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Re: Page Breaks

From: "Fred" <fred@----.--->
Date: 1/25/2007 9:28:00 AM

Thanks for the post.  WIth CSS I still have to figure out where the page 
breaks go.  My reports generated with XSL are dynamic and not static so I do 
not know at design time where I should put the page breaks.  Any ideas?

"Martin Honnen" <mahotrash@y...> wrote in message 
> Fred wrote:
>> I am transforming XML using XSL to html for reporting.  I use tables to 
>> display the data.  I am looking for a way to break up the page so tables 
>> are not split on to two pages but rather put a page break in.  Any ideas?
> HTML documents can be styled with CSS so you could write a stylesheet for 
> media print that uses the CSS 2 print properties like page-break-before or 
> page-break-after. That way it is not an XSLT/XML problem but rather a CSS 
> problem as you would simply use XSLT to generate an HTML document 
> containing or linking to the CSS.
> <>
> shows the CSS properties IE supports.
> -- 
> Martin Honnen --- MVP XML


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