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Thank you for the link. The problem that I have is when the job specification last page prints on the front of the page, and the next job specification prints on the back of that page. There is no way I can control what page it is going to print on. This is depending on how much description the user puts in. Any suggestion is greatly appreciated.
I do have another issue too, and you maybe able to help me with this. Below is a list of form fields on my template. When the job specification is printed on more than one page, I could not get the fk_job_title to print on the continuous pages. Is there a way I can code this fk_job_title to print on all of it's continuos page? I have tried many different ways but could not get it to print. I also posted this in the forum, but didn't get any respond.
** form fields **
CLASS TITLE: F fk_job_title PAY GRADE: p_grade
JOB CODE: job_code SALARY RANGE: s1 - s2
LOCATION OF WORK: work_location
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: general_descr
ESSENTIAL WORK TASKS: work_task
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: knowledge_skill
EDUCATIONAL AND EXPERIENCE: education_exp
OTHER JOB ASPECTS: job_aspect E
Thank you so much,