Hi David K,

Can't you move the footer text box (on the Master Pages) down a short
distance, either by dragging or by increasing the Offset From Top in
the Text Frame Properties?

David S
David Schor
Technical Writing Consultancy & Services
054 478 8253
davelis at smile.net.il

On Feb 3, 2008 12:36 PM, David Kuhn <david.kuhn at amdocs.com> wrote:
> I had to adjust our template to add a line to the header (recently one
> was also added to the footer), resulting in a two line header and a two
> line footer.
> The problem is that I need to keep the text area the same size without
> stealing from the margins.
> I had tested this on body text only and the same number of lines fits on
> the page without a problem.
> But I noticed than when you have other formatting, such as a lot of
> code, the last line on the page practically sits on the line separating
> the text from the footer.
> Because I've only packaged one document this way, I went through and did
> a manual adjustment by applying Keep with Next whenever the last text
> line looks too close to the separation line.
> Any ideas how to make the impossible possible?
> Is there any way to set the minimum space that needs to exist between
> the line and the footer?
> Any other solutions?
> David Kuhn
> Technical Writer, PBG
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