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Howdy, I've been away from AfPub for some time, unfortunately. How soon we forget. :-( What I'm trying to do now is put a very long text document into printable form. I have it set up as facing pages in which the pages are 5-1/2 x 8-1/2. This is not that difficult to set up. What's giving me problems is setting up the text continuation between paper pages. The very first printed page is the right side of the first sheet of paper. Then it continues to the left side of the second sheet of paper, then the right side of the same sheet of paper, then the left of the next sheet etc. How do I set up the continuation into the left sides of the sheets of paper? I can't figure out how to close the link that has the document text going from right to left of the next sheet of paper. It won't work to have the right side of a page continue to the left side of the same page, it needs to drop to a new paper page. :-P James
Aloha y'all. . . I am thrilled that Affinity is becoming a bit more widespread and advancing nicely as the logical replacement for those greedy "rascals" over at Adobe... (wink) * * * I am thinking of using it as the tool to create and distribute a family reunion DVD-based document along with images from past reunions on the same DVD. I expect to create links in the text document that will have links to any images in which that individual appears. Is that sort of thing possible? I know we can probably link URLs on the Internet and bookmarks located in the same document... I'd just like to be able to create an SQL report from a database; include that list in the Publisher narrative; and have links from Publisher pull up the images from a folder. I do not necessarily want the image to appear in the report, just a link to a separate folder in which that image resides on the same DVD as the report. * * * Thanks for any assistance, suggestions, recommendations, solutions, or links to other sources... I don't need a complete solution and thorough tutorial... just a bit of guidance... I can find them and read them myself... () ... really, I can... () * * * Until that time. . .