Why not just redefine the style on the heading to start on a new page?
No Idea why, but the 'keep option - start on new page' is not exported into epub (maybe buggy, or I've done something wrong), so we decided to break documents in the export panel at ' new page' style.
So I've to insert it before each heading, but sometimes it is very time consuming.
This GREP should add a page preak befor any paragraph:
Find: ^. and set the find format to your heading paragraph style
Change to : ~P$0
What this search is doing is looking for the first character in any paragrapgh and replacing it with a page break and itself.
Thank you very much, worked like a charm.
You have been extremely helpfull.
I have a problem along these lines that I have not found the answer to by searching, and neither have I been able to start a new discussion on this. (These forums are kind of hard to figure out)
I want to know if there is a way to keep paragraphs from breaking into the next frame/page. I do not want the information broken up between pages/frames. I want breaks to be only on hard returns, not soft ones or in the middle of a paragraph.
I am using InDesign CS4, on Windows 7.
You have to set it in while setting paragrapgh options, under the section Keep options... There you can choose between several options, like keep first 3 lines together, or even the whole stuff.
Where do I find Paragraph Options? I've looked at all the menus and haven't found it, nor do I see anything that looks like it on my tooboxes. (Indesign CS4 on Windows 7)
Look in the flyout panel of your Paragraph panel.
(Or in the Online Help -- a resource a lot of people seem to overlook... It's even *called* "Keep Options". ...
>I have a problem along these lines that I have not found the answer to by searching, and neither have I been able to start a new discussion on this. (These forums are kind of hard to figure out)
... on the top right of THIS web page I can see a heading "Actions", with below it the text "Start a discussion" ...)
Finally found it. THANK YOU!!