Hi Cynthia

I don't know if this will help or not...I ran into something many years ago,
only it was an autonumbered paragraph not a page break. After much futzing,
fiddling and testing, I came up with something that works.


   1. Make sure the end-of-file marker is immediately after the last
   character in the text inset
   2. Position your cursor where the text inset is to be inserted in the
   container document (no duh, eh? Smile)
   3. Insert a fixed width space, such as an em space (Esc Space m)
   4. Press Home to position the cursor at the beginning of the line
   5. Import text inset

I also use a specific paragraph tag to anchor text insets...and I don't
believe anchoring to any old paragraph tag will make a difference.

Blessings
Jerilynne

On Fri, Aug 14, 2009 at 9:58 AM, Milton, Cynthia
<cynthia.milton at serco.com>wrote:

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> Classification: NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED
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> I don't know if this is a bug but I can't find anything about it
> anywhere else.
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> I have a number of docs with text insets. When I do an update, an extra
> carriage return is added at the end of the inset which duplicates the
> paratag of the first line of the inset. The first paratag is a section
> head with a page break, so this also is duplicated. The result is an
> extra empty page which cannot be deleted as FM reckons it's part of the
> inset.
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>
>
> The only way to correct it is to delete the inset and re-import it,
> which rather defeats the object. Grrrr.
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