Re: Frame Maker : Master Page Usage (Rotated Pages)

Subject: Re: Frame Maker : Master Page Usage (Rotated Pages)
From: "Campbell, Art" <artc -at- NORTHCHURCH -dot- NET>
Date: Thu, 8 Jul 1999 09:59:26 -0400

Rotate the table instead of the page or manually insert a page that is not
in the
text flow (Special>Add Disconnected Page and specify your landscape master

The process you're using is applying a manual override to an automatic
You're telling the program that no matter how many pages are inserted in the
Page 7 will always be rotated. And it's doing it. ;-)


Art Campbell
Technical Publications
Northchurch Communications
Five Corporate Drive
Andover, MA 01810
978 691-6344

-----Original Message-----
From: Alex Vinokur [mailto:alexander -dot- vinokur -at- TELRAD -dot- CO -dot- IL]
Sent: Thursday, July 08, 1999 5:51 AM
Subject: Frame Maker : Master Page Usage (Rotated Pages)


Consider the following situation with FrameMaker.

Document has 10 pages.
Page 7 holds wide table.
So I use other Master Page:

Format->Page Layout->Master Page Usage :

Master Page Usage

Use Master Page:
| <closed> Right
| <open> Custom Rotated_Page

Apply To:
| <open> Current Page (7)
| .....................

Now it's OK. Page#7 is Rotated_Page
Other pages are Right.

But if I add page (for example) between Page#3 and Page#4
I have as following :
1.1) Page#7 is Rotated_Page;
1.2) Page#7 doesn't contain my wide table;

2.1) Page#8 is Right (i.e. not Rotated);
2.2) Page#8 contains my wide table;

So, I have problem with two pages.

Is there any possibility to avoid this situation?

Frame Maker+SGML
June 1996

Thanks in advance,

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