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Re: [tdf-discuss] Question


On Thu, 2011-05-26 at 19:03 +0200, Johnny Rosenberg wrote:
2011/5/26 Fernand Vanrie <sos@pmgroup.be>:
 Marius ,

You need for that a different page style for every kind of article

Hello! I am Marius Popa again, with a new question for you. Is it possible
to add headers and footers with a different context depending on the pages
I
want to edit? Here, I refer to magazine, which have different headers and
footers depending on the kind of every article. Thanks in advance.


Yes, a different page style for every article is the way to go.

You do not necessarily need a different page style. It is possible to do
this with one or two page styles using variable fields in the headers
and footers, although this depends on what information you want to go
into the headers and footers and how you have set up the articles.
General instructions for this are given in the chapter on Fields in the
Writer Guide. User guides such as the Writer Guide have variable footer
information.

--Jean
Jean Hollis Weber
LibreOffice Documentation Team





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