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Multi Page frames, continuous linking

Multi Page frames, continuous linking

Multi Page frames, continuous linking

Hi all,

Sorry i use pagemaker lots, but i have yet to stumble on an automatic way to paste the same size text frame over multiple pages of the document in the same position without copying it manually throughout the document.

also when i make these continuous text frames, do they autolink from one to the next or does that have to be done manually?

RE: Multi Page frames, continuous linking

Let's clarify first what you are trying to do. Is the 'text frame' the only one on each page? If so, then it can be set up when the document is set up by specifying the margins (and columns if more than one per page). By doing it this way, any text added will autoflow into the same position on each page.

If there are more text frames on each page than this single continuing one, then no, you cannot have text autoflow and link automatically.

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