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You're seeing the program's ripple editing feature.
To override it, hold down the Ctrl key as you add your new clips.
Steve--Thanks so much--of course that worked like a charm! :) I can always count on you to know right away what I'm doing wrong!! I do have one more question--why did the ripple feature only kick in towards the end? I had 1 hour and 6 minutes of audio tracks that didn't cause any of the ripples, then it seemed to happen out of nowhere. I don't *think* I was doing anything differently up to that point. I'm mystified! But also very, very thankful to know the cure--I'll be doing some last minute touch-ups and then I'll be ready to burn this one! Yahoooooo!!!!! :) Take care, Tina
It's always been there, Tina. (It's what makes your clips snap left as you add them to the timeline.) You just didn't notice it because you weren't placing clips that the program thought were inserts until the end.
Lots of great tips like that in my book, of course. ;)