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> So I have only 2 options:
> 1. Keep the organization, not print the future
> 2. Keep the organization, print the placeholders
I vote for #2
> Would you put "Reserved for future" or something similar on the
> actual page?
Do you know the titles of the future chapters, or at least the subject
matter? If so, I would put a page that looks just like the first page of
every other chapter, with a statement that "Chapter 9: Revitaizing a
Foo" (or "The chapter on foo" if you don't want to commit to a title
yet) will be delivered at a later point.