When pagination moved backshop duties onto the copy desk, only about 40 percent of the surveyed papers added staff to handle the increased workload. The extra time needed to dummy a page did not go away with experience.

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At a time when editors told educators that pagination skills didnít need to be emphasized in the classroom, the percentage of want ads that required or recommended the ability to paginate jumped.

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Finding the right blend of words and graphics to help a user find what heís looking for is a little like Goldilocks seeking the best place to sleep: It has to be just right. Too many graphics, but especially too many words, slow down a Web user.

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