Re: New Chapter On Right/Leave Left Page Blank -Reply

Subject: Re: New Chapter On Right/Leave Left Page Blank -Reply
From: "Parks, Beverly" <ParksB -at- EMH1 -dot- HQISEC -dot- ARMY -dot- MIL>
Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 14:43:52 -0700

I agree. But that's the only valid justification I've heard so far.
Distribution of documentation in binders also seems to be a fading method of
publishing, though I'm sure there are some industries that still use it
heavily, such as heavy machinery or something. Heck, hard copy documentation
- period - is a fading method of publishing!

Bev Parks

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nora Merhar [SMTP:nmerhar -at- CHARLESINDUSTRIES -dot- COM]
> Actually, I can think of a very good reason to force each chapter to end
> on an even
> page. If you want to use a modular documentation scheme, in which you can
> pull
> individual chapters and add them to a book, it's certainly easier if each
> chapter
> is its own self-contained unit.
>
> It also works better if you have to change a chapter and provide change
> pages to a
> customer. If the change causes a repagination, at least you would only
> have to
> replace the rest of that chapter, instead of that chapter and all the
> following
> chapters.
>
>

From ??? -at- ??? Sun Jan 00 00:00:00 0000=




Previous by Author: Re: New Chapter On Right/Leave Left Page Blank -Reply
Next by Author: Re: Decimal point alignment in HTML Tables
Previous by Thread: Re: New Chapter On Right/Leave Left Page Blank
Next by Thread: Re: New Chapter On Right/Leave Left Page Blank -Reply


What this post helpful? Share it with friends and colleagues:

Sponsored Ads


Sponsored Ads