Currently we do not support editing multiple page layouts. However, when generating the final printed document, templates will automatically extend to multiple pages when all the transactional data can not fit in one page. Here are some tips to make sure your templates work with multiple page printing by optimizing the use of the header and footer sections!
The header will be the top banner for multiple pages. Data that extends from the first page will be displayed below this header section on subsequent pages
1) In the page layout, adjust Page Margins Top value to change the size of the header section.
2) Add images, logos, company info, or any data you want displayed on the top of each page. Make sure these objects don't overlap the body or header section as the objects should be completely in one section or the other.
3) By default, the header section will print on every page. In edit mode, go to File > Preferences to change these options.
- Print Header/Footer - Check this option to print header and footer sections on each page
- Exclude First Page - Check this option to only print header and footer on subsequent pages
1) In the page layout, adjust Page Margins Bottom value to change the size of the footer section.
2) Add company info, images, or any other data you want displayed on the bottom of each page. Make sure these objects don't overlap the body or header section as the objects should be completely in one section or the other.
If you want to display page numbering on your templates, search for "Page Number" in the elements section and drag this element in the header or footer section. Page numbering will only work if the element is located in the header/footer sections. If placed in the main body of the template, page numbering will not work.