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I dont know exactly what you are trying to do but you can try this. If you have table which runs trough multiple pages, you can first divede this tabel, that cells on separate pages would represent stand alone table. Than you can fit textframe to this table. When addressing indention poin you will get right position.
In your case when table start at 3rd and ends on 10th page you would get 8 tables in 8 textframes on its own page. If textframes are linked and table is smaller than textframe you will have problem when addressing first insertion point on 4th or any other page. That why you should fit textframe to table:
Now when you set
app.activeDocument.pages.textFrames.insertionPoints you will get position before table or
app.activeDocument.pages.textFrames.insertionPoints[-1] you will get position after table
Thanks for the tips.
This line also works better, doesn't it?
Are you assuming that textFrames is the first text frame on the page, positionally speaking? Because that is not necessarily the case.
[At least, I don't thnk that it is...]
I don't quite catch your meaning, John.
To be precise, there is one textframe on each page. Else objects that I need to insert into the textframe are on master page.
Well, then you have nothing to worry about, so nevermind.
Usually does but not in a matter of linked frames.