October 1, 1979 FORMATTING EDIT CODES
NEW page (column)


!-N-


!-N- new page (column) ____________________________
This code forces the following text to start a new page, or
possibly a new column if multi-column format has previously been
specified.


!-N[<page>][<mode>]-
0 C
n R


<page>...the number of the new page, if not specified, is one
greater than that of the last page (page numbering is
suppressed if "0" is specified)
<mode>...this defaults to the current numeral type (initially
arabic, roman numerals if "R" is specified). If in
Multi-Column Mode and "C" is specified, a new column
is started (otherwise the "C" is ignored).
NOTES _____
If "!-N0-" is not specified, page numbering begins with page
"1".
To return to arabic numerals when the current numeral mode is
roman numerals, <n> must be explicitly specified.
To skip multiple pages, a special blank ("¬") must be specified
between separate format codes because of format code
combination rules. A page without text will not be skipped;
however, "¬" is considered text.
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NEW page (column)
EXAMPLES ________
!-n-¬!-n-¬!-n- ______________
This sequence of codes will leave two blank pages in the
document (note the use of the special blank "¬").
!-n5- _____
This code will cause a new page to be started; it will be
numbered page "5".
!-nr2- ______
A new page will be started and numbered "ii"; subsequent
pages are numbered with roman numerals.
!-n0- _____
A new page will be started and page numbering will be
suppressed (starting with the new page).
!-nc- _____
This code will start a new column (if in multi-column format
-- see the !+COLUMN+ alter code).
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