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Fixing text outside of text box?

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Nov 09, 2019

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This may be a noobish question, so appologies in advance if this has been asked before (I couldn't find anything online similar). I'm trying to create a text box within an anchored frame, and I don't understand why the top of the text is partially beyond the borders of the text box (see attached below - the top of the "T" is outside of the text box). Is this standard FrameMaker behaviour or is there a way to correct this? 

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Fixing text outside of text box?

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This may be a noobish question, so appologies in advance if this has been asked before (I couldn't find anything online similar). I'm trying to create a text box within an anchored frame, and I don't understand why the top of the text is partially beyond the borders of the text box (see attached below - the top of the "T" is outside of the text box). Is this standard FrameMaker behaviour or is there a way to correct this? 

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Any advice is much appreciated!

 

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This is likely a function of the particular font and its internal bounding box. If you try other fonts, you will see that their position within the text box varies.

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It's the font. Just arbitrarily testing, MS Comic Sans (which that appears to be) and Arial do that. Times New Roman just touches the edge. Courier New is a bit below the edge. A number of work-arounds might be applied, depending on the usage model.

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