properly. Can anybody help?


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Community Expert , Sep 27, 2023 Sep 27, 2023

When you make a table format, FrameMaker uses the paragraph formats in the first row of each row type in the table (heading, body, and footing). To change it, insert a table, set each cell's paragraph format in the first row of each type in the table. Open the Table Designer, click in the table, and click Update Style.

 

Note that the default number of rows and columns and each column width for new tables of this format are stored also.

 

Also note that these "defaults" are not accessible via sc

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When you make a table format, FrameMaker uses the paragraph formats in the first row of each row type in the table (heading, body, and footing). To change it, insert a table, set each cell's paragraph format in the first row of each type in the table. Open the Table Designer, click in the table, and click Update Style.

 

Note that the default number of rows and columns and each column width for new tables of this format are stored also.

 

Also note that these "defaults" are not accessible via scripting for the FDK, but you can see them in the MIF file.

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Much better - now it works! Thank you for your quick help!


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