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Help with forcing line to remain immediately under the frame & TABS

Posted on 2013-06-20
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I have created a frame with a text inside. I wish to place a line
immediately after the text. I tried using the outline of the frame but it
makes the text wider than the frame itself.
When I use a line, the line jumps up unexpectedly as I manipulate the
letterhead & text below.
How can I stop the line for moving up, but rather remain just below the last
line of text i.e. on the bottom frame border?
 
TABS
 
Perhaps you can help me understand Tabs better.
I refer to the text on the right of text box which include the Cell,
Fax2email etc. subheadings.
They are right indented by too great an amount for my needs. How do I reduce
the Tab space after the first set of sub headings ie Tel, Email etc.?

Tx
A1-Telecoms-LETTERHEAD---Master-.doc
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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I used the drawing tool to add the line..
A2: change the tab stop settings, show ruler the ruler, on the far left is the tab stop setting, click on the bottom of the ruler to set the tab stop
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by:shaunwingin
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Tx, the tabs are now better understood. The line still jumps when I move the logo to the left a little....
How can I anchor it?
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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I don't see it jumping http://screencast.com/t/bMonKfRXHWFc
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by:shaunwingin
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It did when I made the frame narrower on the right margin to bring the logo closer to the text
Either way - there must be a system to position a line and a frame relative to each other....
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by:shaunwingin
ID: 39306673
Still busy trying to solve this issue. Looking to close this Q soon.
Thank you for your patience.
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