Footer properties

Open the Properties view in Document Studio and select a Footer. The Properties view displays these available properties for footers.




General properties

In the All properties tab, these properties are at the top-level, in the Metadata, and in the Formatting > Common sections.

Type Value Description
Tag String Tag name for the element. This property cannot be edited.
Name String The name of the element.
Description String A summary or note about this element.
Assignment String The variable assignments that are done in the element.
Condition String A script that can apply variables or attributes as conditions on the element.
Style name String Name of the style that is applied to the element.



Specific properties

In the All properties tab, these properties are located in the Formatting > specific section.

Type Value Description
Footer from bottom Number The value in pixels or points of the space between the footer and the bottom of the page.
Same as previous true, false You can set the Specific properties for the first footer in your template, and for every footer after it, you can set the Same as previous property to true so that all of your footers behave the same way.



Font properties

In the All properties tab, these properties are located in the Formatting > FontFormatting > Line, Formatting > Character, and Formatting > Effects sections.

Type Value Description
Font String, Cambria, Courier New, Georgia, Helvetica, Lucida, Tahoma, Times New Roman, Verdana Select one of the common fonts available in the dropdown menu or type the name of another font on your computer to use.
Size 1 to 1638 The point size of the text in the element. You can select a value from the dropdown menu or type a value between the supported sizes.
Example:
Font size example
Color 000000 to FFFFFF Default value: 000000

The hexadecimal color of the text in the element.

Example:
Font color example
Note: The value transparent is only supported for XSL-FO output.
Bold true, false Default value: false

true applies bold styling.

Example:
Bold example
Italic true, false Default value: false

true applies italic styling.

Example:
Italic example
Underline true, false, single, words, double, dotted, thick, dash, dash long, dot dash, dot dot dash, wavy, dotted heavy, dash heavy, dash long heavy, dot dash heavy, dot dot dash heavy, wavy heavy, wavy double Default value: false

true creates a horizontal line beneath the text.

Example:
Underline example
Overline true, false Default value: false

true creates a horizontal line over the text.

Example:
Overline example
Strikethrough true, false, double Default value: false

true creates a horizontal line through the center of the text.

Example:
Strikethrough example
Shadow true, false Default value: false

true creates a shadow on the text.

Example:
Shadow example
Outline true, false Default value: false

true creates an outline around the text.

Example:
Outline example
Emboss true, false Default value: false

true creates an emboss effect around the text.

Example:
Emboss example
Engrave true, false Default value: false

true creates an engrave effect around the text.

Example:
Engrave example
Small caps true, false Default value: false

true changes lowercase letters into capital letters.

Example:
Small caps example
All caps true, false Default value: false

true changes all letters into capital letters.

Example:
All caps example where all letters are uppercase
Hidden true, false Default value: false

true removes the text from the output.

Underline color 000000 to FFFFFF Default value: 000000

The hexadecimal color of the line underneath the text in the element.