I am using Overflow Pages and the $pagecount works great on them.
But what your saying is there is no way to total after composition.
This would be a great enhancement.

On Jun 27, 2007, at 10:50 AM, Dan Korn wrote:
If you're changing Body Page Usage, then you could certainly keep track of how many pages you enable for each record. But if you're using Overflow Pages, then I don't know of any way to get those kinds of metrics from the composition in terms of the actual number of pages composed. That would be an interesting enhancement. A related enhancement (although harder to implement) would be to allow the current page number to be used in the context of a rule on a specific page.

You should go ahead and post the question to the forum anyway, because (a) it will let us know if other people are looking for that functionality, and (b) Marketing will see it coming directly from a customer and add it as an enhancement request. Also, someone out there may have thought of something that I haven't.


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