[texhax] Questions about flowfram
pfd at pfdstudio.com
Thu Oct 20 16:04:47 CEST 2011
Ok, I think I'm close to solving this problem. I think the approach is to
define a macro like:
Then I just output that at the start of each letter. I haven't tested this
yet, but it seems about right based on my other experiments. NOTE: I
changed the staticframes for logo and address to flowframes here for
On Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 6:35 AM, Peter Davis <pfd at pfdstudio.com> wrote:
> Thanks, Uwe. No, the pages will all print on the same paper. Only the
> layout will vary between the first page and subsequent pages. But
> 1) I need the flexibility of flowfram, and
> 2) all the letters will be in one document, so it may go something like:
> page 1: letter 1, first page
> page 2: letter 1, second page
> page 3: letter 2, first page
> page 4: letter 3, first page
> page 5: letter 3, second page
> page 6: letter 3, third page
> page 7: letter 4, first page
> So pages 1, 3, 4 and 7 will use one layout, and the remaining pages will
> use another. The difficulty with using flowfram with this is that I don't
> know in advance how many pages each letter will require.
> On Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 2:57 AM, Uwe Ziegenhagen <ziegenhagen at gmail.com>wrote:
>> 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.
>> Von meinem iPad gesendet
>> 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:
>> 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.
>> Is there any way to set the pages keyword for these frames to get them in
>> the rightplaces?
>> Thanks for any suggestions, pointers, etc.
> The Tech Curmudgeon
The Tech Curmudgeon
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