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Hi Sylvia

Most of time I create documents that are one-sided and honestly I quite don't 
see where your problem is ;) .

If you want to have continuous page numbering, use just one page style - 
default should do just fine. You should only: (1) adjust margins (left should 
be bigger, since your thesis will be binded there). Then (2) export your 
document as PDF (if you don't have printer in home, you should anyway, in 
order to preserve your formatting), (3) ensure that page numbering is correct 
(by default it should be, but if you File -> Export as PDF, you can check 
"Export automatically inserted blank pages", which may change things a bit) 
and (4) print it one-sided, one page per sheet (most printers should have this 
as default setting). That's all.

Hope you understood what I mean and hope it helps :) .
Best regards
Mirosław Zalewski

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