Early Music Lover wrote:
I can get each to work if I use Table of Contents, pick the one I want, flow the text into a new text box, and replace the existing text box with the new.
Not quite sure what you mean by this. You can't cut text from a TOC and paste it into a new frame without losing the TOC attribute. So I would delete any TOC that will not update, including the frame holding it, and create it again with a new frame (click and drag the frame when you first create it).
I only cut and paste because the original did not work. I did not create the original document and do not know how the TOCs were originally put in.
I will try your suggestion to create the text frames as new ones. One question, how will the new frame know which of the three TOCs to use?
Select the correct TOC style.
I placed one figure and one table into the document, recreated all of these in the template from scratch, and it all seems to be working. I realized the original had placeholder text, in the correct style, but if it was not originally generated, this could be why it did not work.
I've saved the template as an indt file, and will be using it later today or early next week for 17 other documents. That will be the text - if they work in the documents created from the template.
I will mark this answer as correct, and if I have any questions after I try to use it, I'll post them in this thread as well.
You're welcome. Have a happy holiday.