Hello @kendd, unfortunately I’m fairly sure that what’s causing that isn’t something you can fix yourself in Elements. It looks like at some point you made a change to this page specifically (perhaps adding the flow title directly on the page by double-clicking it? or maybe the running header at the top of the page?) When you edit a specific page, that creates a local page override - here’s information about that from the Pro manual.
The way to remove overrides and get the page to revert to its default formatting is only available in Dorico Pro. If you want to share the project (either here in this thread or PM it directly to me if you prefer) I or someone else can reset the page for you.
Depending on what it was you did (which I might be able to deduce anyway from the project), there’s almost certainly a non-override way of achieving that. If it was giving Flow 6 its title, here’s how we recommend you do that. (There is a slight difference between “flow names” that appear in the Flows panel in Setup mode, and the “flow title” that’s stored in Project Info, although if you rename the flow without ever changing the flow title, the two should remain in lockstep.)