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It's a good question, but I always wonder what the downside is to keeping
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Subject: Odd/Even formatting
I'm just wondering if any of you have a good reason for keeping the
traditional odd/even page formatting when your only deliverable is a pdf
file. It doesn't facilitate online reading in any way, and even if people
print out double sided it shouldn't matter, in my opinion.
We are working on a new page layout and I questioned the need for a
different right and left page, my boss seemed uncertain so I would ideally
like to go back with some resources/examples to back up my intuition.
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