--- "Wollenberger, David" <DAVID.Wollenberger at ca.com>
wrote:
> I have a situation which I don't think is so
> unusual, and yet I can't seem to figure out how to
> get FM to handle it. Our TOC page numbering begins
> on iii and goes as long as it has to, ending on an
> even page.
> Our Chapter 1 begins on the next page after the TOC
> page. So if the TOC is eight pages (iii-x), then the
> first page of Chapter 1 is 11.
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To me, what you describe as not "unusual" is
extra-unusual. The whole reason for using roman
numerals in front matter is to allow the non-front
matter to begin at arabic numeral 1. Your company's
numbering scheme is counter-intuitive and dumb. I defy
you to find any instance where
professionally-published books of any type use the
numbering scheme you describe.  



Dan Emory & Associates
FrameMaker/FrameMaker+SGML Document Design & Database Publishing
<danemory7224 at sbcglobal.net>

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