5.4.3 Using text frames to solve spacing problems
When text flows through an extra frame, as in a
lift or insert, Mif2Go tries by default to make a Word text
box the same size, containing the text. When this works, it looks good.
When it does not work, it makes a mess, and you are better off just having
the content in the regular body text stream:
; UseTextFrames = Yes (default, to emulate framing)
Experiment with the following option when you are
trying to solve bizarre spacing problems around text frames, such as
when they push other text and frames far, far away:
; WrapAroundTextFrames = Yes (default, leave room
around) or No
The default is to omit the RTF \nowrap
property; when WrapAroundTextFrames=Yes, Mif2Go uses \nowrap.
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