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Defining New Pages (Page Breaks)

By default, ePublisher transforms each source document into one output page. You can associate a page break with specific paragraph styles to split your content into multiple pages, where each page creates a new output file. By dividing your content, you can present information to your audience in smaller chunks, organize and focus your content, reduce redundant information through links, and reduce scrolling by your audience. To avoid empty topics when multiple heading styles occur in a row, you can also define page break handling based on whether the previous style created a new page. This flexibility enables you to deliver your content your way.

To create new pages based on styles

  1. Open your Stationery design project.

  2. On the View menu, click Style Designer.

  3. On the Project menu, click a target in the Active Target menu option that is an output format that supports this option.

  4. In Paragraph Styles, select the style for which you want to create a page break.

  5. On the Options tab, assign a value to the Page break priority option. For more information about this option, click Help.

  6. Review the target settings to ensure the Page break handling setting will correctly process your priority level values by completing the following steps:

  7. On the Project menu, select the Active Target you want to specify settings for.

  8. On the Target menu, click Target Settings.

  9. Set the Page break handling setting to the appropriate value. For more information about this setting, click Help.

ePublisher/2009.2/Help/02.Designing_Templates_and_Stationery/3.019.Designing_Stationery (last edited 2009-08-03 19:09:44 by TonyMcDow)