separator page

separator page

[′sep·ə‚rād·ər ‚pāj]
(computer science)
A page preceding or following a report in a computer printout giving all information needed to identify the report.
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Each section of the submittal must be separated by a separator page.
Separator pages will not contain any text beyond the section name.
With the second paper tray, you can even configure the unit to put a separator page between each incoming fax, simplifying fax distribution.
By eliminating physical separator pages from the process, the company saves $60,000 annually in these paper costs alone.
Previously, we were putting a cover page on each set of invoice documents, and separator pages between the actual invoice and its attachments.
Additionally, if users spend a lot of time manually preparing documents before scanning by sorting them into color and black & white batches, orientating them in one direction, removing blank pages, and inserting separator pages, VRS 4.