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Chapter 6. Table Survival Guide > Using Tables for Section Titles on Left and R...

Using Tables for Section Titles on Left and Right Pages

Another interesting trick that can be done with tables is to create Section Title paragraph tag placement on a page that automatically adjusts to left-hand and right-hand pages.

For example, you might want the section title to always appear on the page farthest from the binding. You could do this formatting by selecting Left or Right Alignment from the Basic tab of Paragraph Designer. However, the problem arises if you add text to the document that causes the Section paragraph tag to flow to the next page. Then the alignment would no longer be consistent with “side farthest from the binding.” You can fix this problem by searching through the document and manually adjusting each Section paragraph tag alignment, or you can use tables and have FrameMaker do it automatically. Here’s how:


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