repagination

repagination

(ˌriːpædʒɪˈneɪʃən)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) the process of repaginating a book or document; the renumbering of the pages of a book
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(Whether each Author's Note in the 1924 Dent Collected Works is a precise transcription from any ur-version is another matter, not--and need not be--Knowles's concern, and also beyond the scope of this review.) A single minor erratum (12) attests to some sort of intervention or painstaking transcription of the prefaces, the production process not relying on modern digital magic for reproduction and repagination of the format.
Ils vont de la simple remise des feuillets dans le bon ordre, avec repagination, a la reunification de manuscrits dissocies lors de la cotation (26), ou au contraire a la creation de nouvelles sous-cotes pour distinguer soit des etats differents d'une meme oeuvre (27), soit des sous-ensembles a l'interieur d'une meme cote (28).
This software has an easy to learn interface with the thumbnail window for viewing and repagination. It has got a very pleasant bonus such as page cutting.
"Newspapers have some of the most unbelievably fascinating problems to solve." Work on those problems led to things like progressive repagination of classified sections to achieve the best effect, faceted search to automatically recognize and assign attributes of an ad's order and its content, ColorAdBoss to determine an optimum imposition, and, more recently, FivegsAdBoss, application-independent mirroring to provide multi-site high-availability for servers within a centralized ad-production system.
(46) This would be moderately easy for repagination or changing a few important words, prohibitively difficult for detailed editing.
[Both parts bound together, without repagination.] Gainesville: University Presses of Florida, 1980.
There is enhanced document repagination functionality that eliminates empty space and unwanted data to automatically reduce the number of pages in a document.
Other factors such as repagination and removal of lead-in statements also contributed to this reduction in length of questionnaires (see Appendices 1 and 2).
In addition, Howe's "re-ordering of the forward process of reading," a textual move that functions sometimes by playing upon one's trained sensibility, highlights such a circular motion further by forcing one, having reached the end of the six-line poem on page 7, to turn the book upside down so as to resume "the forward process of reading" of the repeating part, thus necessitating a repagination of the former 7 as now 6, and 6 as 7.
141) one of the secrets to Write-Now's fast repagination is the strategy employed for placing text on the page.
This supports page breaks (if somewhat clumsily through a repagination option in the Print menu) and double spacing (again through the Print menu), and includes a facility for creating macros for lengthy command sequences.