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From jorgito <joerg.will...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: Two successive columns in a table --> problem with the page-break
Date Tue, 13 Nov 2007 21:52:00 GMT



Andreas L Delmelle wrote:
> 
> 
> [OP:]
> ---------------------------------------
> If there ist a page-break I would like to have this:
> 
> year |   name   || year |   name
> =======================
> 2007    Tom        2009     Andy
> 2008    Brenda    2010      Mitch
> ----- page break --------------
> 2011    Nick       2013      Emmi
> 2012    Carl
> 
> But, maybe needless to say, I get this:
> 
> year |   name   || year |   name
> =======================
> 2007    Tom        2011     Nick
> 2008    Brenda    2012      Carl
> -----page break--------------
> 2009    Andy      2013      Emmi
> 2010    Mitch
> ---------------------------------------
> 
> This result does not seem correct to me. I can't say for sure,  
> though, but it looks a bit 'off'. As though the column-break is  
> computed /after/ the page-break..?
> 
> 

So far I don't really have a column-break but a single table with 4 columns.
I am iterating from 1 to (n + n mod 2) div 2 and writing in row m: year m
and year  m + (n + n mod 2) div 2.  So the page-break is not done by me.

Any ideas?
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