(See also: Set Page Number on New Page)
Code Used: [pvN]
What does it do?
It sets the page number counter (variable) for the document. If used at the very beginning of a document, the document will begin with the selected number.
Otherwise it sets the number for the next page.
Where would it be used?
This Code does NOT force a page break, but sets the page number for the next page to follow.
Usage in Duxbury:
[pv1][pntr][es~para.] The appendices which follow may be useful.[ee~para.]
[pg][es~h1.] Appendix 1.[ee~h1.]
[p]List of Items[>]
Produces in Braille:
,! app5dices : foll[ may 2
------------ Page break ------------
,app5dix #a4 ;i
,li/ ( ,items4
Let us explain!
[pv1] says "number the next page 1". [pntr] says "make this page number a Roman number". [es~para.] and [ee~para.] start and end the paragraph. [pg] for a new page. [es~h1.] and [ee~h1] begin and end a level 1 Heading. [p] starts a new paragraph.