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Sorry for the delay in responding - I wanted to pool the committee to be sure I was not speaking off the top of my head 🙂
- Six cells is enough to ensure the reader can find the page numbers...you do not need to expand that margin if you have really long page numbers. I will look into clarifying that in Formats.
- I found this question a bit confusing. If you have 21ST CENTURY SKILLS you would start the passage indicator after 21 - even though it looks really weird - and terminate it after SKILLS. If 21ST CENTURY is also italicized, you would need to keep that for distinction. For that, use italic word indicators on each word.
- Because the "definition" on the special symbols page says acute accent above the following letter, one entry works for both the lowercase and uppercase letters.