Re: Re: How to get page breaks to work for printing
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- Subject: [mg65070] Re: [mg65024] Re: [mg65012] How to get page breaks to work for printing
- From: bsyehuda at gmail.com
- Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2006 05:59:49 -0500 (EST)
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I agree that setting the cell options is the way to go. However, you needn't
to go directly into the cell with direct editing. I do it a lot but this is
not recommended to inexperienced users.
An alternative way is to click on the cell bracket and then either
CTRL+SHIT+O or Format menu -> Options Inspector
Then you can safely look and set the options you like (PageBreakBelow etc.)
On 3/13/06, David Annetts <davidannetts at aapt.net.au> wrote:
> Hi Diana
> > Can someone please tell me how to insert a page break for
> > printing? I inserted a PageBreakBelow statement, but it did
> > not seem to relate to the printed page.
> > I have a line of comment which I want to print above a plot.
> > Without a page break, the comment line prints on the previous
> > page to the plot, and this makes reading the article confusing.
> The only way I have found to guarentee a page break where I want one, is
> edit the code for the cell directly. Ctrl-Shift-E gets you the expression
> which will make up a cell and you can set PageBreakBelow or PageBreakAbove
> to True (eg PageBreakAbove->True) as one of the options to the cell ie put
> it before the last square bracket.
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