Page Setup Dialog

Use Page Setup  to set margins for printing. Separate margins are maintained for each Monarch Classic document.

Displaying the Page Setup window for all objects

  1. Select File tab, then Page Setup. The Page Setup dialog box displays with a selector:

  1. Select the object for which you want to define the page setup. The corresponding properties are displayed.

Displaying the Page Setup window for summaries

  1. Select Page Setup on the Summary Design ribbon:

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  1. Select the summary for which you want to define the page setup. The corresponding properties are displayed.

Page Setup Window Options

Page Header

Field

Description

Apply to all Views/Summaries

Click to apply the Header definition to all views (if you are defining for a table) or summaries (if you are defining for a summary).

Use custom font

Click the Use Custom Font button to display the font dialog to set font options:

 

Page Header display box

Displays a page header of up to 3 lines, each with text left-aligned, centered, or right-aligned text. Enter text into the boxes provided. You can insert special characters and/or variables by clicking on the left arrow button and selecting the item from the list of variables.

 

Margins

Field

Description

Margins (inches|centimeters)

The Margins label at the top of the dialog displays the unit of measurement (either inches or centimeters) for all margin settings used in the current Monarch Classic session.

Note: The unit of measurement is determined by the Measurement setting in the International section of the Windows Control Panel.

Top

Accepts a value representing the top margin. The default value is .5" or 1cm, depending upon the Windows Control Panel Measurement setting.

Bottom

Accepts a value representing the bottom margin. The default value is .5" or 1cm, depending upon the Windows Control Panel Measurement setting.

Left

Accepts a value representing the left margin. The default value is .5" or 1cm, depending upon the Windows Control Panel Measurement setting.

Right

Accepts a value representing the right margin. The default value is .5" or 1cm, depending upon the Windows Control Panel Measurement setting.

Apply to all Views/Summaries

Click to apply the Margin definition to all views (if you are defining for a table) or summaries (if you are defining for a summary).

 

Options

The following properties are only available for Table and Summary page setup:

Field

Description

Show Grid lines

Prints the grid lines between rows and columns, as displayed on screen.

Show Column Titles

Prints column titles at the top of each page.

Show Row Numbers

Prints the row numbers as displayed on screen.

Repeat Suppressed Values on New Page

Ignores the "Suppress Duplicate Values" setting for all key fields when printing the first line of each page of a summary. This has the effect of printing all key values for the first line on a page, even if they are suppressed in the summary display.

Apply to all Views/Summaries

Click to apply the Option definition to all views (if you are defining for a table) or summaries (if you are defining for a summary).

 

Export Pagination

Field

Description

Paper Size

Select the desired paper size.

Orientation

Orientation - Select the desired paper orientation.

Apply to all Views/Summaries

Click to apply the Export Pagination definitions to all views (if you are defining for a table) or summaries (if you are defining for a summary).

 

Page Footer

Field

Description

Apply to all Views/Summaries

Click to apply the Footer definition to all views (if you are defining for a table) or summaries (if you are defining for a summary).

Use custom font

Click the Use Custom Font button to display the font dialog to set font options:

 

Page Footer display box

Displays a page footer of up to 3 lines, each with text left-aligned, centered, or right-aligned text. . Enter text into the boxes provided. You can insert special characters and/or variables by clicking on the left arrow button and selecting the item from the list of variables.

 

Page Header/Footer Captions

Button

Description

Page Number

Displays the page number. This function is represented in the page header/footer by the string "&[page]".

Total Pages

Displays the total number of pages. This function is represented in the page header/footer by the string "&[Pages]".

Date

Displays the current date according to the Short International format established in the Windows Control Panel International applet. This function is represented in the page header/footer by the string "&[date]".

Time

Displays the current time according to the time format established in the Windows Control Panel International applet. This function is represented in the page header/footer by the string "&[time]".

Filter

Displays the name of the filter that is applied to the table. This function is represented in the page header/footer by the string "&[filter]".

Sort

Displays the name of the sort that is applied to the table. This function is represented in the page header/footer by the string "&[Sort]".

Summary Name

Displays the name of the summary. When printing from the Table window, this function does not apply. This function is represented in the page header/footer by the string "&[Summary]".

Report File Name

Displays the file names of all open reports (if multiple reports are open, the report file names displayed in the form "file1, file2 and file3"). This function is represented in the page header/footer by the string "&[Report]".

Model File Name

Displays the file name of the model. This function is represented in the page header/footer by the string "&[Model]".

Project File Name

Displays the name of the project (DPRJ/XPRJ) file. This function is represented in the page header/footer by the string "&[Project]".

First Value of Field

Inserts the first value of the specified field in the input file via the Select a First Value Field dialog. This function is represented in the page header/footer by the string "&[First.field name]".

 

 

 

 

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