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Forcing a new page half way through printing a document

Posted on 2001-07-15
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Hello Notes Experts

I have looked in vain for a function that would be called something like @NewPage, expecting it to behave like @NewLine except that it would force a new page.

Any ideas on how I can force a new page?

I know I could pad out the document with blank lines, but that isn't very elegant, and, as the data varies in length from document to document, some documents will skip to a new page at the wrong time.

Thanks for any advice you can offer.

Kind Regards

Iain MacRae
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This one is easy : when in your designer, place your cursor where you want the page break, then click in the menu on Create, Page Break.
That's it.

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Jerrith
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Thanks very much Jerrith.

I wish everything was so easy.

I scoured the online help and couldn't find any mention of this.

Best Regards

Iain MacRae
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You're welcome!
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