Re: Landscape and portra

Subject: Re: Landscape and portra
From: "Susan W. Gallagher" <sgallagher -at- STARBASECORP -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 16 Feb 1995 18:34:42 -0800

> Grant Lowe wrote:

> LL> I have a document (document number one) where currently all the
> LL> pages are in portrait. I need to add three new chapters from
> LL> document number two. Problem is, document number two is in
> LL> landscape, and when I import it into the first document, formatting
> LL> gets screwed up. There are two problems: document number two has
> LL> tables that are too wide for portrait, unless I shrink the font way
> LL> down. Second problem is a header/footer problem: I would like to
> LL> have portrait headers/footers, but landscape text, and Word 6.0
> LL> can't do it (at least according to Word support).

To which someone replied...

> The importing problem I think I can solve: before you bring in the
> landscape stuff, put in a section break that starts on a new page. Then
> define that section as landscape, with all the proper margins etc. THEN
> bring your text and tables, etc. After that stuff, if you want to go
> back to portrait, put in another section break...

> But I don't know how to turn the headers/footers sideways once you do
> that. The last time I worked on a document in Word6 that had that kind


So, if you put the static header and footer info in as bitmaps
that have already been rotated... How many pages is it??? Can you
live with hard-coding the page numbers?

Sue Gallagher
StarBase Corp, Irvine CA
sgallagher -at- starbasecorp -dot- com


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