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Formating a Header, Body and Footer for Printing

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Hallo together!

I try so solve the following problem. I wrote a HTML-File an print it via
MS Internet Explorer, Version 6.0.

I currently have all 3 tables in my report for outputting.
I print the header table.
I print the body table with, 1 to 100 rows from the database.
Then I print the footer. Currently I put a height on the body table
so the footer table will be near the bottom of the page each time.

But this is different in different browsers. I will always generate
the data for each of these pages, and put a page-break-after:always
after each footer table.

What I Want, is to have the footer table ALWAYS be at the most bottom
point of the printed page, regardless of fonts, browser, or data in
the body (2 rows, 10 rows, 30 rows).

thank you in advance
so long

gerald thallinger,

linz austria
Aug 4 '05 #1
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