Re: Now numbering issue, was Re: This page blank...

Subject: Re: Now numbering issue, was Re: This page blank...
From: Roger Mallett <roger -at- CSICAL -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 30 Apr 1998 14:08:09 -0700

A numbering system that supports the pulling/modification of procedures
is demonstrated by 16-1.2a. That is, where a dash is used to separate
the page number from the chapter number, and then a dot is used for
change pages that are slipped in, and then a lower case letter for
further revisions to the revision. Eventually, all of the revisions
are recompiled and the document renumbered at the next major change.

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> Anybody just chime in. I'm always looking for ways to handle
>revisions and updates. There doesn't seem to be any good paper way.
> In the manufacturing sector, anyway, people are used to seeing
>the
>dot numbering system. In Jill's example, that would be Chapter 16,
>Chapter
>17 now and Chapter 16, Chapter 16.1, and Chapter 17 in the future. I
>like
>Jill's approach, too, as long as one is sure that the new chapter will
>happen.
> For the nonce, I'm going with small chapters with the idea that
>you pull and replace an entire chapter rather than individual
>procedures.
>I page-number with the chapter number as a prefix to minimize the
>repagination.
> The real problem is that, without somebody responsible for
>revising the documentation, the updates, revisions, new chapters,
>etcetera
>won't be included anyway...
> Have any of you ISO types solved the problem? TIA,
> Mary
>
> Mary Durlak Erie Documentation Inc.
>East Aurora, New York (near Buffalo)
>durl -at- buffnet -dot- net
>
>On Thu, 30 Apr 1998, Jill Burgchardt wrote:
>
> snip..>
>> Insert a page with a chapter number for future sections. The page,
>>front and
>> back, would include appropriate headers and footers for the chapter.
>>The body
>> text on either side of the page would say:
>>
>> This chapter reserved for future use.
>>
>> The alternatives are adding chapters out of logical order or using
>>some altered
>> numbering scheme (such as 16a.1 between 16 and 17). Reprinting following
>> chapters with new chapter numbers is not an option.
>>
>> Comments or suggestions?
>>
>
>
>~~~
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