Follow-up based on some off-list responses (thanks, guys).

I obviously did not make clear that the Master Page is where I defined
the side head, and it is indeed enabled. The document was created from
a template containing this master page, so both its master and body
pages have side heads.

This is not affecting my text in any way (which is to say, it's doing
what I want, which is starting the heading in the side-head area and
the text in the text area), but the message is damned annoying since
I'm reworking the template to take advantage of the many things I
learned during my two recent webinars with Shlomo.

On Fri, May 22, 2009 at 9:42 AM, Lin Sims <ljsims.ml at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> There's no doubt something I'm missing here, but for the life of me I
> don't know what it might be.
>
> I have a document with one text flow (A) that has been defined with
> side-heads, and the side-heads are enabled.
> I have paragraph tags that are defined as "Across all columns and side-heads".
>
> When I update one of these paragraph tags, I get a warning:
>
> ? ? ? ? ?You applied a side-head paragraph format to a paragraph in a
> flow that does not have room for side heads.
> ? ? ? ? ?For the main flow of the document, use the Format>Page
> Layout> Column Layout command to turn on room for side heads.
>
> Using Clean Import to reimport the Master Pages with "remove
> overrides" enabled has not fixed the problem.
> Washing through MIF has also not worked.
>
> Ideas?
>
> Specs:
>
> FM 8.277
> Windows XP Pro SP3
> (More plugins than you can shake a stick at, but they've been
> installed for almost a year and this only started happening
> yesterday.)
>
> Dell computer
> 2.40 GHz, Intel 2 Quad CPU
> 3.25 GB RAM
>
> (Here's hoping the US holiday weekend hasn't seen EVERYONE take the day off!)
> --
> Lin Sims

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