Re: Chapter first page always recto?
Have any of you dispensed with having every chapter start on the recto
I've seen a few recent books that start recto or verso, whichever.
My thinking is, for every "Get rid of this blank page!!!" comment from
in-house reviewers, there's probably an equal number of users who are
also puzzled. Since we no longer ship printed books, and I doubt most
customers print our pdfs, people are mostly seeing them on line and are
probably wondering why those pages are blank.
Has anyone taken the plunge?
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