In number 6 delete to keep together with next 2 lines.
In 7: Never use several paragraph breaks in succession, it is a no go.
I would recommend to make all styles in InDesign only as Word has a complete different construction how styles are made. You can use them if you import a document and link an incoming word style to an existing InDesign style, which can be saved as template so you have not much to do if you import RTF with the same style names.
Thank you for answering on my thread.
6) Regarding number 6, I can't "delete" to move text around. There's only the space between the letters, InDesign have moved the paragraph or parts of it itself. There's nothing inbetween the lines that allows me to modify this, other than of course delete words, which isn't going to help in the long run
7) It was only to prove a point. It doesn't work no matter how few or many paragraph breaks I have in the text.
I see your point. But it doesn't correlate with our workflow. I'm the one putting it in InDesign, my author writes it in Word and puts the layout according to characters speaking etc., it's not something I can or should do. That's why I'm eager to get this problem solved, because our workflow need it done that way, and probably why Adobe designed the feature in the first place, so we can import without too much trouble.
Thanks and have a good day
Best regards Emil
It works a lot better now.
I do have a few style challenges, but I've managed to iron out the style setup in Word, making it easier for InDesign to adopt without changing. So I'm much happier now