Thanks for the responses. >> You could choose Special> Page Break. The problem with that method is that FrameMaker removes the page break anytime you remove overrides. What?! Really?! In Word this is style independent and is a hard break , as real as typing "avi" or any ASCII character(s). No way of making a permanent page break?
And if I make a Heading style that starts at the start of a page, I will have to make a variant like that for H2, H3, H4 and H5. Thanks, - avi On Mon, Jan 19, 2009 at 3:13 AM, Mike Wickham <info at mikewickham.com> wrote: > I have a table *immediately* followed by a heading, the latter being almost >> at the end of the page. So I would like to insert a page break before the >> heading. How do I do that? >> > > You could choose Special> Page Break. The problem with that method is that > FrameMaker removes the page break anytime you remove overrides. So I create > a paragraph format called PageBreak and give it a high "space below > paragraph" value, such as 500 points. Insert this blank paragraph above your > heading and it will force the heading to the top of the next column or page. > > Alternately, you could fiddle with the "space below" setting for the > paragraph style holding the table anchor, or adjust the "space above" for > the heading paragraph style, but that either leaves you with an override for > your current paragraph style, or forces you to change the value for the > paragraph style everywhere in the document. It's best to use paragraph and > characters styles as designed, and avoid overriding them. > > Mike Wickham > > >