I had an issue which may be similar. My problem was that one or more text frames were not in the main flow, even though Frame reported they were all in Flow A. The solution I found was the following:
Open the Frame file with the problem. Select the first text frame. Select the second text frame. It is OK if the first text frame is no longer selected. Click on Format > Customize Layout > Connect Text Frames. Regenerate TOC. Mark From: framers-boun...@lists.frameusers.com [mailto:framers-boun...@lists.frameusers.com] On Behalf Of Karen Robbins Sent: Friday, March 21, 2014 7:53 PM To: email@example.com Subject: TOC entry out of sequence Hello Framers, Some time ago I wrote about a similar problem but didn't achieve a solution. It's happening again in a different TOC, so I thought I'd investigate more. The last document in my book, like all the others, has a chapter head and level 1 heads (four of them) that are picked up for a generated TOC. The chapter head and level 1 heads two through four all appear in correct sequence in the TOC. But the first level 1 head appears immediately above its chapter head, as if it is the last level 1 head in the previous chapter. Why does this happen and how can I correct it? In the document, the frame in which the misplaced level 1 head resides is not positioned above that of the chapter head. The errant head has the correct formatting. In the book TOC, all other level 1 heads appear in their correct sequence. There is no hidden overlapping frame AFAIK... I've already cleaned up the files to remove that sort of thing. Thanks for any insight. Karen Robbins Frame 188.8.131.522, Windows 7 VM in Parallels
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