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Paging while Printing

Posted 11 October 2012 - 07:10 AM

I have a table (currently) that displays in the browser with entities represented in each row. The content in each row varies so (technically) 3 rows should fit (in it's entirity) and print comfortably on one page while on another page there might be 4, 5, 6, or maybe even 7). The problem I have though is if the last row has a fair bit of content it might span pages. The content generated is dynamic and will also vary. I need the questions to break to a new page if it spans the bottom of one page to the top of the next. Since the data varies and the user could even change the settings of the browser how can I somehow break based on the content size? Programmically it would deem to be quite difficult because of all factors involved, is there some sort of CSS property that can be set (in current browsers)? I'm aware of page-break-inside: avoid but it doesn't seem to be working (probably cause of the brower version and/or type). Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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