Run-in Paragraph?

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Feb 28, 2018

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I have a run-in paragraph tagged (highlighted below), but how do I get it back on the same line as my previous bold heading?  When I delete a space to bring it back up, the tag changes back to the previous bold heading's tag:

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Ian Proudfoot Enthusiast , Feb 28, 2018
I tried it with FrameMaker 2017. This seems to work for me. Here are the results:To achieve that I set the Paragraph formats as follows:I added a space character in the Default Punctuation to separate the two paragraphs.Here the second paragraph is In Column, so the name of Head3_runIn is a little misleading.Now if you are doing exactly the same as me but getting different results, we will need to establish what is going wrong.Ian

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The run-in paragraph should be the first paragraph, not the one highlighted in yellow.

Ian

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I apply the first part with my paragraph tag (Heading3) and set it as a "Run-in" in the Pagination tab of the Paragraph Designer, but when I set the second part of the paragraph as "In Column" with my paragraph tag (Head3_runIn), it changes the first part to "In Column" and with (Head3_runIn) also.

I'm sure I'm missing something or doing this in the wrong order.

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Enthusiast ,
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I tried it with FrameMaker 2017. This seems to work for me. Here are the results:

RunIn01.png

To achieve that I set the Paragraph formats as follows:

RunIn02.png

I added a space character in the Default Punctuation to separate the two paragraphs.

RunIn03.png

Here the second paragraph is In Column, so the name of Head3_runIn is a little misleading.

Now if you are doing exactly the same as me but getting different results, we will need to establish what is going wrong.

Ian

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Hi MR89:

I agree with Ian that you just have the paragraph formats backwards. If it is helpful, you can create a new default portrait document and add two lines of text.

By default, all paragraphs are initially assigned the Body tag, and are set to In Column.

Screenshot 2018-02-28 12.56.45.png

In addition to Heading1 and Heading2, the Paragraph Catalog in a new file has a third sample heading tag called HeadingRunIn. When assigned to a heading, instead of sitting above the paragraph it modifies, it allows the paragraph underneath to come up and sit on the same line.

Screenshot 2018-02-28 12.57.06.png

Once you understand the logic, it should be easy to update your document to work the same way.

~Barb

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