...for two volume 20 texts.
The List of Illustrations, which comes immediately after the Table of Contents, was formatted using the same page-masters, since they're the same sort of thing, and neither has a page number. This layout allowed the content to make use of the page footer area where the page number appears in regular pages. The publisher says this is OK for the TOC but not for the Illustrations, so I've created a separate page-sequence for the Illustrations which prevents the text from intruding into the page-number area.
It took a while to figure out what was actually being requested. In the case of most of these adjustments, the amount of time required to make the adjustment has been trivial compared with the time required to clarify exactly what adjustment is required.
This is the blog for volumes 15 to 19 of the journal Scandinavian-Canadian Studies / Études scandinaves au Canada. Our aim is to provide Web-based access to the contents of the print journal in a range of different formats, including PDF, HTML, XML (TEI P5), and plain text (UTF-8).
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