I ran across something very odd after editing the Footnote Continuation Notice.
In a memo I was doing, I had some footnotes that continued from page to page, so I added a "(continued...)" message in the Footnote Continuation Notice. But once I added this message, our firm logo on the first page of the memo would not print. The logo still showed up in Print Preview, but it would not print. I tried another printer -- same result.
I have attached the document. I have replaced our firm logo with a typewritten logo "FIRM LOGO". It appears in a graphics box in the First Page Header.
Try printing the first page before you do anything to the document. The "FIRM LOGO" should print fine. Then go into the Footnote Continuation Notice and add "(continued...)". (I like to right-flush that message, but the problem occurs whether you left-flush it or right-flush it.) Now print page 1 again. Every time I try this, "FIRM LOGO" does not print even though it is still there in Print Preview.
Any idea what's going on?