For some reason, InDesign skips the last two lines of text to the next text frame, even though it still has room to finish the paragraph.
I was researching what can be programmed to avoid widows and orphans in the text and I gave him the order to keep the first two and last two lines of the paragraph together. So far so good, but in this case it keeps the last two lines together but lowers them. I check the base grid and it is correct, it is set so that it reaches the bottom margin and has the space.
And if I stretch the text frame, it brings me the following title without being able to avoid it, since even incorporating line breaks it lowers the two lines as well:
Does anyone know how to solve it?
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In order to troubleshoot, put your type cursor into the text and then right-click and edit the highlighted paragraph style. Do this for the subheading paragraph style, too. In each paragraph style, check to see what the Keep Options are set to. Sometimes too many keep options makes for a difficulty.
Hi! i've already applied this configuration and that's why the style keep the last two lines together. But nevertheless, and despite having space for those last lines in the previous paragraph, the software takes them to the next text frame and I don't know why. If you have another clue about this I'll appreciate it!