Something like your second suggestion should be fine. In addition I
would either put a comment at the bottom of the page before before each
removed un-numbered illustration page saying that an un-numbered page
with an illustration was removed, or put a list at the end of the book
saying after pages x, y, and z, unnumbered pages with illustrations were
removed. Putting everything at the end is simpler and similar to what we
are supposed to do if there is a group of unnumbered pages with
illustrations and captions in the middle of a book. In that case we are
supposed to put all the captions at the end of the book with a note
saying the captions are from illustrations removed from between pages a
On 9/17/2016 8:04 AM, ghobbs1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
What do I do with unnumbered pages in the middle of the book. For example, I
have page 12 with text, an unnumbered page with an illustration, followed by an
unnumbered blank page, then page 13 with text.
My first idea is to label the unnumbered pages as [page unnumbered in the book.
Illustration deleted]. However, in the back of my mind, I recall something
that Bookshare requires all pages to be numbered (except short children's
My second idea is to ignore the existence of the unnumbered pages and just have page 12 followed by
page 13. The "illustration removed" and "blank page" do not really contribute
to the book.
The third idea of renumbering the pages to include the unnumbered pages would
require renumbering the table of contents as well. In addition, people with
different copies of the book would not be able to refer to the same page.
What would you suggest?
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