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This is a demo-page for the MultiColumn recipe.

Here is some text that occurs before any columns

(:startcolumns columns=3:) Here is some text that should be divided into 3 columns. I'm not going to bother with the read-on text or anything like that. Just your simple, basic text that gets flowed into columns. Of course, to be realistic we really need to have a few lines of text here. Having just 2-3 lines of text in the source of the page really wouldn't give you the opportunity to see what you're wanting to see, now would it? How about that? Does that give you enough text to see it? (:endcolumns:)

This text is between columns. It is not anything special. In fact, there's no earthly reason why you should be reading this drivel.

(:startcolumns columns=2:) And here is some other text, but instead of flowing into 3 columns we're only going to flow into 2 columns. This demonstrates that you can have different sets of columns on the same page. I know, not exactly rocket science, but we've got to get our simple pleasures somewhere...

Shall we make another paragraph so you can see how the break happens when we have multiple breaks?

I suppose we really should give it 3 or even 4 paragraphs if you want to see how that works.

So this is the last one. (:endcolumns:)

This text is between columns. It is not anything special. In fact, there's no earthly reason why you should be reading this drivel.

(:startcolumn:) And here is some other text, but instead of flowing into a set number of columns we're going to let the recipe decide. And now I'm going to continue with copy/paste from above because it was really stupid to type all this text in instead of just pasting in a lorem ipsum or whatever it's called. This demonstrates that you can have different sets of columns on the same page. I know, not exactly rocket science, but we've got to get our simple pleasures somewhere...

Shall we make another paragraph so you can see how the break happens when we have multiple breaks?

I suppose we really should give it 3 or even 4 paragraphs if you want to see how that works.

So this is the last one. (:endcolumn:)

And here's some text that comes after both sets of columns. Yes, that's right, at the very end.

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