I am working on a two-column online magazine. It's made up of multiple stories. I seeing a strange little line at the foot of every page of one story, between the two columns, just above the page number (nowhere else in the document - just this one story). I've tried turning off the visibility of the layers one by one. It's part of the main text layer.
Does anyone know what it is and how I can remove it?
I'm not a novice user, but I may well be missing something obvious here. I'd be grateful for any help.
Delete the text frame and see if there's anything under it. If that line goes away with it show up the text in the story editor.
BTW, that's not in a table, is it?
Thank you for your reply.
It's not a table. It's ten pages of text formatted as two-columns. I have deleted the text frame - there is nothing underneath. It seems to be part of the text frame.
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Check the text frame options for a column rule.
There was an attribute applied to the Object style. Clcaring this solved the problem. I don't know what the attribute was, but I'm glad it's gone.
Many thanks for your help - much appreciated.