Re: "Sheet x of n" for multi-page tables
When a table continues across multiple pages, you can
use "Sheet x of n" in, say, a footer to show your
readers where they are in the table. Frame, for
instance, has the TableSheet variable.
I don't have any publications on hand that have
multi-page tables, so I'm wondering how often this
indicator is used. I'm also interested in whether
anyone uses something other than the word "sheet".
I've seen "Sheet x of n" used on multisheet drawings but not on tables. Tables generally take a "*Table m-n* (_continued_)" heading instead, in my experience.
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"Sheet x of n" for multi-page tables: From: Milan Davidovic
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