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Re: space question

From: Joe Beach
Subject: Re: space question
Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2004 13:16:10 -0600

How about defining the gap with a blank @Wide. For example:

@OddFoot { @Center {Adobe Confidential: Internal Only} 2c @Wide { }
@Date } 

I'm not sure if that will keep everything on one line, I've never tried
it before. If the snippet you posted is actually working to make a
1-line footer, then this should also. Depending on your formatting
constraints, you could also put the 2c @Wide { } @Date inside of the
@Center, centering the entire phrase including the gap and date. 

Joe Beach

On Tue, 2004-09-28 at 12:44, Tatyana Alexeyev wrote:
> Hello,
> I am using the following in mydoc file
> to add some information in the fotter area on each
> page
> @OddFoot    { @Centre{Adobe Confidential: Internal
> Only}                 address@hidden
> and etc...
> Is that a way do not put a space between the {Adobe
> Confidential: Internal Only} and address@hidden
> I need to print Adobe Confidential: Internal Only in a
> center and @Date in a right corner but I do not like
> to 
> use @Right. I need to place date closer to the
> {Adobe Confidential: Internal Only}  so I can insert
> page numbering. For the page numbering I will be using
> Perl module, not lout.
> Can you help me to locate @date not in center but
> about 20 spaces right from {Adobe Confidential:
> Internal Only}.
> Thanks,
> tanya
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