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I can no longer select any text, images, or tables that I put into a landscape master page that has a different text flow than the rest of the document.

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Oct 09, 2015

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I tried to follow these steps to implement a landscape master page:

http://blog.rockymountaintraining.com/adobe-framemaker-adding-a-landscape-page-to-a-portrait-documen...

After experimenting with these options, I can no longer select any text, images, or tables that I had put into my new landscape master page. The content is somehow now on a different layer that I can't get to.

Any ideas about how to get my content back?

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Did you add [another] text frame to the master page? If so, you may have placed one atop the other. Try to select the main text frame and move it slightly to see if you have another one below it [which is probably where your content resides].

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I can no longer select any text, images, or tables that I put into a landscape master page that has a different text flow than the rest of the document.

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I tried to follow these steps to implement a landscape master page:

http://blog.rockymountaintraining.com/adobe-framemaker-adding-a-landscape-page-to-a-portrait-documen...

After experimenting with these options, I can no longer select any text, images, or tables that I had put into my new landscape master page. The content is somehow now on a different layer that I can't get to.

Any ideas about how to get my content back?

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Correct answer by Arnis_Gubins | Most Valuable Participant

Did you add [another] text frame to the master page? If so, you may have placed one atop the other. Try to select the main text frame and move it slightly to see if you have another one below it [which is probably where your content resides].

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Did you add [another] text frame to the master page? If so, you may have placed one atop the other. Try to select the main text frame and move it slightly to see if you have another one below it [which is probably where your content resides].

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Yes, thank you for the tip!
I had ended up with an extra text frame on the body page somehow. Now I've deleted it, and it's working fine.

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