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I'm trying to create a paragraph tag that includes a check mark at the beginning of the paragraph.

I put the check mark in a frame in the reference page.

I can put the check mark above or below the paragraph by defining the paragraph tag, but don't know how to put it at the beginning of the paragraph.

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Correct answer by Barb Binder | Adobe Community Professional

As you figured out, you can add image from the references pages either above or below a paragraph, but not on the sides.

I would suggest bullets. The steps are in the blog below, but instead of a chipmunk (what was I thinking?) use a checkmark.

https://www.rockymountaintraining.com/adobe-framemaker-but-i-dont-want-a-plain-round-bullet/

An uppercase P in Wingdings 2 is a checkmark. If you don't have that font, take a look at the ones you do have. You can see the ornamental characters in File > Utilities > Character Palette.

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Paragraph tag

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I'm trying to create a paragraph tag that includes a check mark at the beginning of the paragraph.

I put the check mark in a frame in the reference page.

I can put the check mark above or below the paragraph by defining the paragraph tag, but don't know how to put it at the beginning of the paragraph.

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Correct answer by Barb Binder | Adobe Community Professional

As you figured out, you can add image from the references pages either above or below a paragraph, but not on the sides.

I would suggest bullets. The steps are in the blog below, but instead of a chipmunk (what was I thinking?) use a checkmark.

https://www.rockymountaintraining.com/adobe-framemaker-but-i-dont-want-a-plain-round-bullet/

An uppercase P in Wingdings 2 is a checkmark. If you don't have that font, take a look at the ones you do have. You can see the ornamental characters in File > Utilities > Character Palette.

VMware Fusionss_002.png

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As you figured out, you can add image from the references pages either above or below a paragraph, but not on the sides.

I would suggest bullets. The steps are in the blog below, but instead of a chipmunk (what was I thinking?) use a checkmark.

https://www.rockymountaintraining.com/adobe-framemaker-but-i-dont-want-a-plain-round-bullet/

An uppercase P in Wingdings 2 is a checkmark. If you don't have that font, take a look at the ones you do have. You can see the ornamental characters in File > Utilities > Character Palette.

VMware Fusionss_002.png

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