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    Good day,

    How do I change the settings of a customised invoice/ statement (printed on single-sheet plain paper) not to run over the footer of the page but instead to carry over to a second page?

    Many thanks.

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    The most common cause (for statements in particular) is that the description column is not wide enough, resulting in the text to wrap to the next line.

    You need to stretch the description column wider, but make sure that it does not overlap with the adjacent columns. You might need to move/narrow some of the other columns to make space for the widening of the description column.
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