Re: [NTB] An odd puzzle
- Hi Adrian,
I understand what you are saying, but I do not know how it is
done. NoteTab could very well pass the information on to the
Windows' printing files and the pages are figured out there.
Eric reads the lists, so it is probably best for him to answer.
>I mean that the program obviously knows where the printing pageHappy NoteTab'n,
>breaks come, so I just wondered why we could not be shown
>beforehand. If I say print from page 3, it does this, but I do
>not know in advance where this is, unless I printed one already
>and view afterwards on the paper!
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- Hello Adrian,
>I mean that the program obviously knows where the printing page breaksUnlike a word processor, the layout of the text in the editor window does
>come, so I just
>wondered why we could not be shown beforehand. If I say print from page 3,
>this, but I do not know in advance where this is, unless I printed one
>already and view
>afterwards on the paper!
not reflect the layout used when it is printed. Printer margins, font, and
line wrap can be completely different from the screen view. So page breaks
can only be determined once the printer is invoked.
Eric G.V. Fookes
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