Fastest way I know is to select all and see what comes up....
I think you'd do better by using the pen tool to customize the wrap path on the decorative cap, then you wouldn't need to worry about an invisible frame.
I think you'd do better by using the pen tool to customize the wrap path on the decorative cap
I did not know such a thing was possible ! Wonderful !
@Ceencha – to find "invisible" objects (in fact they are somehow visible to the application, because you can select them), you could use the Layers panel.
There you can find all objects on the active spread.
Just click on the small triangle at the layer name of the Layers Panel and expand the view to all objects within that layer.
You can see their generic names like "<Group>" or "<Rectangle>", if you did not rename the objects.
In case of a text frame its generic name is the start of the contents of the text frame like: "<This is my text frames' contents…>" or it is "<Textframe>", if there is no contents.
You can select them from the Layers panel.
Rename them if you wish to identify them more easily later.