View the elements' structure
July 14, 2006 | 0 comments
| View the elements’ structure.
|Click the Structure View icon. The Structure View window displays the hierarchy of the elements in the document. Elements are often nested within each other. For example, a Section element might include a Head element, a Paragraph element, and a List element; the List element, in turn, might include List Item elements. You can change the elements’ relationship to each other by dragging them in the Structure View window.|
|You can also use the Structure View window to identify elements that don’t meet the requirements of the document’s element definitions. If an element is missing a required child element, a red box appears on the vertical line where the missing element should be. If an element is in an invalid location, a dotted line appears from it to the end of the parent element. For more help identifying problems in the Structure View window, see the Adobe FrameMaker 7.0 User Guide.|