Printing with Page line-spacing

Page line-spacing printing is particularly useful for documents that will have two pages set next to each other (for example, in a book or brochure), for multi-column layouts, and for documents intended for double-sided printing.

To Enable a Document for Page Line-spacing Printing

  1. Choose Format - Page Style - Page tab.

  2. In the Layout Settings section, select the Use page line-spacing checkbox, set the Reference Style, and click OK.

    The Reference Style sets an invisible vertical (typographical) grid, using the line distance specified in the style. All paragraphs that have Page line-spacing activated will use that line distance, aligning the bottom of a text line to the next grid line, regardless of font size or presence of graphics.

    All paragraphs with the selected Reference Style (or that inherit the Reference Style) will be activated automatically for Page line-spacing.

To Exempt or Enable Paragraphs for Page Line-spacing Printing

  1. Select all the paragraphs you want to exempt, then choose Format - Paragraph - Indents & Spacing.

  2. Clear the Activate page line-spacing checkbox to exempt paragraphs. Set the checkbox to enable.

    The checkbox has no effect, if Page line-spacing is disabled in the Page style.

To Exempt or Enable Paragraph Styles for Page Line-spacing Printing

  1. Open the Styles window (), click the Paragraph Style you want to exempt, right-click that style, choose Modify. In the dialog, click the Indents & Spacing tab.

  2. Clear the Activate page line-spacing checkbox to exempt paragraphs. Set the checkbox to enable.

    The checkbox has no effect, if Page line-spacing is disabled in the Page style

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