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SmartForms: Bad foot-area on last page

Hello,

i have a table with a header and a foot-area.

The table is designed with one line after the header-area.

When i print the table, first i print the header-area, then the lines and then the position-data.

Example:

Position Material Price

-


10 abc 120,00

20 def 60,00

sum 180,00

Tax 20,00

total 200,00

Everything would be ok, when the foot-area is completely on the last page.

My problem is only when the foot-area is splitted.

On the "before last" page the foot-area starts.

On the last page i expect the complete header-area with its line and then the foot-area.

Example:

Position Material Price

-


10 abc 120,00

20 def 60,00

sum 180,00

<-- next page -->

Position Material Price

-


Tax 20,00

total 200,00

But the result is:

First there is the next foot-area-data, then the line, and then the rest of the

Example:

Position Material Price

-


10 abc 120,00

20 def 60,00

sum 180,00

<-- next page -->

Tax 20,00

-


total 200,00

I hope you can help?!

Greetings

Dirk

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    Nov 15, 2006 at 04:46 PM

    Wanted to check a basic thing.

    In the footer area .........

    You can set the conditions on the text elements to be printed only on the last page.

    Did you try that.

    Regards,

    Ravi

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      Hi Pulkit,

      ok, now i understand what you mean.

      Sorry that i missed to describe all the flags in my first message.

      The flags are the following (from the beginning of the formular):

      Header: 'at page break' and 'at last page'

      Foot: 'at last page'

      My idea was the same as yours and we both expect the same result..

      But read my first message again so you can see the reality.

      Regards,

      Dirk