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Depends on the style of documentation. In User Guides and Reference
Manuals, I do insert "This page intentionally left blank". That simply
let's users know that there isn't supposed to be anything on the page, and
the printer did not make a mistake!
In training manuals and exercise booklets, if I have a blank page at the
end of a section, I insert the title "Notes" and put some lines on the
From: John Prince [SMTP:prince1 -at- WEBTV -dot- NET]
Sent: April 29, 1998 11:08 PM
To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
Subject: Lurker wants opinions...
As great as the TW archives are, I could not find a thread regarding
I'll make it short and sweet:
"This page intentionally left blank" yes or no?
In other words, do you guys use the above verbage or do you simply leave
the page(s) blank.
I used to do the latter ... but for some reason I'm liking the former