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Print Templates, Part III: HeaderFooter: A Final Word - Doc JavaScript


Print Templates, Part III: HeaderFooter

A Final Word

In this column we continued our series on print templates. We showed you how to write a simple print template that supports headers and footers. We presented two templates, template4 and template5. The first one places the headers and footers after the last page has been laid out. The second one places the headers and footers with the pages themselves, and updates the total number of pages at the end. We explained how to pass the header parameters via the dialogArguments variable, and how to reflect the user's instructions regarding the header's and footer's HTML. You need to download a Microsoft application that can load your print templates and the documents you want to print. We demonstrated how to use it.

In this column you have learned:

You could see the full code listing of template4 on Page 7 and the code listing of template5 on Page 8. You could load them both from the enclosed zipped file.

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