Not all of Text in Running Header Showing up

Explorer ,
Oct 08, 2018 Oct 08, 2018

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HI - I have a Running Header issue that just needs an "aha moment".

Its a simple set up - I have a Running Header set up properly. That variable pulls from a very lengthy PTag, lets call it H3.

It is on a right master page and flush right to the page.

When I view it in my body page the P-Tag (H3) is XXX.004.00 – This is the full length of the Paragraph Tag Called Heading 3.

But the running header (right flush with the page) looks like this: XXX.004.00 – This is the full length of the Paragraph Tag Called

Again, it is right flush, and there is plenty of space on the left hand side to pull out the title and have a complete title showing. Instead, it cuts off the title.

I suspect it is in the Advanced tab on Paragraph Designer for Header, but no matter what I change the numbers to on that page, I still don't get the whole title.

(The same P-tag shows up as a left hand master page header on the opposite side, and there is no problem viewing the whole Heading 3.

Anyone want to enlighten me? Thx!

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Explorer , Oct 08, 2018 Oct 08, 2018
I think I figured this out -  if I remove the tabs and right justify the Running H/F, it solves this issue. Anyone -  feel free to point out a better / different way.Thx.

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I think I figured this out -  if I remove the tabs and right justify the Running H/F, it solves this issue.

Anyone -  feel free to point out a better / different way.

Thx.

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