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Displaying sideheads


I am converting a Frame book to MS HTML Help, using ePublisher Pro. My Note tag combines with a sidehead that has an icon image attached. This makes it possible to display an visual cue image in the sidehead and the note text in the text column.

I want the help system to display the Note with the icon in horizontal line with the text. Functionally, this means having two two paragraphs aligned horizontally.

I believe that I should be able to do this, perhaps using the "Float" feature, but thus far I have been unable to achieve the desired result.

Note that I am an experienced user of WWP 6, but am completely new to ePublisher, and the official documentation is inadequate. I could really use some help here.

Anyone know how to do this in ePublisher Pro?

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