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2007-10-07       - By Aaron Baff

 Back
On 10/7/07, Bruno Lowagie <bruno@(protected)> wrote:
> Aaron Baff wrote:
> > This is where we had a slight misunderstanding. I am adding some text
> > at the bottom of each page in a PageEvent, however, I am also using
> > HeaderFooter object and calling .setFooter() on the Document object.
>
> Why? HeaderFooter isn't mentioned in the book.
> It's still in iText, but it's not compatible with
> the concept of adding content at absolute positions
> (that's what you're doing when using MultiColumnText).
> Add your footer in a PageEvent too.

Ah, well, here is where we are divergent. I don't actually own the
book. I've done it all off of the example tutorials.
http://itextdocs.lowagie.com/tutorial/   I suppose I'll go ahead and
convert the footer over to doing it on a PageEvent. I as mostly trying
to do things as quick as possible, even if it wasn't pretty. We're
getting pretty darn close to the end of development and have way to
much stuff left to do.

--Aaron

> > The output from the HeaderFooter _is_ affected by the Document's
> > margins, and the MultiColumnText does _not_ seem to be taking into
> > account the height of the HeaderFooter object when it calculates where
> > to stop on a page.
>
> You are mixing two different iText concepts.
> That's like putting chocolate sauce or whipped cream
> on steak and fries.
> br,
> Bruno
>
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