Thank you Jerry.
I did see where the <b> and </b> caused the bold type, and I actually like that in the report. I didn't realize the carriage return so I will probably add that. Do you know if the carriage return affects the Narrative report (NEHGS) when you have the three options of "keep fact sentences in same paragraph", "new paragraph after every fact", or "new paragraph after facts with notes"? I can just play with it to see. Just wondered if there was one you use over the others. Right now I have "new paragraph after every fact" and it's awful, but that's because of the standard fact sentences. It might work pretty well when I change the sentences and add notes into the fact notes.
I was thinking it was better to create new facts because I didn't want to lose the default sentence templates. However, changing them at the same time using Lists->Fact Type List means I can just as easily go back and change them back to the default if I choose.
I do have a couple other questions about some of your sentences. Just want to make sure I understand them. You have a few that are just the bold title: then your note. For example: Namesake: (after the Birth info for Sallie Jane Cole) and Gravemarker: (after the Burial for Sallie J. Peters). Are those facts with just the <b>Namesake:</b> with date and place empty or did you just put those titles in the fact notes for Birth and Burial? I can see where that may easiest to do (putting them in the notes) instead of creating a new fact for them. (I actually just tried putting them in the note for the fact and it works like a charm! I just opened a fact note, did a carriage return to start the note under the fact sentence, typed Namesake: and a generic note, then looked at a report. It worked perfectly!)
So glad I have tomorrow off from work. Got some more work to do on this database. Thank you again!!