Currently Being ModeratedDec 8, 2012 10:50 AM (in response to PeterBreis0807)
Thanks for the reply, Peter but I have decided to let it go as it is. I'm sure most people won't even notice it.
I have a feeling I perhaps don't set my pages up correctly when I write. There seems to be no template for 'writing a book'.
Many thanks for trying to understand my problem.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 8, 2012 7:33 PM (in response to Jardange)
Each Chapter should be a separate Section of the document. In the Layout Inspector, Section Tab, choose First Page is Different. Then on the first page of each chapter put the chapter title in the Header. There are other ways to achieve the effect you are going for, but this seems the quickest to me.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 9, 2012 3:01 AM (in response to Jerrold Green1)
I have tried doing this but as I think I have created my book ad hoc this solution - simple as it seems it causes more problems than it solves.
I seem to have not formulated my book correctly - it looks okay but I have not done it right - so this won't work and I cannot find out how to correct it. I don't think I made each chapter a seperate section. I have tried adding section breaks but it still doesn't seem to help.
Many thanks for your brave attempt to help me but as the whole issue is raising my stress levels I think I will leave it as it is
Currently Being ModeratedDec 9, 2012 9:46 AM (in response to Jardange)
This is the sort of thing that you should work out before you begin adding content to your document, not after the book is entirely written. That way, the settings you make in the first Section are inherited by all successive Sections. Going back and changing these settings after the fact is tedious. Possible, if you practice the concepts on a draft document, but tedious none the less.