Unwanted reflow if a give press enter anywhere in this document. For example in the below screen If I give enter after stomachache in the next paragraph the word "dirty" comes down. Anyone know the reason behid this issue.
Line breaks are fluid when you have "Adobe Paragraph Composer" active (Preferences > Advanced Type). At that setting, InDesign optimizes line breaks based on a multi-line analysis. To make it more static, you'd have to use "Adobe Single-line Composer," but this will, in general, make all your paragraph composition less consistent.
John's right but Paragraph vs. Single-line composer is not an all or nothing proposition. You can switch between paragraph and single-line composer at the paragraph level (i.e. for a specific paragraph. Just click in the paragraph and in the panel menu of the Paragraph panel, choose Single-line composer instead of Paragraph Composer. That should. resolve the problem in which you describe.
Thanks for your reply,
If I changed that particular to single line composer my issue was fixed. If I removed the footnote on that page that issue was also fixed. Apart from Single line composer there is any issue in footnote?
If I cut that paragraph "If your reaction to your..," and paste in text edit and again paste in the sample place in InDesign application file this issue has been fixed. I think there will some junk text in that particular paragraph? or it relates to some unknow bug?
Don't press enter - use a Paragraph Spacing.
And use of paragraph styles would ease things considerably, if not already used.
In general we will use paragraph space only, just for testing only I do like that.
Keep Options might be a good alternative as well. You can force the entire paragraph to start in the next frame/column/etc.