What you're looking to do is almost a type of variable-based imposition.

FusionPro is not really designed to put a different amount of variable records 
on a single output page, but what might work (and I have not tried this) is to 
use the OnJobStart rule, read in the data and while the name field contains the 
same value (like John Smith), keep adding recdords to a variable. basically, 
you dynamically build variables to hold each name and the different images.

Then do a composition with a single record that is comprised of the different 
variables. It's a bit of a take on the address book sample that you find in the 
back of the Rules System Guide. 

I'm not even sure that this is possible and, if it is, it's beyond my 
capabilities. In theory, though, it should work.

Sorry I couldn't be of more assistance.


Rob Domaschuk
Training & Communications Developer,
Printable Technologies(tm), Inc.
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