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Add text wrap to your anchored frames.
That was my initial thought when I created it this morning but regardles of which frame I add the text wrap to or what text wrap syle I use, it does not seem to make a difference.
OK, here's how text wrap works with anchored objects:
For inline and above line frames (the kind you get when you cut and paste directly into the flow of text), wrap applied to the pasted frame affects text from the point where you paste onward.
For custom postioned frames (the kind you get when dragging the square on the frame edge into the text, or by changing the type on an inline) that can be postioned anywhere on the page, but still move with the text, wrap applied to the anchored frame only affects text in lines following the line that has the anchor point.
Text wrap on an anchoed object never affects text in lines before the anchor. Can you show us a screen shot of the problem? I suspect you are using inlines and you need to change the way you have leading applied to the paragraph in order to push the anchored frame down.
Peter, you have done it again!
After 10 years of using Indesign on a daily basis I just found a menu I didnt know existed - the Anchored Object Options.
Not sure how I have never come across this menu before but exlporing the options in that menu seems to have solved my issues.