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I have specified a margin (top&left) for a doc. - the margins looks great when the document is viewed by itself..as soon as you put the above doc. onto a frame, the margin disappears.. can u help?
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The frameset, itself, contains margins around the contents of each frame.

To overcome this, set both MARGINWIDTH and MARGINHEIGHT to 0 (zero) in the FRAME tag
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it workz
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