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Use the BlankPages ScriptLine to insert one or more blank pages into a Script.

 

Often, in the case of bookbound diaries, the very first and very last pages are left blank, since they are glued onto the cardboard cover. Because this is a common occurrence, you can specify if you wish to have Q++ automatically add a blank page at the front and/or back of each new Script you create (see Scripts Preferences).

 

If you wish to leave some pages undefined because you are expecting film, or even a printed signature, for these pages to be supplied separately, you should use PlaceHolders instead.


Topic 007000 updated on 05-Jul-2002.
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