Force page break on "Page" print.

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I have created multi-page Quickbase "Page" that serves as a customer-ready report (lots of html/JS). Looks great on the screen. However, I'd like to be able to print the doc and maintain the pages (1 html table per page). I tried inserting a paragraph between tables with class designation to force "break before=always" but it's ignored during print-out. Thanks.
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Did you create it via exact forms? if so try adding this:
~= "<div style='page-break-before: always'>&nbsp"~ or <div style="page-break-before: always">&nbsp;</div>
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Thanks Cobra. I eventually got it to work much as you suggest above in IE and FF. The REAL problem is that there is some kind of Chrome/QB bug (Intuit created a "bug" case). As a result, Chrome doesn't seem to respect "page-break-before" or breaks. In addition, there are artifacts in the print previewer window and in the final print-out (weird heavy-line 2/3 of the way down the page). Doesn't matter since there is no control over pagination anyway ! Stuck with IE for now. Again, thanks.
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Is it possible to force a page break between records of a related child table?