Re: Temporary style change in a notebook?
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- Subject: [mg57262] Re: [mg57259] Temporary style change in a notebook?
- From: Chris Chiasson <chris.chiasson at gmail.com>
- Date: Sun, 22 May 2005 03:59:49 -0400 (EDT)
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You could close the InsertPageBreak cell. It wouldn't be _zero_
height, but it would be close and not that noticeable in printouts.
On 5/22/05, AES <siegman at stanford.edu> wrote:
> Is there a "SetOption" type command -- sort of a "SetStyle" command --
> that I can put at the beginning of a notebook so that all cells of a
> given style (all Subsections, maybe) in that notebook will have a
> PageBreakAbove inserted in them?
> Or an inconspicuous command I can put into any non-Input cell that will
> force the same thing?
> Or a "force a page break here, and don't print yourself" Input cell I
> can insert where wanted?
> I know how to edit notebook style sheets to accomplish the first option
> above -- but I don't want to change the default style sheet, and I'd
> just as soon not use a custom style sheet for every notebook. And
> InsertPageBreak:=StylePrint[" ","Output",PageBreakAbove->True];
> accomplishes the third option, but I haven't figured out how to not have
> this line appear in the resulting printout, along with an unwanted blank
> print line.
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