FrameMaker and WORD: Shrinkwrap for "autosized" anchored frames
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This video shows how to combine two commands (a) keyboard shortcut "ESC m p" to automatically shrinkwrap your anchored frame around the size of graphic contents and (b) Object Style Designer to create a "named frame" that has the vertical baseline adjustment you desire. This is ideal for projects in which you have a lot of small screen captures for "key caps" on the baseline of your text. In this very brief video, Product Evangelist, Maxwell Hoffmann (@maxwellhoffmann) shows you how.
Runtime : 00:04:46 Added : 09/16/2013
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