"page left blank"

From: Innfogra_at_aol.com <(Innfogra_at_aol.com)>
Date: Mon Feb 17 15:13:00 2003

Not that it matters much, but I think it's due to the way pages are printed
and bundled together into sections (graphs?).

"Signatures" is the correct term for the bundle of pages and "Imposition" is
the way the pages are laid out on the sheet. I spent 10 years as a

In imposition, if you wanted a page left blank, you just left it blank.

I think labeling "page left blank" deals more with the expectations of the
user or reader of the book than of the printing process involved.

Astoria, OR
Received on Mon Feb 17 2003 - 15:13:00 GMT

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