Automatic Graphics

You can implement graphics automatically within the body of your document. The home for such graphics is your document’s reference pages. After you place a graphic in a reference frame on a reference page, that reference frame is available through the Advanced properties of the Paragraph Designer. Graphics can be displayed either just above or just below any paragraph within your document, but they can be made to look otherwise. Good uses for graphics within a reference frame include any type of line to be displayed above or below a paragraph or a graphic that’s used in conjunction with repetivite items, such as Note or Caution text.

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