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If running text is organized in large blocks or full pages and a reader would have little difficulty in identifying a continuation across several pages of illustrations, continued notes typically are not necessary.

When text is interrupted by six or more pages of illustrations—and the continuation is not clear—consider using a continued note, in italics, within parentheses:

(Continued on page 000)

After six or more pages, consider using a continued note at the beginning of the text:

(Continued from page 000)