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Report Page Headers and Page Breaks

Within the 'Template Properties' section of a template you have the opportunity to define how you would like your page headers and page breaks to function in a report. This article describes how these settings work and how they interact with one another.

When Page Breaks and Headers are both turned ON:

​...reports that utilize this template will have:

  • one widget per page (note that some widgets consist of both a graph and table)
  • a header at the top of each page containing the agency or client logo, report name and the date range specified within the report widget
  • no dates within table headers

When Page Breaks are OFF and Headers are ON:

​....reports that utilize this template will have:

  • multiple widgets per page (space allowing)
  • a header at top of each page containing the agency or client logo and report name
  • dates specified within each graph or table header

When Page Breaks are ON and Headers are OFF:

...reports that utilize this template will have:

  • one widget per page (note that some widgets consist of both a graph and table)
  • no header at the top of each page
  • the date range specified within the report widget is not included anywhere. In general, this combination of settings is not recommended. If you elect this path, it's a good idea to include the widget date range when you compose your graph and table titles.

Lastly, When Page Breaks and Headers are both turned OFF:

​​....reports that utilize this template will have:

  • multiple widgets per page (space allowing)
  • no header at the top of each page
  • the date range specified within the report widget included within each graph or table header

NOW YOU KNOW!

 

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