>> IIRC, TableCaption is the paragraph in which the table anchor is located, right? Yes.
>> It has nothing to do with what you see in the Table Designer dialog box. The Orphan Rows setting is a characteristic of the table format. Yes, I assumed that is the case. Thanks, avi On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 7:35 PM, Combs, Richard <richard.combs at polycom.com>wrote: > Avraham Makeler quoted himself saying: > > > > > Ok, end of mystery. Found the problem: I only just noticed that the > Table > > > Designer also has an Orphan Rows field. The TableCaption style was > set to > > > 99. > > > Thanks again to all. > > IIRC, TableCaption is the paragraph in which the table anchor is > located, right? It has nothing to do with what you see in the Table > Designer dialog box. The Orphan Rows setting is a characteristic of the > table format. Tables are objects in FM, not an integral part of the text > flow like in Word. By default, an FM doc has two table formats, Format A > and Format B. You can redefine those or define new ones. If you have a > table format whose name is the same as your anchor pgf's, that would > explain the confusion -- but that's a bad idea. > > Richard > > > Richard G. Combs > Senior Technical Writer > Polycom, Inc. > richardDOTcombs AT polycomDOTcom > 303-223-5111 > ------ > rgcombs AT gmailDOTcom > 303-777-0436 > ------ > > > > > > > > >