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    Please excuse a beginner's question, but in QuarkXpress7, if you import text that exceeds the current page (in project or in book), where does the rest of the text go? I looked up something about autopage being selected, but it is selected, and yet the text does not seem to spill onto page 2 etc.
    Thanks for catering to a newbie.

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    It is contained in the text box, but isn't shown.

    If you want it to continue to the next page, you have to insert a page, add a text box and link the boxes together. Text will continue through all the linked boxes you have in the order you've linked them.

    Auto paging is used by making an auto page marker on the master page. Quark will then write the correct folio to correspond to your document where ever you put the auto page marker.
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