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Frank Drost
 
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First of all, let me thank all of you who have replied to
my previous queries. I have found this "forum" very
useful and very helpful.

Next, my question.
I have several codes in my paper that I have created
myself. E.g.
{"Fig 2.1. Schematic diagram of energy flows" \f U
\l "1" }
In print layout, I see all these codes, but it does mean
that the following text is shifted downwards and
therefore does not line up properly the way I want it.
What is on the screen will be different then when I print
it. How can I switch these lines of so that I don't see
them anymore (but they still should be there, and should
work too), and the following texts shifts up again?

Thanks.
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Greg Maxey
 
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Frank,

If these codes are field codes, can you toggle the display with ALT+F9 to
get the resule you want?

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See:
http://gregmaxey.mvps.org/word_tips.htm
For some helpful tips using Word.

Frank Drost wrote:
First of all, let me thank all of you who have replied to
my previous queries. I have found this "forum" very
useful and very helpful.

Next, my question.
I have several codes in my paper that I have created
myself. E.g.
{"Fig 2.1. Schematic diagram of energy flows" \f U
\l "1" }
In print layout, I see all these codes, but it does mean
that the following text is shifted downwards and
therefore does not line up properly the way I want it.
What is on the screen will be different then when I print
it. How can I switch these lines of so that I don't see
them anymore (but they still should be there, and should
work too), and the following texts shifts up again?

Thanks.



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Greg,

i suppose you could say that they are my own field codes,
but I can't toggle them off with ALT+F9. When I do that I
indeed toggle all the field codes on, but nothing change
in my code. When I do ALT+F9 again, I toggle the field
codes off, and my code is still there.
I created those codes so I have my own "field codes" for
the list of pictures with their captions. But that was a
few months ago, and I am not familiar with them anymore.

ta


-----Original Message-----
Frank,

If these codes are field codes, can you toggle the

display with ALT+F9 to
get the resule you want?

--
Greg Maxey/Word MVP
See:
http://gregmaxey.mvps.org/word_tips.htm
For some helpful tips using Word.

Frank Drost wrote:
First of all, let me thank all of you who have replied

to
my previous queries. I have found this "forum" very
useful and very helpful.

Next, my question.
I have several codes in my paper that I have created
myself. E.g.
{"Fig 2.1. Schematic diagram of energy flows" \f U
\l "1" }
In print layout, I see all these codes, but it does

mean
that the following text is shifted downwards and
therefore does not line up properly the way I want it.
What is on the screen will be different then when I

print
it. How can I switch these lines of so that I don't see
them anymore (but they still should be there, and

should
work too), and the following texts shifts up again?

Thanks.



.

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Jezebel
 
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Perhaps you could explain what you're actually trying to do? How do you want
to use these codes?



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Greg,

i suppose you could say that they are my own field codes,
but I can't toggle them off with ALT+F9. When I do that I
indeed toggle all the field codes on, but nothing change
in my code. When I do ALT+F9 again, I toggle the field
codes off, and my code is still there.
I created those codes so I have my own "field codes" for
the list of pictures with their captions. But that was a
few months ago, and I am not familiar with them anymore.

ta


-----Original Message-----
Frank,

If these codes are field codes, can you toggle the

display with ALT+F9 to
get the resule you want?

--
Greg Maxey/Word MVP
See:
http://gregmaxey.mvps.org/word_tips.htm
For some helpful tips using Word.

Frank Drost wrote:
First of all, let me thank all of you who have replied

to
my previous queries. I have found this "forum" very
useful and very helpful.

Next, my question.
I have several codes in my paper that I have created
myself. E.g.
{"Fig 2.1. Schematic diagram of energy flows" \f U
\l "1" }
In print layout, I see all these codes, but it does

mean
that the following text is shifted downwards and
therefore does not line up properly the way I want it.
What is on the screen will be different then when I

print
it. How can I switch these lines of so that I don't see
them anymore (but they still should be there, and

should
work too), and the following texts shifts up again?

Thanks.



.



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Frank Drost
 
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What I wanted (and have done), is to create a table with
all the numbers and captions of all tables and figures in
a paper. But some of the captions were rather long, and
quite irrelevant to put in a table of "captions". So,
solely for this table with all captions etc, I created,
within each caption of all tables and figures, this code,
like for instance

{"Fig 2.1. Schematic diagram of energy flows" \f U
\l "1" }

In the table of contents (captions), I made a link to the
identifier U instead to the commmon identifier, and so I
got a table of all the purposely specified captions.
This all works, and I am quite proud of it, but I can't
remember how I did it exactly anymore. Not that I have to
change it, but as said, in print layout this code shows
up and pushes all other text down. When I print the
paper, this text of course does not appear, and all the
following text has shifted up nicely. But how can I see
that on my screen?


ta



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Daiya Mitchell
 
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Make sure you aren't viewing Hidden Text, hit on the standard toolbar.

Are these TC fields?


On 5/15/05 7:05 PM, "Frank Drost" wrote:

What I wanted (and have done), is to create a table with
all the numbers and captions of all tables and figures in
a paper. But some of the captions were rather long, and
quite irrelevant to put in a table of "captions". So,
solely for this table with all captions etc, I created,
within each caption of all tables and figures, this code,
like for instance

{"Fig 2.1. Schematic diagram of energy flows" \f U
\l "1" }

In the table of contents (captions), I made a link to the
identifier U instead to the commmon identifier, and so I
got a table of all the purposely specified captions.
This all works, and I am quite proud of it, but I can't
remember how I did it exactly anymore. Not that I have to
change it, but as said, in print layout this code shows
up and pushes all other text down. When I print the
paper, this text of course does not appear, and all the
following text has shifted up nicely. But how can I see
that on my screen?


ta


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frank drost
 
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Thanks Daiya. Your suggestion was correct. By having =B6 =20
switched on, it shows up all my TC fields. i have now=20
switched it off, and looks fine.

Thanks everyone for their help

ta

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