At 03:40 PM 6/15/2009, ecidade at zoominternet.net wrote: > Suddenly, I reach the end (or I THOUGHT) it was the end on page 79 >of a 90 page document, you know at the end of a Frame file, you >encounter the "end of file" symbol, sort of a "double-S" > > When what to my wandering eyes should appear?....more text on page >80! It's the next page which I cannot, for the life of me, get to >behave or come forward to page 79. It's as if there is a different, >separate, text flow so I checked for a "Flow: B" and there isn't any.
Eduardo, I know you've solved the problem by copying the text into a new document. If you happen to have saved the original, and still are curious about figuring out what is going on, there may be something else you can try. Does your document use conditional text? Can you select the text on p. 80? I don't know whether the situation is parallel to yours, but several years ago I had a document with mysterious "shadow" text. Most of the content was a multi-page table with conditional rows. Hiding and then showing the conditional text caused an extra page to appear in the middle of the table. The new page contained extra copies of rows that appeared elsewhere. Content on the new page could not be selected. Penelope Perkins from Synergex suggested rehyphenating the document (which is done from the dialog that appears when you click the Dictionaries button in the Spelling Checker). Even if there is no hyphenation in a document, rehyphenating causes FrameMaker to look at every paragraph and in my case solved the problem. If you have encountered the same rare situation, rehyphenating may help you as well. --Lynne Lynne A. Price Text Structure Consulting, Inc. Specializing in structured FrameMaker consulting, application development, and training lprice at txstruct.com http://www.txstruct.com voice/fax: (510) 583-1505 cell phone: (510) 421-2284