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Part 3: Designing Pages for Maximum Visual Impact
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As with most constructs created in Word, a frame s properties can be controlled by configur ing settings in a properties dialog box, in this case the Frame Properties dialog box. The two Frame main areas of concern when you re working with frames are the content and frame s appear Properties ance. To open the Frame Properties dialog box, click the frame you want to format, and then click Frame Properties on the Frames toolbar or choose Format, Frames, Frame Properties. The Frame Properties dialog box is described in more detail in the next section of the chapter.
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When you create a frames page, Word displays a different document in each frame. You might have to tell Word which document to display in which frame. (If you create a frames page from scratch, Word will automatically generate file names and documents for you.) You can specify documents to associate with a frame by configuring settings in the Frame tab in the Frame Properties dialog box, shown in Figure 17-6.
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In the Frame tab, you can indicate which page to display in a frame by inserting the file s path and name in the Initial Page box. The file specified in the Initial Page box is the file that appears each time the frames page is opened. You can also select the Link To File check box to ensure that the document used in your frames page is updated each time the Initial Page file is changed. In addition to specifying which file is initially displayed in a frame, you can assign a name to each frame. When you use frames, the frames must be named so that you can refer to specific frames when you create hyperlinks. For example, the Frame tab shown in Figure 17-6 speci fies that the intro.html file appear in a frame named body. The Introduction hyperlink in the
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Figure 17-6. Using the Frame tab, you can perform a number of frame configuration tasks, including naming a frame and assigning a document to appear in the frame when the frames page opens.
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Part 3: Designing Pages for Maximum Visual Impact
Microsoft Office Word 2003 Inside Out navigation frame shown previously in Figure 17-3 is configured to open the intro.html file in the frame named body when the hyperlink is clicked. The frames page shown in Figure 17-3 contains frames named title, body, and nav (short for navigation bar).
To learn more about creating hyperlinks and specifying frame targets, see 26, Creating Professional Web Sites.
Note Frame names are case-sensitive and can include numbers and letters. Also, because each frame must have a name, Word automatically provides default names for frames that aren t named manually. The remaining frame parameters that you can configure in the Frame tab are the frame s height and width. You can assign height and width measurements in the Height and Width boxes and use the Measure In lists to specify whether the measurements are a percentage of the screen size, a fixed size in inches, or relative to the other frames, as follows:
Percent
Specifies that a frame s height or width should be sized as a percentage of the window. For example, if a frame s width is set to 50 percent, the frame will consume half the width of a user s window, regardless of the size of the window. Specifies a fixed width or height in inches. The frame will always be displayed at the specified height, regardless of the size of the window.
Inches
Relative (*)
Indicates that the frame s height or width should fill the remaining area of the window after the other frame settings are applied. For example, if a top frame is set to 1 inch and a bottom frame is set to 1 inch, the body frame could be set to Relative so that the frame fills the area between the top and bottom frames, regardless of the size of the window.
Frequently you ll find that your document uses a combination of Percent, Inches, and Relative settings. If you prefer, you can adjust the sizes of the frames in your document by dragging frame borders, and Word will automatically configure your frame size settings for you.
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