5.4.1 Understanding document layout restrictions
Word does not cope well with varying page layouts.
While it is possible to alter the header and footer for the first page,
it is not possible to alter other page layout features the way you can
Observe the following layout restrictions in your
• Use only
and Right master pages, and no others.
all master-page body frames exactly the same size, at the same vertical
position. (Mirroring for left-right is acceptable; so is using a fixed
sure that no part of the header extends below the top of the body frame,
and that no part of the footer extends above the bottom of the body frame.
the header and footer simple: only one text frame each, with any graphics
in anchored frames.
If your FrameMaker document has a more complex
layout, you might have to use a conversion template to create an intermediate
layout that conforms to these restrictions; see §2.4 Importing formats from
a conversion template.
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