You may have some control if you change how your anchor your frames. For
example, if you anchor as a character, but then you cannot move it
around at will.
On 11/07/2013 06:47 AM, Adam Tauno Williams wrote:
I have a document with many examples and illustrations. These are
typically in frames. I also place tables in frames.
But frames seem to 'flow' *very* poorly. They may often even end up
overlapping each other and then their placement must be manually
tweaked. This is very frustrating in a 500+ page document.
Frames seem to wrap with *only* the body text of the document and do
nothing to avoid colliding with each other.
Is there some option I am not setting or some style/technique to get
frames to try to fit naturally into the flow of the text. Anchor to
paragraph is my typical method; but it seems I really need an
anchor-to-paragraph-getting-as-close-as-you-can option without either
crashing into other frames or leaving a blank inch and a half on the
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