[bksvol-discuss] Re: opinions on blank pages wanted

  • From: Cindy <popularplace@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2005 22:16:22 -0800 (PST)


I used to do what you do, and someone told me it
wasn't necessary and, in fact, was somewhat annoying
to hear "blank page." Now I leave that out but
otherwise do what you do, i.e., space, pge number,
space, page break. That way people know nothing is


--- Estelnalissi <airadil@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> ~Hello Everyone,
> Sometimes in the book I'm validating there's a blank
> page after a chapter. Page breaks are there one just
> below the other. I've been placing a blank line
> under the page break, writing, blank page on the
> second line and leaving another blank line beneath.
> I thought the stripper might delete my 2 words.
> The other question is whether you think I should
> write a page number on the page. That's an oxymoron
> if ever there was one, because the blank page would
> now contain the words blank page and after a skipped
> line, a page number. Some blank, huh? 
> In the book, that blank doesn't have a printed
> number, but it has been taken in to account on the
> following page where the chapter begins. for
> example, last page of chapter is 80, blank page,
> first page of next chapter is 82.
> I'm asking because I have this bleary notion we're
> supposed to account for all pages. I'm afraid if I
> don't write a notice  that there's a blank page and
> assign it's number, the uploading program might
> think I've left pages missing.
> Is that extra page break enough to account for the
> blank page? 
> I've been using my judgment on this detail, but
> wonder what the rest of you do or if there's a right
> way to process these blank pages.
> Thank you in advance.
> Always With Love,
> Lissi 

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