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admin [The Page Footers Sub Tab]
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admin [The Page Headers Sub Tab]
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 ===== The Page Headers Sub Tab ===== ===== The Page Headers Sub Tab =====
-A page header is a piece of text that appears at the top of all PDF reports generated by Reportico. This could be a report title, today'​s date and time, the page number or any other text. Selecting the Page Headers tab button provides access to the existing page headers. To add a new page header click on the Add button and a new Page Header button should appear. Click on the relevant Page Header button to modify its attributes.+A page header is a piece of text that appears at the top of all PDF reports generated by Reportico. You can also use this in HTML reports but this may have unexpected effects on the pagination. This could be a report title, today'​s date and time, the page number or any other text. Selecting the Page Headers tab button provides access to the existing page headers. To add a new page header click on the Add button and a new Page Header button should appear. Click on the relevant Page Header button to modify its attributes.
  
 ==== Line Number ==== ==== Line Number ====
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 Displays current date and time in the specified format. This is the same format that would be used in a PHP date function. So, date("​Y-m-d H:​i:​s"​) would give something like 2005-06-30 14:13:01 Displays current date and time in the specified format. This is the same format that would be used in a PHP date function. So, date("​Y-m-d H:​i:​s"​) would give something like 2005-06-30 14:13:01
  
 +You can use the Output Styles wizard to use the margin settings to position the text on the page. The report detail will appear after the lowermost text in the header. If the position type absolute is used then the header text, if positioned in the middle of the page will appear behind the report body. See the Output Styles Wizard to see how to include an image in the report.
 ==== Column Start PDF ==== ==== Column Start PDF ====
 Indicates how far across the page the page header text should start. Values can be expressed in cm, mm. So a value of 1cm or 10mm will provide a margin of 1 centimetre. If only a number is entered then the value is measures in points. A sheet of A4 is 842pt x 595pt. Indicates how far across the page the page header text should start. Values can be expressed in cm, mm. So a value of 1cm or 10mm will provide a margin of 1 centimetre. If only a number is entered then the value is measures in points. A sheet of A4 is 842pt x 595pt.
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