I'm an Indesign newbie working on a multi-page calendar document. I used the Calendar Wizard script to create the calendar pages which worked nicely, but somehow I've done something to one page that I can't undo.
There is a frame on each page in which sits a table for the calendar dates. On every page bar one, the table sits nicely up against the edge of the frame. However on one page the table is indented slightly, and the frame shows a 'skew', as shown in the image. I've looked at all the measurements/text frame options for both the frame and table compared with other pages, and they're all the same. So how to correct this?
Advice gratefully received.
At some point you probably used the Direct Select tool instead of the Select tool (probably by accident) and moved a corner of the frame. You should be able to correct this by selecting the frame (use the Select tool, black arrow) and go to Object > Convert Shape > Rectangle.
Bingo! Thanks Peter. Better learn a bit more about the select tools.
Peter's answer was spot on. I always tell new InDesign users to not even touch the Direct Selection tool (White arrow) until you are more familiar with the product. It will prevent a lot of headaches like the one you encountered ;-)