Cold Fusion 8 Report Builder - page number not at bottom of page

Posted on 2011-03-21
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I have added code to put page number at end of each report subsection... but if table is not long then page number can be like 3 or 4 inches from bottom of the page.

how do I force the page number to always be say 1 in or 0.75 in from bottom of each page?

I have the page number at end of each report in the footer.... but it puts it into pdf "after the other content" instead of truly in the footer of that page.
Question by:torrid333
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You want to put it into a footer.

See the code for cfdocumentsection type footer...  You can also fix the height of the footer as well as the margin in your cfdocument

Can you show your code for cfdocument and cfsection footer?


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I'm using report builder not code.

The page number is in a "Page Footer" band but it just isn't acting like I think a footer should.
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oh sorry, I don't know report builder.  I guess I would check along the same lines; I am thinking that the footer height is stretching, so you need to set the height
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Still no answer on this one... still waiting for someone to help me with this.
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Why can't we just leave it alone?

Close it out if you must....  

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What's the point of posting questions if no one will answer them or we are continually bugged to delete them when YOUR SITE did not provide the answer.

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