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Adding continued to table header if goes more than one page

Mario Madunic

I’m trying to have the word ‘continued’ added to a table header when it spans more than one page. How might this be accomplished. I’m using AHF 5.

 

Thanks

 

Marijan (Mario) Madunic

Publishing Specialist

New Flyer Industries



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Re: Adding continued to table header if goes more than one page

G. Ken Holman
At 2011-01-31 13:57 -0600, Mario Madunic wrote:
>I’m trying to have the word ‘continued’
>added to a table header when it spans more than
>one page. How might this be accomplished. I’m using AHF 5.

By using <retrieve-table-marker> in the table header, something like:

   <retrieve-table-marker retrieve-class-name="cont"/>

In your table, start with a zero-height row
first, and put a blank marker in that first row.
Then have a zero-height row next, and put the
continuation string in that marker.

   <table-body>
     <table-row>
       <table-cell>
         <marker class-name="cont"/>
         <block/>
       </table-cell>
     </table-row>
     <table-row>
       <table-cell>
         <marker class-name="cont">continued</marker>
         <block/>
       </table-cell>
     </table-row>

Then put all of your rows out.

The header on the first page will catch the first
marker, and the header on every other page will catch the second marker.

I hope this helps.

. . . . . . . . . . . Ken


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RE: Adding continued to table header if goes more than one page

Mario Madunic
Thanks Ken,

Worked like a charm.

Marijan (Mario) Madunic
Publishing Specialist
New Flyer Industries

-----Original Message-----
From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of G. Ken Holman
Sent: Monday, January 31, 2011 2:36 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: Adding continued to table header if goes more than one page

At 2011-01-31 13:57 -0600, Mario Madunic wrote:
>I’m trying to have the word ‘continued’
>added to a table header when it spans more than
>one page. How might this be accomplished. I’m using AHF 5.

By using <retrieve-table-marker> in the table header, something like:

   <retrieve-table-marker retrieve-class-name="cont"/>

In your table, start with a zero-height row
first, and put a blank marker in that first row.
Then have a zero-height row next, and put the
continuation string in that marker.

   <table-body>
     <table-row>
       <table-cell>
         <marker class-name="cont"/>
         <block/>
       </table-cell>
     </table-row>
     <table-row>
       <table-cell>
         <marker class-name="cont">continued</marker>
         <block/>
       </table-cell>
     </table-row>

Then put all of your rows out.

The header on the first page will catch the first
marker, and the header on every other page will catch the second marker.

I hope this helps.

. . . . . . . . . . . Ken


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Legal business disclaimers:  http://www.CraneSoftwrights.com/legal



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