How do you insert a new section within a document between two others without the new section becoming part of the section above it?

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How do you insert a new section within a document between two others without the new section becoming part of the section above it? When you collapse the section above the newly inserted one, the newly inserted one disappears with it. Using Lotus Notes 6.5 for an internal web site.
ASKED: October 20, 2008  4:22 PM
UPDATED: October 21, 2008  6:28 PM

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This can sometimes be difficult, as you’ve seen. To manage this, I recommend right clicking the existing section titles and choosing Remove Section. (you might get a way with doing this only to the first section.) This should remove the section but not remove the contents of the section. Insert your new information, then select each portion of the page in turn and assign new sections, titles, etc.

If you work with sections for a while, you will probably get better at this and more careful to make sure there is a line between sections so new sections can easily be inserted in the future without using this workaround.

I would also investigate using a tabbed table instead of sections. Tabbed tables are pretty handy for providing web page navigation. Adding and removing rows are easier to manage using the table structure.

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