Formating HTML for printing
I know some HTML but not a lot. Is there a way to embed vertical *and* horizontal
page breaks into HTML so that when I print a huge page, it gets broken up
into multiple pages at the points I determine?
We have a report (written in ActiveReports) that is exported to HTML. Before
the export to HTML, it is comprised of multiple pages (sometimes hundreds).
These pages extend both vertically and horizontally. When we try to print
this HTML page, the printer breaks up the page where ever it feels like.
This will not do. We want to specify exactly where the page is to be broken
Re: Formating HTML for printing
"Jeff Pipes" <JeffP622@msn.com> wrote in message
> I know some HTML but not a lot. Is there a way to embed vertical *and*
> page breaks into HTML so that when I print a huge page, it gets broken up
> into multiple pages at the points I determine?
You can use the following CSS2 code, which works in the later versions of
IE, but I'm not sure it works with any version of Netscape:
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