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Date:         Mon, 23 Apr 2001 20:31:50 +0200
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         Karsten Heitmann <heiteGIRAF@MAIL.TELE.DK>
Organization: Sadly disorganized
Subject:      Re: Page Breaking in HTML
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Page break and HTML are simply to incompatible elements. HTML was never meant for printing but for browsers !! Hence, HTML is NOT a page control language of any kind. If the output is meant for browsers use HTML. If its for printing you might consider some kind of "printer friendly version"-link in your documents which is of course an RTF version of your document.

The <p paragraf-break> thing will work in some browsers but is unfortunately browser-dependant.

As for SAS, I would go for ODS and the excellent RTF option thats works like a charm.

Best regards, Karsten Heitmann

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