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> Each time you are faced with a minor change in a particular module,
> chapter or page, only alter the revision date on the pages being revised as
> well as on the cover page so you know that the manual is up-to-date.
Then, Fridric Wronecki said:
>I would recommend the same solution, but if the date is in the header
>or footer, you can't change the date of one particular page of the section.
Well, actually, that depends on the package being used to prepare the
I haven't had to deal with the problem in about three years, but I
know I was able to have different dates on different pages when using
Xyvision. And if it can be done in Xyvision, it -must- be possible in
other packages. I don't know what the answer is in I'leaf, simply
because I've never had to deal with the problem.
Although I'll probably be curious enough to give it a try, today....
rjl -at- bostech -dot- com
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