Page Flow Section

Melissa Gunn
Melissa Gunn
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Page flow sections are similar to Microsoft Word or Google Docs. They have a uniform text box on every page. Whenever your text or inline content runs over the borders of that text box, a new page is created so you can keep writing.


This makes page flow sections great for text-heavy sections, such as terms and conditions, contracts, scope of services, and case studies.


Adding a page to your page flow section

Pages are added automatically whenever your text runs past the text box's margins. If you need a new page immediately, you can press Enter or Return on your keyboard and make as many line breaks as needed in order to create a new page.


Changing Page Flow Text Box Margins

You can edit the margin sizes of your page flow text boxes by clicking Edit Styles and Formatting:


From the Styles and Formatting Menu, select the Page tab and enter your dimensions under margins:


The numbers are the distance, in pixels, from the edge of the page to the edge of the text box.


Can I change a section to Static? 

Once a section has been selected as page flow or static, it's set permanently. If you would like to use a static section instead, you can create a new static section and copy/paste the content from your page flow section to a text box in the new, static section.

Looking for more information on Static sections? Click here.