Thanks everyone who replied!!! This solution -- plus looking at the doc at
400 percent magnification -- did the trick.

After everyone validated the right way to do this, I took a closer look at
the blank pages at the beginning of the second file. The second file was
supposed to begin with a tag that starts at the top of the page. Yeah, it
started at the top of the page, but prior to that page there were multiple
blank pages. I finally found a teeny tiny cross-reference marker stranded at
the very beginning of the chapter. After I deleted it, voila! the chapter
paginated correctly!

Thanks again!!!!

Susan

On Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 5:58 PM, Alan Litchfield <alan at alphabyte.co.nz>
wrote:

> Susan,
>
> I'm assuming that from the  book file you have right clicked on each
> of the chapter files:
> 1. In the first chapter file you have set the pagination to delete
> empty pages; and,
> 2. in the second file you have set the first page to "next available".
>
> Cheers
> Alan
>
> On 7/03/2008, at 9:54 AM, Fred Ridder wrote:
>
> >
> > Susan Herrin wrote:
> >
> >> I have a chapter that is so large that it is causing FrameMaker to
> >> crash
> >> whenever I do an update.
> >>
> >> I've spit the chapter into two files, and so at least frame isn't
> >> crashing
> >> at the moment....
> >>
> >> But I'm having problems with pagination and empty pages being
> >> inserted at
> >> the point where the chapter jumps from one file to the next. Anyone
> >> have
> >> expertise to share about this problem?
>
> --
> Alan Litchfield MBus(Hons), MNZCS
> AlphaByte
> PO Box 1941, Auckland, NZ. 1140
>
>
>
>

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