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Subject:Re: Odd Pages From:"Virginia L. Krenn" <asdxvlk -at- OKWAY -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU> Date:Fri, 17 Mar 1995 09:40:46 -0600
None of the postings that I have seen have suggested putting even
pages on the right.
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Subject: Re: Odd Pages
Author: RSMH -at- aol -dot- com at SMTP
Date: 3/17/95 9:22 AM
The "it's right to be odd " (i.e., all odd pages on the right) maxim
is, as I understand it an industry standard. Sure we can discuss
making it different, or anyone is free to alter it, *but* whether you
know it or not, you are used to seeing odd pages on the right. When a
document has even pages on the right, it appears, at least to me, that
something is not rightl.