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How to define a good looking footer

In order to create a good looking footer we’ll use a Table element with one row and three cells. The first cell will be designed to contain some text, the second cell will contain the page number and the total pages number and the last cell will contain an image representing a logo and some text.

The first step to achieve this is to create a Table element with one row and three column. In the first cell insert a Text element, in the second cell insert a Text element, Page Number element ,  another Text element  and a  Total Page Number element. In the last cell we will insert an Image element (load the logo image for the image element), a Paragraph element and inside the paragraph insert a Text element.

After all these elements were created the footer element should look like this :

Format all the footer elements

Format the Table element using the following properties:

Set Formatting->specific->table auto fit value to autofit to window
Set Formatting->specific->resize to fit contents value to false.

Format the first cell:

Set Formatting->specific->cell alignment value to center left.
Set Formatting->specific->cell width value to 175.

Format the second cell:

Set Formatting->specific->cell alignment value to center.
Set Formatting->specific->cell width value to 150.
Set bold for the Text element.

Format the third cell:

Set Formatting->specific->cell alignment value to center right.
Set Formatting->specific->cell width value to 175

Assign the Master Page element to a Paragraph element created in the Template content and observe the footer element after running the template

One Comments to “How to define a good looking footer”

  1. Ranjitha says:

    I want to add line above the page number Page 1/ n. How can i proceed for this ?

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