Yes, this is particularly important when you're dealing with plates. Eileen at National Braille Press has mentioned this, too. Warren In a message dated 8/11/2004 9:09:47 AM Central Standard Time, george@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx writes: You prepare a long complex document at 25 lines per page, emboss it, and archive it away. Later, someone comes along and makes a minor change resulting in an extra line being created. The net result is a domino effect - or worse - as everything gets pushed forward by one line onto the next page. In short, your pagination goes out to lunch. So, if it is physically possible, which it usually is, the ideal solution is to make ONLY THAT ONE CHANGED PAGE ONLY go to 26 lines, but leave the remainder of the document at 25 lines. George.