Vonda, You say you are producing Free Notes. I believe that means you are creating Citations that are Free Notes, rather than a reference to a predefined source record. Your problem has been discussed at length on this board because it is a bug in UFT3.0. I don't think you are doing anything wrong. Basically, all of a text block after a citation is lost and you just see a big "hole" in your FJ report. I don't think there is a problem if the citation is at the end of the text, but I just haven't bothered to investigate the limits of this problem. The only work-around we have found, if you insist on putting citations in the middle of your text blocks (where they probably belong) is to produce the FJ reports using an older version of UFT. I think versions 2.8 and 2.9 work fine (well, I do have a couple of complaints, but those relate to design decisions, not bugs).