I have a little bit of space before my caution symbol (paragraph tag) and cannot reduce the size of the font so that the space goers away. When I change the font, the font reverts back. How do I get rid of the space?
How is the symbol placed in the paragraph? Are you using a reference graphic above/below? Some details of how the paragraph is formatted is needed in order to suggest a fix. Please provide details of the paratag(s) involved.
And is the alert icon an art element or a U+26A0 Unicode character?
I'm guessing this is an image in a reference frame, set to Below Pgf.
Reducing the size of the font to 2pt will minimize the space, and setting it to Above Pgf will add the space "below" the image, which may be more palatable.
As Bob mentioned, you might have better luck using a character as an Autonumber, rather than a frame above/below.
This is what I had been trying, and it wasn't working. I realized I was trying to adjust the font size at the top instead of doing it in the character designer. Once I adjusted in the character designer, the font changed. Minor issue Thank you for your help!