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Thanks Terence! I would have missed this one entirely.

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Katherine A. Hayes, Assistant Archivist
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>>> Terence Catapano <[log in to unmask]> 12/03 10:23 PM >>>
How about using <emph render=3D"sub"> (see EAD Tag Library, p103)?

That should work, and it's pretty simple.


On Fri, 3 Dec 1999, Katherine Hayes wrote:

> I have subscript capital letters in a finding aid which I'd like to =
encode
> in SGML using SDATA abbreviation (if possible).  After searching the =
most
> likely looking links on Robin Cover's SGML/XML page I found nothing.  =
The
> line looks basically like this, with a fake tag for subscript:
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> <c02 level=3D"file"><did><unittitle>Data on plate G<subscript>a</subscrip=
t>
> and A<subscript>a</subscript>,
> <unitdate>1954</unitdate></unittitle></did></c02>
>
> Is there a 'simple' way to do this?  Thanks for any suggestions.
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