Good morning all
As Lynn so aptly says "Tables are the spawn of Satin." Currently I am
making changes to a navy technical manual. Some of the changes in two
of the tables cause the text that appears on a given page in the
original document to be pushed to the next page. Naturally that
information that gets moved to the next page is supposed to appear on a
page by it self with specific page numbering. When this condition
occurs in the text area (not in tables) I have been surrounding that
portion of the text that moved with a paragraph tag and used the one of
the attributes to indicate the addition of the special page type. That
worked fine but it does not work within tables. Does any one have any
idea of how to accomplish the page addition?? Can you share the
information with me? Can anyone point me in the right direction? I am
using the SPAWAR XML DTD and the customer wants the manual in printed
Here is an example of the FOSI markup that I am using for text.
<specval attname="inschlvl" attval="I">
<textbrk startpg="next" pageid="bodypginsertnew" newpgmdl="global"<br"/>startln="1"
<specval attname="inschlvl" attval="S">
<textbrk startpg="next" pageid="bodypg" newpgmdl="global" startln="1"<br"/>endln="1">
Thank you all, have a great day.
John T. Groves
W R Systems, LTD.
2500 Almeda Ave
Norfolk, VA 23513-2403
Ph. 757.858.6000 ext 442