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Thank you for your reply. I understand creating a section, as I said in my
original post, and that you make it two column, but as I said, if I "fill it
up" with content, it just bleeds onto the next page, inside of one of the
columns on the pages where I do have a 2 column page setup - I have to
manually place a hard return or intentionally end a sentence on the section
of the previous page, so the section doesn't jump to the differently
formatted next page.

I want to avoid having to manually watchdog my section. Or are you saying I
should not have any 2 column pages at all, as a base, but let the section
bleed into the other non chapter opening pages, which I should keep as
single column, which will "transform" into a two column page when the
section from the previous page bleeds into it? I suppose that could work but
it seems sloppy, I guess not that I'm all that concerned about sloppy or
not, if the end result looks nice.

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