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I suggest amending blank pages by applying a notation to the blank page,
such as "This page is intentionally blank." Of course, I realize that once
that note on it, it's not blank. And I know this confronts the logic of
writers on the list. But it's practical, and it also serves to put the
on notice that nothing was accidentally left out of the book.
Digital Instruments Veeco
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ellen Sinett [SMTP:esinett -at- qiave -dot- com]
> I am using FrameMaker 6 and have running headers and footers in my
> book. I
> have made all the chapters so they end on an even number page and
> the next
> chapter starts on the next page (a right page). Some of the final
> pages are blank, but the headers and footers carry over. Our CEO
> told me he
> didn't like running headers and footers on blank pages. I'm sure
> there is a
> way to suppress those, but I can't figure it out. Has anyone else
> done this
> successfully, and if so, can you step me through the process? Thanks
> for the
> Ellen Sinett