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Anchor Text to bottom of last page using Adobe Lifecycle

Postby jayhawk » Mon Aug 20, 2007 7:04 pm

Can someone tell me how to to print a disclaimer on the bottom of the LAST page? not after the last line but at the bottom of the last page. It's got to be within the context area... correct?

It can't be on the master page, otherwise it'd print at the bottom of every page and that's not what I want.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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Postby shreekanth_sap » Mon Sep 17, 2007 5:03 pm

Try creating that in a separate sub-form within the master page after the tables or whatever you have. That should take care of it.
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Re: Anchor Text to bottom of last page using Adobe Lifecycle

Postby stjacqd » Wed Sep 23, 2009 11:31 am

Hi

I do have a similar situation. I need to display a text at the bottom of the last page only.

The solution of shreekenth_sap doesn't work for me. The text is shown on each pages and not only on the last page.

Is anybody found a solution for this?

Regards
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Re: Anchor Text to bottom of last page using Adobe Lifecycle

Postby stjacqd » Thu Sep 24, 2009 11:14 am

Hello All

I have a solution, I don'tknow if it is the right one but it does work for me.

1. Create another master page (page 2)
2. Copy the information of the master page (page 1) that I want to have copied on the second page. ( Logo, page numbet etc.)
3. Create a subform containing the information that needs to be displayed on the last page only (page 2)
4. Select the new master page (page 2), go tothe object tab, pagination subtab and select the "last page (in page set)" option at the placement field.
5. Select the Master Page from the hiererchy tab, into the object tab, I selected the page set tab and in the printing field, Select "Print on Front Side Only".

I hope that can help.

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