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Associating a Page with a Page Style

By default, output is associated with the Prototype page style in ePublisher. Therefore, you do not have to do anything to associate pages with the Prototype page style. However, if you want to have more than one page layout, you need to use additional page styles.

To associate a page with a page style

  1. Define page breaks based on paragraph styles, such as heading styles.

  2. Define additional page styles in the Stationery.

  3. If you want to associate a page with a page style other than the Prototype page 'style, add a PageStyle marker or field code in your source document after the new page style, such as the heading that starts the page. The PageStyle marker or field code identifies what page style to use for that page.

Provide writers with the defined page style names they need to specify in their PageStyle markers or field codes.

ePublisher/2009.3/Help/02.Designing_Templates_and_Stationery/3.088.Designing_Stationery (last edited 2009-11-16 17:05:04 by TonyMcDow)