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Re: question

From: Stephen Deach <sdeach@Adobe.COM>
Date: Thu, 20 Jul 2000 10:46:38 -0700
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To: Elisio Pereira <elisiomp@yahoo.com.br>
Cc: xsl-editors@w3.org
"size" is a shorthand property that is converted to "page-height" and "page
width", as described in section 5.2 (Shorthand Expansion). It is applied to
the fo:simple-page-master as described in section 6.4.12.
  The use of "page-height and "page-width" is recommended as several
vendors have indicated they do not wish to support the shorthand properties.

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At 13:42 2000-07-20 -0300, Elisio Pereira wrote:
>I didn't understand in which <tag> to use the  size
>property  same with the definition 7.37.21, you could
>send me some examples that make use of that property.
>--- Stephen Deach <sdeach@Adobe.COM> escreveu: > At
>12:09 2000-07-20 -0300, Elisio Pereira wrote:
>> >As I do to use the property size to generate
>> documents pdf in the way
>> >landscape, if it cannot it orders examples, thank
>> you.
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> I do not understand your question. The property
>> 'size' is described in
>> section 7.37.21 of the March-2000 XSL draft. The
>> definition is identical to
>> the same property in CSS.
>> ---Steve Deach
>>    sdeach@adobe.com 
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