On 2014-Nov-04 2:09 PM, Pam Harper wrote:
When I add spaces or anchored frames below one another in a table that
is on a landscape page, the table extends itself without regard to the
text frame into the footer and beyond. It doesn’t do this with the
same type of table on a portrait page. This has done this in Frame 10
and 12, which I now use.
The key seems to be that the table is on a landscape page, which I
created as a custom master page with a regular text frame as a
template for body page text frame. The Flow Tag is A—same as the rest
of the master pages. Nothing is rotated. I only run into this table
behavior on a landscape page. If I add extra pictures or text in a
table cell on a portrait page, it always breaks cleanly or at least
where I can logically break it. Any ideas?
The only way I can make that happen in FM10 is by setting the orphan
rows in the Table Designer to a very high number. Does your table tag
have a wonky orphan setting?
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