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New page before / after in ASCII text documents

New page before / after in ASCII text documents

New page before / after in ASCII text documents

(OP)
Hello,
is there a possibility how to set page brakes between to objects - when printing into text format?

I choose "New page before" parameter in first detail section but something wrong (all objects are printed together - without page brakes...)

Many thanks for help.
Petr

Best regards
Petr

RE: New page before / after in ASCII text documents

You need to export as 'Paginated Text', not just 'Text'.

RE: New page before / after in ASCII text documents

(OP)
Hi rhinok, thank you for your help. But it's still not working well...I have used paginated text (60 lines per page) but but no page break seem's to be inserted befor each deatil section as required...Any idea?
Please help, this is very important issue for us.
Thank you very much.

Best regards
Petr

RE: New page before / after in ASCII text documents

If you're viewing the text output in notepad, you should see an ascii pagebreak symbol.  You may need to open the output in Wordpad or Word in order to take advantage of the page breaks.

RE: New page before / after in ASCII text documents

(OP)
You're right. Thank you very much.
Petr

Best regards
Petr

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