Colleen wrote:  

> Yes, I tried adding an extra body tag between the end of the 
> text inset and the next heading.  It made no difference.

I went back and looked at the original description, and I'm still not
sure I understand the setup. Are you working with View > Text Symbols
turned off? Turn it on; that'll help you see what's going on. 

Of necessity, a text inset sits entirely within a paragraph in the flow
into which you imported it. This isn't obvious (especially if text
symbols are off) because the content of the inset is at least one
complete paragraph, so it looks like it sits *above* the pgf that
contains it instead of *inside* it. 

Assume that "<H1>" and "</H1>" mark the beginning and end of the 1st
heading pgf, "<Inset1>" and "</Inset1>" mark the beginning and end of
the 1st inset, etc. Here's what your text flow _should_ look like: 

<H1>First heading text</H1>

<Body1><Inset1>One or more pgfs making up inset.
(Note that no matter how many pgfs there are,  
they're all contained inside the single container pgf,
which they look like they're above.)</Inset1> 
</Body1>

<H2>Second heading text</H2>

<Body2><Inset2>One or more pgfs making up inset</Inset2> 
</Body2> 

<H3>Third heading text</H3>

<Body3><Inset3>One or more pgfs making up inset</Inset3> 
</Body3>

I'm guessing you've got each text inset sitting at the beginning of the
following heading -- something like this (omitting spacing 'cause this
is long enough <g>): 

<H1>First heading text</H1>
<H2><Inset1>One or more pgfs making up inset</Inset1>
Second heading text</H2>
... etc. ... 

Or maybe all the insets are in one Heading pgf? 

<H1>First heading text
<Inset1>One or more pgfs making up inset</Inset1>
Second heading text
<Inset2>One or more pgfs making up inset></Inset2> 
Third heading text
<Inset3>One or more pgfs making up inset></Inset3> </H1>

HTH! If you look at your doc with text symbols visible, maybe you can
figure out what's going on from these examples. 

Richard


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