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pdf file from DITA-OT output, the headings always comes with underline, why?

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Using FrameMaker2015, I created a DITA 1.2 topic and create a document but whenever I generate a pdf file from DITA-OT output, the headings always comes with underline like this:

How to ignore those underlines? I tried all that I can in master page view, but couldn't ignore it. By the way, If I only save the doc in pdf mode, then underlines disappear. Please help by giving any clue. Thanks a lot in advance!!

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pdf file from DITA-OT output, the headings always comes with underline, why?

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Using FrameMaker2015, I created a DITA 1.2 topic and create a document but whenever I generate a pdf file from DITA-OT output, the headings always comes with underline like this:

How to ignore those underlines? I tried all that I can in master page view, but couldn't ignore it. By the way, If I only save the doc in pdf mode, then underlines disappear. Please help by giving any clue. Thanks a lot in advance!!

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I think you’re speaking “structure” when posting to an “unstructured” forum.

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Oh really is it a unstructured forum? If then could you please give me any references of structured forum? I really appreciate  your prompt answer! Thanks!

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Have a look in here - https://forums.adobe.com/community/framemaker/framemaker_structured?view=overview – the moderator will probably move this thread over to there.

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