The BANA template was
specifically set up so page numbers could be inserted without any other
intervention ... which accounts for the difference between that
template and any of the others.
Joanmarie Diggs wrote on 4/17/2006, 2:52 PM:
* * * * This message is via list duxhelp at freelists.org. * To unsubscribe, send a blank message with * unsubscribe * as the subject to<smile> I did not use either of those styles. Can you tell I don't use the BANA template as much as I should?I didn't number the pages in Word. Instead, I just imported the document into Duxbury with the soft page breaks as they were. When I do this using Duxbury's textbook format, the text that follows a reference page number is not formatted as a new paragraph.--Joanie
I also just tested the BANA page number and it's fine in both Word and DBT.
From: duxhelp-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:duxhelp-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Susan
Sent: Monday, April 17, 2006 3:42 PM
Subject: [duxhelp] Re: The BANA template creates new paragraphs when reference page numbers appear mid-page
Joanie, did you used the RefPageNumberEmbed style (which is a character style),
vs the RefPageNumber style?
I'm attaching a Word file for you to check out. If you open this in DBT using the
BANA template, you should find the runover after the page number is at the margin
as it should be.