[Security_sig] Help! I've got frames, and I can't figure
outhow to get them ordered in OO!
ereed at novell.com
Tue May 3 09:23:25 PDT 2005
Oh, I was just going to try to match up with the formating, but content is more important, now, than being pretty.
For this pass, the frames are history. Someone can go back in with MS Word if they really think it's that important and reformat the information.
>>>Chen, Terence <terence.chen at intel.com> 05/03/05 12:17 pm >>>
Steve and John from CGL side are in the process of cleaning up the
security spec. I believe Steve is planning to have it finalized by
tomorrow. You might want to wait for the cleaned version available
>From: security_sig-bounces at lists.osdl.org [mailto:security_sig-
>bounces at lists.osdl.org] On Behalf Of Matt Anderson
>Sent: Tuesday, May 03, 2005 8:25 AM
>To: Ed Reed
>Cc: security_sig at osdl.org
>Subject: Re: [Security_sig] Help! I've got frames, and I can't figure
>outhow to get them ordered in OO!
>On Tue, 2005-05-03 at 08:04 -0600, Ed Reed wrote:
>>I'm trying to edit a version of the CGL security doc that Ge sent
>>and it's got these cute little frames for each of the capabilities
>>looks like a table, shaded headers, a few open text cells...
>>But they stack on top of each other and I can't for the life of me
>>figure out by what reason or logic they position with respect to each
>>other...does anyone have a frames for dummies hint they could share
>I can't really help you with a frames for dummies guide, or hints on
>getting the placement right, but I can at least tell you why those
>frames are there. The frames that are below another frame are there so
>that when the document is viewed or printed they are hidden. Their
>purpose is to be used to generate the table of contents for the
>As for OOo, good luck. This seems to be part of the missing 10%. I
>find that the 2.x version of OOo did handle it a little better than
>but I ended up going back to Word when I was dealing with any of that.
>I ended up finding OOo for content, Word for formatting.
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