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The problem is this – when we get to the bottom of a PDF page that we are typing on – it does NOT jump to a new page (or add a page) – it just adds a scroll bar on the right side. I need it to go to a new page – just scroll down. I am at a lost right now.
I have created my table of contents in 2007 but it is too big for one page. How do I get it to break onto a second page, currently it just disappears and when using the arrow keys to navigate down the table the cursor just moves off the table onto the next page. If I reduce the font size then all...
Used to use //EJECT to force page breaks while printing out source (usually at end of each subroutine. Doesn't seem to work anymore. Any suggestions?