Vertical alignment

If content overflows to the following page, TopLeaf determines if the depth of the data content allocated to the current page is less than the maximum depth of the page data area. It will then redistribute the remaining space between segments, paragraphs, or individual lines in data columns that permit vertical spreading and where the remaining space is less than a pre-specified threshold.

On pages terminated by a forced page break or leaf break, you can instruct TopLeaf to vertically align the data content to the top, bottom, or middle of the page data area. By default, content on these pages is aligned to the top of the page data area. If the amount of unallocated vertical space is less than a specified threshold, you may choose to vertically spread that space between page segments, paragraphs, or individual lines on that page.

The vertical alignment mode is set from a start or end tag mapping that sets a page break or leaf break. It does not apply to the content of a short page created at the end of document.