Hello Willmadd and welcome to the forum.
The key here is to find a way to trap, as close as possible, just the lines of the report that contain the address details. There may be something else less obvious than the example in the learning guide but just as effective in NOT identifying the District above and the other information below.
You may also be able to use something like a Page header template to make the 'District' information 'invisible' for the part of the process that digs out addresses and details in general.
You might also find that the line(s) below and address often have more text than is allowed by the address width - so any characters there mean it is not an address line. Another idea is identifying a way of filtering out wrong lines before Address procesing if they cannot be excluded by a trap mechanism.
Unfortuenatly these things are usually VERY sensitive to the way the report presents AND address processing as prone to so many data issues that it is often less than 100% successful. BUT, despite that, the amount of work saved can be huge so it is worth persevering with it.
Do these observations help start you off in a useful direction?
Let us know how you get on.
How do the other addresses look? Do you always have the “001XXX 26 W110....”line after each address, and is there a consistent pattern to the product line?
210 W WXXXXX
CXXXXX IL XXXX
001XXX 26 W110XXXX PAPER XXX-XXXX XXXXXX
999 The Main Road
ORLANDO FL 123456
999YYY 99 W110XXXX PAPER XXX-XXXX XXXXXX
If so, you could create a multi line sample from the top of the address down to the product line and trap on line 5 on three numerics and three alphas for example. Then highlight the first line of the address and use blank field values on the advanced tab.
You may need to adjust this if you have variable number of lines in the address or many product lines, but it should work in principle.
If you can post a larger sample of the report, we can probably come up with a specific suggestion.