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Nandu4u Nandu4u is offline How to reduce top margin in even and odd pages in pdf generation using msword Windows XP How to reduce top margin in even and odd pages in pdf generation using msword Office 2003
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Default How to reduce top margin in even and odd pages in pdf generation using msword

Hi,
I am trying to convert word documents with some data to pdf using stylus studio.I am using MSWord 2003.In this, i am using first page,even and odd pages. I am not displaying the header in even and odd pages. Now the problem is when i generate pdf file, i am getting a huge space in header part of even and odd pages, i want to reduce this header section only in even and odd pages but not in first page,Plz help me out.I am not supposed to edit in xsl-fo file, can do anything only from MSWord, Please let me if any solution available for this.Appreciate your response. thanks in advance
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