only problem with that is I believe it is going to change depending on what
printer the user has.  what looks good on mine may not be quite right for
the next person.

"Carl Brandenburg" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> I am very unfamiliar with printing from PHP, but could you just guess how
> many lines per page you want to print and after that many lines issue a
> break then print your header for the next page? Once you have it working
> can tweak the line per page to where they fill a whole sheet of paper.
> a quick and dirty way of printing reports that I use in our DOS based
> accounting system.
> Carl
> On Thursday 31 October 2002 10:08 am, Jeff Bluemel wrote:
> > is there a php command that could determine if the end of a page has
> > reached according to their print driver?  I'm need to print out a report
> > that could be multiple pages.  I need to be able to put column headings
> > page numbers.
> >
> > thanks,
> >
> > Jeff
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