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I have many images with captions in some documents that I am writing. For the most part the captions are showing exactly as I would hope and expect. I created a paragraph style named Figures v2.2 ( a lot of trial and error with autonumbering) and I have gotten it to the point where the numbering and spacing is just about how I want it but there are a few places that I can't seem to get it right.  I am not sure what is causing this but there seems to be a page break or something beween my image and the Figure 1-4 Confirm Clear Configuration caption. Shoiwing Text Symbols doesn't shed light either. Can anyone suggest a better way of doing this? Side note I am required to have a list of tables and list of figures so I am not sure that placing them in a table would work? I included a screenshot Figure 1-3 is ideal Figure 1-4 is not.Figure_Space_Text_Symbols.png

 

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Correct answer by Winfried Reng | Adobe Community Professional

Hi Dustin,

 

Yes. The paragraph of your figure title for figure 1-4 is moved to the next page.

Can you check your pagination settings of your figure and your figure title paragraph formats?

figure: Keep with Next Paragraph

figure title: Keep with Previous Paragraph

Nothing else.

If this still should not work, you can put your graphics in a table with a single column and a single row. Then the figure title paragraph into the table title. This works also for lists of figure titles or table titles.

 

Best regards

 

Winfried

 

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Image Caption Spacing is inconsistent.

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I have many images with captions in some documents that I am writing. For the most part the captions are showing exactly as I would hope and expect. I created a paragraph style named Figures v2.2 ( a lot of trial and error with autonumbering) and I have gotten it to the point where the numbering and spacing is just about how I want it but there are a few places that I can't seem to get it right.  I am not sure what is causing this but there seems to be a page break or something beween my image and the Figure 1-4 Confirm Clear Configuration caption. Shoiwing Text Symbols doesn't shed light either. Can anyone suggest a better way of doing this? Side note I am required to have a list of tables and list of figures so I am not sure that placing them in a table would work? I included a screenshot Figure 1-3 is ideal Figure 1-4 is not.Figure_Space_Text_Symbols.png

 

Figure_Spacing.png

 

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Correct answer by Winfried Reng | Adobe Community Professional

Hi Dustin,

 

Yes. The paragraph of your figure title for figure 1-4 is moved to the next page.

Can you check your pagination settings of your figure and your figure title paragraph formats?

figure: Keep with Next Paragraph

figure title: Keep with Previous Paragraph

Nothing else.

If this still should not work, you can put your graphics in a table with a single column and a single row. Then the figure title paragraph into the table title. This works also for lists of figure titles or table titles.

 

Best regards

 

Winfried

 

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Hi Dustin,

 

Yes. The paragraph of your figure title for figure 1-4 is moved to the next page.

Can you check your pagination settings of your figure and your figure title paragraph formats?

figure: Keep with Next Paragraph

figure title: Keep with Previous Paragraph

Nothing else.

If this still should not work, you can put your graphics in a table with a single column and a single row. Then the figure title paragraph into the table title. This works also for lists of figure titles or table titles.

 

Best regards

 

Winfried

 

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Keeping the figure style with previous paragraph worked perfectly thank you for the suggestion!

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