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Printing a second page beginning where I want it to

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I'm putting a form on a web page which when printed will take several pages.  I would like for each of the printed pages to begin at specific place i.e. a page break if I was using just a word processor.  Is there any html code that would be the "page break"?  Thanks.
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In theory, it is possible to do with CSS2.
In practice, no browser supports that yet, so your best bet will be to have a "regular" HTML page and a link for a "printer option" that will have the file as PDF or word format.
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I was afraid that might be the case.  I initially had it as a .pdf file but the people I was doing the web for thought that was "too complicated".  Thanks.
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