Hi again. I'm running into this issue: I have a graphic, then a caption below, then an inserted table, then another tabe, etc. On the right facing page, the graphic goes almost to the bottom, and one line of the two-line caption is below that, but the second line of the caption pops over to the top of the left-facing page just above the table (which it isn't supposed to go with). I've tried checking to see if the paratags or the caption have anything checked as far as keep with previous or next paragraph: nothing. I tried pulling up the graphic frame, but it doesn't bring that second line over unless it can also bring that table with it. Any ideas?
What is your Widow/Orphan Lines set at for the paragraph format?
How many distinct Flow A paragraphs?
How is the caption being done (FM is weak on this, having no Anchored Frame-Above).
2 Tables, inside what?
Be sure to check Keep-With on the para following all of the above.
If CT's widow/orphan tip doesn't lead to an instant solution, there are other suspects.
If Rick's solution (set your Widow/Orphan to 2 or more) doesn't work, see if you've anchored your table in the Figure Title paragraph.
To check, turn on your text symbols.
Feel free to repost the screen image with the text symbols.
OK, here's a screen image with text sybmols: I tried adjusting widow/orphans and the keep-with settings but either I didn't
do it correctly or there is some other issue, I think.