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Le 10/02/2013 17:22, Brian Barker a écrit :
At 16:41 10/02/2013 +0100, Jean-Francois Nifenecker wrote:
I want to have footers with "to be cont'd" for any page but the last
one, ...

Do you need to do this?  Don't most people know that, in the absence of
any indication to the contrary, any incomplete word, sentence,
paragraph, article, and so on simply continues on the next page of the

Yep. This is common sense.

Good web designers refer to, say, a map and make the word "map" a
hyperlink to the relevant map.  Poor web designers try to teach people
how to use the web, so they write "To see our map, please click here" -
with the word "here" as the link.  (And I-speak-your-links software for
blind users says not "map" but "here, here, here ..."!)  It sounds as if
your book is attempting to teach people to turn the page for a
continuation of the text.  But I hope not.

In any case, is this the reason why this may be an unusual request?

This is for text-only documents like letters or internal written documents. This "to be cont'd" is to de-ambiguate and make sure a reader won't miss a page.

And, yes, this is mandatory. I want to provide the user with a template that takes this into account. For the 1st page, I can add a hidden text field with the PAGE==1 condition. But for the other pages, I'm at a loss.

Jean-Francois Nifenecker, Bordeaux

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