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Method of paginating printed material










Image Number 6 for United States Patent #6964016.

A printed material to be folded a plurality of times is paginated by displaying an unfolded leaf and assigning page numbers to pages on the face and back of the unfolded leaf through computer processing. The number of rectangles corresponding to the number of pages in a matrix is designated on each of the face and back of the unfolded leaf. One of the rectangles is determined as a 1st page on either one of the face and back of the unfolded leaf, and the rectangle on the reverse side which corresponds to the 1st page is determined as a 2nd page. One of the rectangles which will face the 2nd page when the leaf is folded once is determined as a 3rd page. The rectangle on the reverse side which corresponds to the 3rd page is determined as a 4th page. One of the rectangles which will face the 4th page when the leaf is folded twice is determined as a 5th page, and the rectangle on the reverse side which corresponds to the 5th page is determined as a 6th page. One of the rectangles which will face the 6th page when the leaf is folded twice is determined as a 7th page, and the rectangle on the reverse side which corresponds to the 7th page is determined as an 8th page. An unfolded leaf can thus easily be paginated before it is folded, stitched, and cut into a book.








 
 
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