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I'm probably reading this all wrong but I'm trying to create a way of getting my outline lesson plans into a more "PC orientated" grid. We usually use Word boxes/tables but I want to do it in OG from my OOPro outlines. My outline follows this pattern:
Title
Objectives
---How Science Works
---Ideas
Resources
Starter Activity
---Instructions
---Ideas
---Etc
Main
---Instructions
---Ideas
---Etc
Finisher
---Instructions
---Ideas
---Etc

Then I want to add a few other boxes for other stuff.

I was thinking that if I set up a graffled document style it would take my outline and drop it into the correct boxes. But it doesn't. I have tried every which way. When I move a box, the outline object wanders down the list. I get lines everywhere. It always ends up as the default "basic", even with the boxes unchecked.

Is what I'm doing impossible?

Please see attached file for an idea of what I'm trying to achieve
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