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paginated

Page oriented; having page numbers, headers and footers like a book or article. Contrast with a "Web page," which is a single, vertical page of any length. Web pages do not convert easily into printed material, which requires page numbers, but paginated material can be used both for print and online such as the widely used PDF format. See pagination.
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Additionally, this mapping supports paginated HTML and features a set of page navigation controls.
My home 'computer and $79 scanner can produce paginated publications, including photos, with an ease and sophistication that the Advertiser's state-of-the-art system couldn't touch in 1986.
The first clue to the literary and textual significance of the Huntington manuscript is that the final nine pages of the 407-leaf Rosenbach manuscript also appear on its eight leaves, paginated identically 641, 642, 643 & 644, 645,646,647, 648, and 649 in blue pencil.
Quarles's appeal to "heroick fire", 1 (text paginated separately); see also 18, 23, and 37.
The two parts of Volume II are consecutively paginated.
1250 Sixth Avenue, San Diego, California 92101, 1990, paginated by section, $40.
com is making its selected content available through Flipboard Pages, an HTML5-based framework that automatically converts web content into full-page, paginated reading experiences when browsing content with Flipboard.
Implementation of paginated and pixel perfect tabular reports with SSRS 2016
Since the article is continuously paginated, as the handbook points out, issue numbers are irrelevant to locating the article, so they are not included in the citation.
Color plates and fold-out line drawings are not paginated.
said last week that stories will be selected, translated and paginated by Journal editors who will have access to all of the content the various editions of the Journal.
Levine, Warren, Gorham & Lamont, 210 South Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02111, 1989, paginated by section.