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04-09-2020

I have a form that has a table the expands to multi pages. I want the heading to show up on the 2nd page as well so I put the header on the master page. Now the next subforms on the main page crept up to the top. I can't find a way to bump it down

 

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Hi there,

In your Master Page, the object called Body1 is the "Content Area" in which the form will appear.

So if you resize the object on top of the Master Page, it should lower your form to where you specify it.

 

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If the content area on the second page starts higher than on the first page you could use 2 Master pages which have the content area and the headline matching. You can then use pagination to move to master page 2 from the second page on.