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Aligning the graphics in structured framemaker

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Hi All,

I am new to structured framemaker and using Adobe Framemaker 7.1 and 10.

DTD:

<!ELEMENT book (graphic)*>

<!ELEMENT graphic EMPTY>

<!ATTLIST graphic

    format CDATA #IMPLIED

    entity CDATA #IMPLIED

    xoffset CDATA #IMPLIED

    yoffset CDATA #IMPLIED

    position CDATA #IMPLIED

    align CDATA #IMPLIED

    width CDATA #IMPLIED

    height CDATA #IMPLIED

  >

RWR:

element "graphic"

{

is fm graphic element "Graphic";

fm property import by reference or copy value is "ref";

attribute "xoffset" is fm property horizontal offset;

attribute "yoffset" is fm property vertical offset;

attribute "position"

{

is fm property position;

value "below" is fm value "below";

}

attribute "align"

{

is fm property alignment;

value "left" is fm property value align left;

value "right" is fm property value align right;

value "middle" is fm property value align center;

is fm attribute;

}

attribute "width" is fm property width;

attribute "height" is fm property height;

}

XML:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<!DOCTYPE book SYSTEM "center.dtd" [

<!NOTATION jpg SYSTEM "">

<!ENTITY A1234 SYSTEM "1234.jpg" NDATA jpg>

]>

<book>

    <graphic format = "JPG" entity = "A1234" xoffset = "0.197in" yoffset = "0.394in" position = "below" align = "middle" width = "6.870in" height = "8.341in"/>

</book>

Output I got:

Output I desired:

I want the graphic to be aligned in "T/B Centers" and "L/R Centers". Are there any attributes I am missing or do I need to correct my XML?.

Thanks in advance

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Aligning the graphics in structured framemaker

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Hi All,

I am new to structured framemaker and using Adobe Framemaker 7.1 and 10.

DTD:

<!ELEMENT book (graphic)*>

<!ELEMENT graphic EMPTY>

<!ATTLIST graphic

    format CDATA #IMPLIED

    entity CDATA #IMPLIED

    xoffset CDATA #IMPLIED

    yoffset CDATA #IMPLIED

    position CDATA #IMPLIED

    align CDATA #IMPLIED

    width CDATA #IMPLIED

    height CDATA #IMPLIED

  >

RWR:

element "graphic"

{

is fm graphic element "Graphic";

fm property import by reference or copy value is "ref";

attribute "xoffset" is fm property horizontal offset;

attribute "yoffset" is fm property vertical offset;

attribute "position"

{

is fm property position;

value "below" is fm value "below";

}

attribute "align"

{

is fm property alignment;

value "left" is fm property value align left;

value "right" is fm property value align right;

value "middle" is fm property value align center;

is fm attribute;

}

attribute "width" is fm property width;

attribute "height" is fm property height;

}

XML:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<!DOCTYPE book SYSTEM "center.dtd" [

<!NOTATION jpg SYSTEM "">

<!ENTITY A1234 SYSTEM "1234.jpg" NDATA jpg>

]>

<book>

    <graphic format = "JPG" entity = "A1234" xoffset = "0.197in" yoffset = "0.394in" position = "below" align = "middle" width = "6.870in" height = "8.341in"/>

</book>

Output I got:

Output I desired:

I want the graphic to be aligned in "T/B Centers" and "L/R Centers". Are there any attributes I am missing or do I need to correct my XML?.

Thanks in advance

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Sep 20, 2018

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Hi sakthivelk63179418 :

You asked this question in the unstructured FrameMaker forum. I'll move it over to the structured FrameMaker forum for you.

FrameMaker Structured

~Barb

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