From: G. Ken Holman (gkholman@CraneSoftwrights.com)
Date: Sun Mar 09 2003 - 12:26:19 PST
At 2003-03-09 15:09 +0800, PIERRES@hthk.com wrote:
>But I am sorry about that I missed to mention one thing in my situation.
>My bill statement structure contain two type of pages (i.e. first summary
>pages and then detail pages).
>Using the approach you suggested, I can only fix the problem for summary
>But for detail pages, I need to start a new page-sequence
Do you, indeed, need to start a new page-sequence because of new geometry
or static-content? If not, consider using break-before="page" at the start
of the detail pages.
If you need different static-content but the same page geometry, then
consider using retrieve-markers to do the job.
>Also, I want to confirm that the folding maching page-sequence no. should be
>1 for page 16 in order to prevent the situation that none of the
>page-sequence bar detected.
Okay ... so 15 pages participate in every folded set? My suggestion will
still hold regardless of the number ... I just thought the hexadecimal
significance of 16 for the four bits represented by the absence and
presence of the four bars.
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