In my case, every page is different. I was using Shift-X text to enter multiple lines of explanation for analysis. So I have to tweak the top of every page, because each has differing lines. Dorico works great with vertical spacing on the rest of the page, even if I put in a long paragraph of Shift-X text.
It’s kinda cool to be able to write analysis documents entirely in Dorico other than this one issue. Using the Campania* font in lyrics is fantastic for harmonic analysis. I wish there was another font for degree of scale (E.g., 1 with ^ above it for 1st degree), then my life would be nearly complete! I asked this in Musescore (where Campania is a built-in font), but doesn’t sound like anyone has developed something.
Speaking of which, it would be kinda handy to specify a different font for each lyrics line because Campania really messes up regular words. Maybe I could kludge this by using chorus or translation lyrics though.
I could add text frames, but the Shift-X text is super handy for this task, and sticks with its place in the music.