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Re: [Groff] UTP project - formatting Ch. 11

From: Larry Kollar
Subject: Re: [Groff] UTP project - formatting Ch. 11
Date: Fri, 28 Jun 2002 22:53:44 -0400

Manas Laha wrote:

> I am formatting Chapter 11 of UTP and I'm finding it hard to preserve
> the original page breaks (using 12 point size with 14 point vertical
> spacing).
> Has anyone else faced this problem?
> How important is it to preserve the original page breaks?

It's not, IMO. I think the original page size was something
like 7" x 8.5" -- not a paper size you can find at the
local office supply. :-)

I think people will print it out on either 8.5x11 or A4
paper, depending on locale, or view it online. There
might be a couple of different PDF sizes as well. Page
breaks are going to wander or disappear entirely.

If something doesn't look right, you can use .KS/.KE
or .ne to set a break when needed, but I wouldn't worry
about it for now.

Larry Kollar   k o l l a r  at  a l l t e l . n e t
"Content creators are the engine that drives value in the
information life cycle."   -- Barry Schaeffer, on XML-Doc

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