Depending on the Wrap Inspector text wrap settings and the nature of the content, you could be pushing the text off the end of the document. Sounds odd, but Word Processing template documents that have more graphics than text can fail to properly handle the text placement as large graphics are added.
I understand what you're saying, but the image is pasted in odd places in the doc., sometimes on another page. So, I cleck floating, and when moving it, I sometimes lose pages. Somehow, I managed to get the project done, but with a lot of undoing and saving after each step. Is there a way to manage the floating? It would be great if all images and text boxes are floating without clicking wach time.
Thank you for you time and help.
My guess is you have hammered away at returns and spaces to position your text.
Menu > View > Show Invisibles
As you move or delete floating images within the text area it is pushing those returns etc over the end of the page or not. Pages only shows pages with text on it which includes those "invisibles".
Position text and objects using before and after spacing and the amount of wrap on the objects and remove any isolated returns and spacing. Then insert Page or Section breaks where you want a new page.
Best in these circumstances is also to insert the images inline ie pasted into the text usually on a line of its own.