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  1. #1
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    Sep 2003
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    Hi,
    I need to create a printer-friendly page for every page on my site but i am fairly unsure how to approach this. I have read about certain ways in css to do this automatically but certain elements i need on the printer-friendly page will not be present on my original (eg. positioning of text, position of logo etc.). All I really need to know is:

    a) Is it ok to use a single table (to position the text) in printer-friendly pages and if so what width should the table be to accomodate the usual a4 paper size?

    and b) is there a way for certain text in a cell or table on my original page to be automatically copied to a cell on my printer-friendly page to prevent me from having to copy the text over from the original to the printer-friendly page everytime i change the text.

    Thanks, Sean.

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