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Old 10-28-2008, 03:28 AM   #1
pubber
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Default New 'improved' facing page

Hi, I wonder if someone would mind taking a look at the facing page of my historical publication Skegness Revisited?
I'm particularly interested in anyone's views about the justification in the line `Historical events and human interest stories which took place in Skegness during the 1880's', below the image of a Victorian flower seller.
Is there a print design or typographical `rule' about justification that I should consider?
Also, any comments, however critical, about the design of this page would be welcome.
Regards to all,
Paul
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