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Re: [tdf-discuss] Feature Request: Locking pages


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From: Pad Ster <p4d573r@gmail.com>
To: discuss@documentfoundation.org
Date: Sun, 13 Nov 2011 16:55:55 -0500

I had an idea for a feature in LibreOffice.

Locking text to a page, or locking a page. So, if you want something on one
page, and for it not to move down when you add something to a page above.
If you run out of room on the page above it could add another page in, or
something.


You can do this now by inserting a manual page break. eg. You have a two
page document and you do not want anything you add to page one to move
the position of the text on page two. Position the caret (text insertion
point indicator) at the end of the text on page one, then select the
menu "Insert -> Manual Break... -> Page break" option.
Now if you add anything to page one which expands beyond it's capacity a
new page will be automatically inserted between the two original pages.

HTH

Dave


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