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JXLS: Pagination

 
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Hi!

I'm currently using JXLS for writing excel files. I have successfully created a file however I need to put a pagination at the bottom of the page. Example: "Page 1 of 10". Is there a way for me to do this?

Thanks a bunch!:3
 
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Hi Leah and welcome to Javaranch! How do you normally add pagination in Excel? Check that and then check the API docs for similar wording....
 
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Problem solved!

For those who have a similar problem, here's how I displayed the page no.:

Just add that line of code in your XLS template. It is set as a footer and would display something like this, "Page 1 of 10". Hope it helps.

and thank you Martijn Verburg.
 
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You're welcome and thanks for sharing your solution!
 
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