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Old 10-17-2010, 11:22 PM   #124
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Originally Posted by JSWolf View Post
I much prefer the margins set in the body style.
I had troubles putting top and bottom margin in body. They seem to work better in @page. Maybe because body is for the entire file, whereas page is for the page as rendered by the reader. However, putting left and right margins in @page seemed to indent the ADE page numbers with the text, whereas body margins just indented the text, leaving the ADE page numbers in the margin. That's why I use body for left and right and @page for top and bottom.

Not much of an issue for some readers... nook doesn't show ADE page numbers in the margin - they are at the bottom. Same with Kobo, and I think it's also the same with Sony readers. But some show it in the margins.
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