On 3/25/2014 3:34 PM, Virgil Arrington wrote:
Yes, but there is more to it than just the first word and the last word.
The first word is straightforward enough, except that sometimes it
might consist of more than just one word. But the last word does not
refer to the actual last word on the page, but the last "headword" of a
dictionary entry which also might sometimes consist of more than one
word. But it's moot since there are no such fields available.
On 3/25/2014 3:38 PM, Dale Erwin wrote:
The only way I see possible to do this is to have a separate style
for each page of the book. Otherwise, every header of every page
within a particular style always has the same text and formatting. If
you change it on a succeeding page, all previous pages are also
changed as long as they are governed by the same page style.
Not if there could be a field defined as the first (or last) word on
the page. You would insert the appropriate "Field Name" in the header,
and then the actual text would change from page to page without a need
for a new style. That's what fields do, like page numbers.
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