Uwe Ziegenhagen ziegenhagen at gmail.com
Thu Oct 20 08:57:45 CEST 2011

```So the paper itself is different for the different pages? If not the scrlttr2 class from the KOMA bundle has settings which differentiate between different page layout for the first and subsequent pages.

Uwe

Am 20.10.2011 um 01:14 schrieb Peter Davis <pfd at pfdstudio.com>:

>
> Ok, let me try this another way.  Suppose I'm creating a document which is really a bunch of letters that will get mailed out.  The first page of each letter should appear to be on letterhead stationery ... with logos, return address, etc.  The second an subsequent pages will be just plain.
>
> So when I define frames, I might do something like:
>
> \newstaticframe[1]{width}{height}{x}{y}{logo}
> \newflowframe[1]{width}{height}{x}{y}{firstpagetext}
> \newflowframe[>1]{width}{height}{x}{y}{laterpagetext}
>
> Ok, that's all well and good for one single letter.  But what if I want to do multiple letters of different lengths, one after another in one document?  Some are 1 page, some 2 and some 3.
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> Is there any way to set the pages keyword for these frames to get them in the rightplaces?
>
> Thanks for any suggestions, pointers, etc.
>
> Cheers,
> -pd
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