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pagination

[‚paj·ə′nā·shən]
(graphic arts)
The art of planning page format to allow sequence page numbering.

Pagination

 

the consecutive numbering of the pages of a printed work, indicated by page numbers located at the top or bottom of a page. Pagination also refers to the total number of pages in a printed work, including such material as maps and appendixes.

pagination

(1) Page numbering.

(2) Laying out printed pages, which includes page numbers, margins, tabs, headers, footers and columns. The term generally refers to printing books and long manuscripts rather than ads and brochures with only a few pages. See paginated and page layout program.
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Its Extended Publishing Family of Products for the 21st Century (XP-21) has an open system architecture that permits integration of editorial functions, classified and display advertising, news and classified pagination, photo input, photo enhancement, and graphics management capabilities, into comprehensive publishing solutions.
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These costs include pagination fees, manuscript reviewer fees, subscription costs, and mandatory membership if an association is in part sponsoring the journal.
Just as word processing software running on PCs put an end to dedicated word processing systems, so will micro-based layout and pagination programs eliminate the need for expensive electronic publishing systems," he said.
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Unisys will add the business to its Unisys publishing system business, which currently covers editorial, electronic pagination and archiving systems.
One final proposal -- it seems strange to retain the original pagination of the articles as the sole pagination of the book.