my site navigation menu is missing on one of my pages

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Site navigation is missing one one of my tabs, how do I load it back on the one page
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I am not sure this will help, but if you did not delete it from that page, then it should still be there somewhere.  Could it be hidden by part of the header or a section box?  Try moving some of the elements at the top around to see if that is what happened.  This is 100% a guess.
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I have tried, thanks for the suggestion.
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HOW TO SEE ALL THE ELEMENTS ON A PAGE:
IN editor, Just try holding the CTRL key down and tapping A. This will highlight all the elements on the page. You should then be able to find the text box, click on it and delete.

You may have an element that's out of range. Try setting your page width to 1500. Use Page Settings > Background > Insert 1500 in the Page Width element > Save.
Depress the control key and press "A" to select all elements or right click your mouse and Select All. By doing this you'll have outlined all the elements. If an item is out of the range of your standard page width, you see it outlined. At this time you can select that one element and move it (unlock if needed) or delete it.

LAYERING ELEMENTS:
Layering procedure: Select the element > right click > choose your layering command.
The help section has no explanation for the "Bring Forward" "Send Back" elements in the Image Setting menu. I don't think they have any purpose currently. Perhaps they did. what we've been trying to make them do, at one time. The programmers should try fixing that. It's very misleading. Also, there's no other explanation for layering. Layering is an excellent feature. Now you know how to use it, you'll find many applications for it.
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ADDING A PAGE TO YOUR MENU:
You need to add new pages to your menu? If you don't, they will not be accessible. "Highlight" the site navigation menu by hovering your cursor over the menu and left click one time > The site navigation menu settings are on the right side of your monitor > Select Links > Select "+" > Browse your files and select the page you want to add > select the file and press OK in the command box > Scroll down to the bottom of the settings menu to insert "Page Name" > the new page element will be highlighted on the list > Move the new title to the desired position. 
Experiment with the Site Navigation Menu Settings tool. You can adjust font sizes and spacing.
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Add a menu: Select Insert > More > menu.
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Did you get this figure out? What page is missing? themieleman's suggestion above should work to add the page.

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