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From Neil Guinto <ngui...@mincron.com>
Subject Re: Document off by a line
Date Thu, 14 Jul 2005 18:42:07 GMT

> So, when you use pre-printed forms, do you mean that the multi-page 
> documents are actually collections of forms (different pages but all 
> the same layout)?

> If the form itself is only one or two pages, you may be able to avoid 
> the problem by working with explicit breaks (break-before / 
> break-after), instead of letting the formatter take care of the 
> implicit page-breaks.

Could you elaborate? To give further info, in our case a single line 
translates to a fo:block

Here is a condensed version of our source... It repeats several times. 
fo:page-sequence signifies page separation.

<fo:page-sequence line-height="8pt" font-size="12pt" 
font-family="Courier" master-reference="First-Page">
<fo:flow flow-name="xsl-region-body">
<fo:block start-indent="0.00pt" space-after.optimum="0.00pt" 
space-before.optimum="0.00pt">Line 1 (Actual text edited)</fo:block>
<fo:block start-indent="0.00pt" space-after.optimum="0.00pt" 
space-before.optimum="0.00pt">Line 2 </fo:block>

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