Ole laments, “I haven’t looked at the PageMaker 3.0 documentation recently. I don’t have to—it is forever burned into my memory.
“A feature of that manual’s design was a rule drawn below a particular, and very common, heading. I know this, because I was one of the four people who put those rules there. For every one of those headings, one of us had to zoom in, measure from the baseline of the text in the heading, position a ruler guide, and then draw a rule. When the position of the heading changed, as it often did, we had to zoom in again, measure again, and move or redraw the rules.
“I still dream about it.”
The solution to Ole’s nightmare lies in associating a graphic with text, which lies in the shadowy ...