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layout without tables :-}

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A basic layout question which I've somehow never run into before … the screenshot shows almost what the document owner wants; but I would like more vertical space between each graphic and the next paragraph, and (see point 5) a bit more horizontal space between the text and the graphic

fm_spacing.png

Properties so far:

  • anchored frame – run into paragraph, right align, gap 6.0 pt
  • graphic – run around contour

I experimented with a run-in head paragraph for the text and a right-aligned paragraph for the graphic, but then I couldn't work out how to align the graphic to the top of the paragraph.

Hints and tips welcome!

Increase the vertical size of the anchored frame I do this with software command icons except I left align the anchored frame. You can also set a object style to quickly offset the graphic to the upper right corner of the anchored frame.

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layout without tables :-}

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A basic layout question which I've somehow never run into before … the screenshot shows almost what the document owner wants; but I would like more vertical space between each graphic and the next paragraph, and (see point 5) a bit more horizontal space between the text and the graphic

fm_spacing.png

Properties so far:

  • anchored frame – run into paragraph, right align, gap 6.0 pt
  • graphic – run around contour

I experimented with a run-in head paragraph for the text and a right-aligned paragraph for the graphic, but then I couldn't work out how to align the graphic to the top of the paragraph.

Hints and tips welcome!

Increase the vertical size of the anchored frame I do this with software command icons except I left align the anchored frame. You can also set a object style to quickly offset the graphic to the upper right corner of the anchored frame.

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Increase the vertical size of the anchored frame I do this with software command icons except I left align the anchored frame. You can also set a object style to quickly offset the graphic to the upper right corner of the anchored frame.

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The paragraph format could have an empty FrameAbove or FrameBelow, but you'd need to test FB for conflicts. FA has the [dis]advantage that it will work at the top of a page, whereas SpaceAbove does not.

The pgf can also have extra SpaceAbove or generous Space-Below.

But I used to do it by pulling down the bottom edge of the anchored frame, as already suggested.

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extend the frame … yes, I can live with that :-} thanks for the tip.

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