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John Yeung wrote:
> In another response, Tim Chase suggested creating an RTF file instead
> of plain text. I think this is your best bet if your goal is to get
> page breaks with the least amount of additional effort.
> The package he's probably referring to is PyRTF. I took a quick look
> at it and in my opinion it's overkill for your purposes.
Yes, John is correct -- it was PyRTF that I tinkered with (which
can be overkill if all you want to do is what John describes).
I'm not well versed in RTF, and he demonstrates:
> I am too lazy to have actually read any documentation on RTF, but it's
> freely available on the Web should you need to reference i
even in his laziness, he helpfully provided a quick guide on how
to hand-create simple documents without the addition of a
full-blown RTF toolkit like PyRTF.
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