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How to enter pagination into RichEdit

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Is there a possibility to show page breaks in a richedit text?
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Hi atss,

The RTF tag for a page break is \page, but because of the limited subset of RTF in the richedit component, the problem can be that it is not recognized as a tag bus as simple text. You could probably insert it from the clipboard but before you                 invest any time into that you should run a little test: Create a small testfile with a hard pagebreak in Word or your favourite word processor, save it as RTF, load it into a rich edit control and print it. Is the page break there or not?

I believe it's not implemented in richedit control, so it's not possible.

Zif.
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