You've got "keep with next 1 lines" set.
So it's keeping the last two lines of this paragraph with 1 line of the next paragraph.
Set the "keep with next" to 0 and it should be fine.
Interesting, thanks so much. I was thinking unchecking "Keep with Previous" was the same as putting 0 in the box, but I was wrong.
… I was thinking unchecking "Keep with Previous" was the same as putting 0 in the box, but I was wrong.
that's simply a bug.
That should be fixed.
I'd report it here:
Why do you say that's a bug? Keep with previous is a different logic then keep with next, and the two do not affect one another directly. I can easily see a case where you have a paragraph style that requires the paragraph to remain with the body text paragraph immediately before it but you don't want that earlier paragraph to have a keep option to always keep with the following text.
I view it like fastening two boards together with screws. Keep with next drives the screws from board one into board two; Keep with previous drives the screws from board two into board one. They are neither mutually exclusive nor mutually required -- you can drive the screws from either side, or both, depending on your need.
you are right.
Maybe I've seen the two options always grouped together:
My fault. I certainly have to rethink.
Sample: A table with its title as a second para below!
Sometimes, we'll have tables without title! … But we never won't have a title without table!
So, the good choice could be:
Table para: no "Keep"
Title: "Keep Previous"
Because of the way those two options are placed in the dialog box, Keep with Next ___ Lines looks like a subset of Keep with Previous. This is not the first time I have seen a user on here make that assumption.