I'm fairly new to InDesign for complex documents (in a past life I used it for magazine layout, but I'm now typesetting a 300 page book using it) and have probably made a rookie error.
My main body text Master Page uses a Primary Text Frame which was linked across the spread. I pasted 90,000 words into it and it automatically reflowed as expected, adding all the pages I needed. So far, so good.
I then did some rearranging, moving pages around (the text is a collection of interviews, which I wanted in a different order). This too seemed fine. I also inserted page breaks at the end of each interview so there was a clean break between each item.
One page has gone a little weird: the page break came at the very end of a page, meaning the following page is now blank. If I delete that blank page, the page which takes its place isn't the next one in the pagination, but the next one that was originally there before I re-ordered pages. The same thing happens if I use the arrow keys and try to navigate down onto the blank page: I jump from p149 to p63, not p150.
This effectively means I have a blank page I can't delete. Is there any hope for me here, or will I have to manually re-set all the text? Rearranging the pages wasn't the quickest job in the world and I'd sooner not do it again.
If there's a better way to group each individual item and move them around without manually dragging pages around the spread, though, I'm all ears...