AdvoDoc templates use HTML and CSS to format the resulting document. This allows template designers the ability to customize document output beyond the format options provided in the designer's toolbar. CSS properties can be used to creatively format elements of the document.
Fine tuning the document format is accomplished via the Source button found in the AdvoDoc Template Designer's toolbar.
1. Page Headers and Footers
The following example can be added to the AdvoDoc template to create document page headings and footings.
Due to a platform limitation, the HTML to render the header and footer must be placed at the top of the editor code in the Template Editor source for an AdvoDoc Template set to generate PDF output. If this is placed anywhere else within the editor source, then the header and footer won't repeat on the generated pages in the output document but will appear only on the last page of the document.
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