Is there anyway to display a page number by passing an idref?
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- I'm trying to generate a page number instead of a basic-link. As we
all know, pdf is great on a pc, but page-number generation in a TOC
or table would be nice. Is there a way to so that?
- At 2003-07-07 16:47 +0000, jeffhoran wrote:
>I'm trying to generate a page number instead of a basic-link. As we<page-number-citation ref-id="==id of area in area tree=="/>
>all know, pdf is great on a pc, but page-number generation in a TOC
>or table would be nice. Is there a way to so that?
The placement of the referenced ID is the same as you would do for a
The object is replaced by the glyphs needed to accommodate the characters
of the page number in the inherited properties of the citation formatting
Where did you look in the Recommendation expecting to find it and determine
that such a facility wasn't available? It is important to know how people
are regarding the content of the Recommendation, so if it wasn't where you
were expecting it, perhaps information needs to be added to the
Recommendation so that you would have found it.
I hope this helps.
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