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Is there a way to find and replace \p\p with a paragraph type with an anchored frame attached?

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Is there a way to find and replace \p\p with a paragraph type with an anchored frame attached? FrameMaker 11 unstructured mode.

Thanks to all in advance.

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I forget if FM11 had it, but you could do that in the Find & Replace by pasting I believe.

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Is there a way to find and replace \p\p with a paragraph type with an anchored frame attached?

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Is there a way to find and replace \p\p with a paragraph type with an anchored frame attached? FrameMaker 11 unstructured mode.

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Rog.

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I forget if FM11 had it, but you could do that in the Find & Replace by pasting I believe.

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I forget if FM11 had it, but you could do that in the Find & Replace by pasting I believe.

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Excellent, only problem is I cannot paste a paragraph format with the anchored frame. Any thoughts?

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Hi Roger:

To clarify the question: you want to locate two ¶s, and assign a paragraph format to both, and add an anchored frame?

You can do one or the other but not both at the same time, so how about two Find/Change sequences? Add one anchored frame manually, then highlight the "¶ anchor ¶" and copy it. Set Find to \p\p, and Change to By Pasting. Then copy the desired paragraph format and change By Pasting again.

~Barb

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Understood. Thanks.

Rog.

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