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If I HAVE TO do a PDF, I make sure the page numbers and the number I enter
to reach a page actually synch. Using xxvv number of pages for front
matter, then starting over at page 1 for the first chapter means I have to
subtract that odd variable to arrive at the "actual" page number. Ludicrous.
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