DSR, DSR Commands, .SUBPAGE
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The .SUBPAGE command begins a new page and a new format for page
numbering. It numbers the new page by keeping the previous page
number and appending the letter A to it. For example, if the
previous page is 10, the first subpage is 10A and the next page
becomes 10B unless you enter an .END SUBPAGE command. (See also
.NUMBER SUBPAGE, .DISPLAY SUBPAGE, .HEADERS ON, .LAYOUT, and
The .END SUBPAGE command begins a new page and goes back to
normal page numbering. If you enter the .END SUBPAGE command
on page 2-8D, for example, the next page would be numbered 2-9.
.SUBPAGE is not in effect.