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I write a newsletter and I'm sometimes battling with copy exceeding page length. I need a nice way to direct the reader to where they can find the end of the article and which column to jump to. I'm wondering if there's a standard dingbat and whether the words, such as 'continued on page 2 left column', should be in the same font but a point size smaller, or in italics, or if there's any convention here. Though not technically appropriate, double guillemets might be nice? Like this:
Continued on p.3, right column »
or with an arrow:
Cont'd on p.3, right column →
Cont'd on p.3, right column ⇒