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PAGE BREAK UPON PRINTING

PAGE BREAK UPON PRINTING

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How can I make a page break to occur when somebody prints a page.  It is not fancy.  Just some text.  Also, I have an htm file in the web created in Word.  Again not fancy.  But I want the page break to occur at the proper place.  Surely there is a way.  I'm using FP 2002

RE: PAGE BREAK UPON PRINTING

i dont think you can
if you create the page in A4/Letter chunks then the printer will do the rest.

thats why some webs have a link to a printable version.

Aaron Taylor
John Mutch Electronics
www.jme.com.au

RE: PAGE BREAK UPON PRINTING

I needed this function the other day as I had a web form I need to break when it was printed as it went over to A4 sheets. All you do is stick this line of code in where you want the break to appear

<p style="page-break-before: always">

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