I am working on the 1950 Census. I noticed a problem with an image. It is for Ohio Greene County enumeration district 29-49, sheet #2. The problem is that line #23 did not get recorded and it throws off the rest of the page.
@Joe Greer_2 Looking at sheet 2 of ED 29-49 in Greene County, Ohio of the 1950 US Census. I see that line 23 was indexed as Pat R Maston. But she is not indexed as part of a household. You can fix that. I think the best tactic is to go to Vincent C Martbaum, the head of that household, and add her as a Sibling-in-Law. Her are the basic steps and I'll link you to some Help Center articles that provide more details:
On the census image (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QHK-9QHW-W9TS-6?view=index&groupId=TH-7772-115386-50627-45), to the right of the image, is a panel. At the top of the panel, if you don't see the Image Index, click View. Then click Image Index.
Scroll down the image index until you see Vincent C Martbaum. Click the arrow to the right of his name.
To the right of Relationships, click the pencil icon.
Click +Add or Remove Fields.
In Family Relationships, find and click Sibling-in-Law. it will appear now at the top in a blue bubble. Click Save Fields
Now, you have a box where you can enter Pat R Maston. As you type, names appear from the image. Click the one that matches. I didn't want to make the change myself, so I didn't go any further than this. Hopefully the remaining steps will be apparent. Here is a Help Center article that details how to correct relationships: