On 09/09/2013 02:10 AM, Dale Erwin wrote:
What I want to accomplish is having a field at the top of the page,
left justified on left pages (even numbered) and right justified on
right pages (odd numbered). On left pages, this field would contain the
first word on that page and on right pages, this field would contain the
last word on that page.
Create a page style for the left hand page, and a different page style
for the right hand page.
To get the first word defined on the page into the header, requires:
* The defined word to be the only word on the line;
* The defined word is on the first line of the new page;
If it is acceptable to have the last defined word of the previous page
being in the header, then the only requirement is that the defined word
be the only word on the line.
I don't know how to get the last defined word into the header of the
If you want to use a running heading for the defined word, you can do
so, but at the expense of having an apparently blank line between each word.
Maybe I'm missing something. If anyone knows of a solution to this, I
would certainly appreciate knowing about it.
It is theoretically possible to write a macro to place the first defined
word and last defined word of the page, into the header field of the
page. I can't offer any help to that end, though.
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