Header and Footer in eText outbount Template

Output generated with etext template needs Header and Footer margins fixed in Oracle Payments of R12 which has multiple invoices with more than 1 page.
The template was designed with 60 lines per page, when generating the output say for example 100 invoices payment, the header(7 lines) and
footer(3 lines) margins must be fixed and remaining 50 lines must print the
invoices details and continue printing in next page leaving the header and
footer margins which were fixed. That is between the header and footer margins
the invoice details has to be printed.
My query is how to fix the Header and Footer margins in etext outbound template?
If anyone has solution pls. send me that.
Appreciate your help in advance.

chk this presentation...
http://csc-studentweb.lrc.edu/swp/Berg/articles/NW2004s_what_is_new.ppt#352,3,Why NW 2004s?
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    right: 0px;
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    Alt-Web Design & Publishing
    Web | Graphics | Print | Media  Specialists

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