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Section.DifferentFirstPage Property

Gets or sets whether the header and footer areas of the first page can be different from other pages in the section.

Namespace: DevExpress.XtraRichEdit.API.Native

Assembly: DevExpress.RichEdit.v19.2.Core.dll

Declaration

bool DifferentFirstPage { get; set; }
Property DifferentFirstPage As Boolean
bool DifferentFirstPage { get; set; }
Property DifferentFirstPage As Boolean
bool DifferentFirstPage { get; set; }
Property DifferentFirstPage As Boolean

Property Value

Type Description
Boolean

true to enable different settings for the first page; otherwise, false.

Property Value

Type Description
Boolean

true to enable different settings for the first page; otherwise, false.

Property Value

Type Description
Boolean

true to enable different settings for the first page; otherwise, false.

Remarks

Set the DifferentFirstPage property to true to display the header/footer of the HeaderFooterType.First type on the first page of the section. Otherwise, the first page will display the same header/footer as other pages, or the HeaderFooterType.Odd type header/footer if the Document.DifferentOddAndEvenPages property is true.

You can also use the ToggleDifferentFirstPageCommand command to enable/disable different first page.

Examples

Document document = server.Document;
document.AppendSection();
Section firstSection = document.Sections[0];
// Modify the header of the HeaderFooterType.First type.
SubDocument myHeader = firstSection.BeginUpdateHeader(HeaderFooterType.First);
DocumentRange range = myHeader.InsertText(myHeader.CreatePosition(0), " PAGE NUMBER ");
Field fld = myHeader.Fields.Create(range.End, "PAGE \\* ARABICDASH");
myHeader.Fields.Update();
firstSection.EndUpdateHeader(myHeader);
// Display the header of the HeaderFooterType.First type on the first page.
firstSection.DifferentFirstPage = true;
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