Hi, Im making a paper and I have noticed that there´s an "invisible" line in one of my pages that pushes the text away. I can see the line if I "mark all" but I can´t activate it and delete it and I can´t grab it and move it from my page. Does anyone know what to do?
That's way too general to even point you in the right direction. It could be any of almost a dozen things.
Can you post a screen shot of the layout, with the highlighting that shows what you see?
As you can see above, the line (the one the pink arrow points at) pushes the text away.
You can only see it if you "mark all", otherwise its invisible.
If you try to grab it with your black pointer it doesn´t work either.
It´s kind of stuck on the page
It looks as if you have your text split into too many separate frames, and they are interfering with the intended flow.
It is not usual InDesign practice to put a text frame to hold each "block" of text, as you might in Illustrator. One frame, or a few coordinated and linked frames on a page is more appropriate, with paragraph styles to manage spacing, etc.
Your "line" looks as if it's space between frames, or maybe one frame pushing text around in another.
This looks like a Frame - and it looks like it has Text Wrap applied to it
It looks like a diagonal line to me, and it's behind the frames in the stacking order which is why it's hard to select.
Holding down the Cmd (Mac) or Ctrl (PC) key while clicking with the selection tool will allow you to move down through the stack, or open the Layers Panel, find one of the text frames and start looking for a line object listed below it on the layer or on any layer below that layer. Click the little thumb to right of the object name to select.
Hello and thanks, I will have a go...
Thanks Willi, you solved my problem =D