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How can I make a cover sheet for my layout?


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Hi,

I'm struggling with the fundamentals. I've got a layout that works for me but I can't find the solution for my next step.

I want to make a nice-looking cover sheet which will be the first thing you see when you open up the PDF export of the layout.

I can't work out what I need -- is it a new record that I then re-design, or is it a layout part of some kind? I really just want to put some graphics on an A4 page with some text and stick it at the front.

Thanks for any tips. I've trawled help without success.

Phil

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Hi

Many thanks. Half the battle is the terminology. Now I have the cover sheet I wanted.

But now... I want a second page at the top.

Given that you can only have on Title header part, how do I get another page which will be seen under the Title header and ahead of all the records?

(I want a page of text)

Thanks again for helping me out.

Phil

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hi there,

I tried dragging the Title Header down. It creates more space but doesn't make a page break.

Double-clicking on the title header, only 1 option is available: "restart page numbers after each occurrence".

Is there a way I can force a page break on a Title Header?

Thanks,

Phil

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  • 3 months later...

I'm reviving this old thread because I can't make a 2-page cover letter using the previous message (dragging the Title Header). I've dragged it down to what looks like 5 pages deep and dragged the bottom text box down to match. What I get is the title page ends at the bottom of the first page, and then the Body starts promptly at the top of page 2. Did I do something wrong?

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