He did the 183 and the 284 page versions.
He reference "71-78/183" means the document begins on page 71, ends on page 78 of the discovery doc having 183 pages. I do something similar with my documets, I put for example, P. 8 of 173, dated xx/xx/xx. It's easy as could be one you have the long document in front of ou.
I have the later released 284 page PDF.
But my copy of the earlier one is 184 pages, not 183.
When I saved the file, it came with the name
and Adobe Reader X will let me select the whole thing and paste it into Notepad and most of the text actually survives the process as text, whereas the 284 page PDF says nothing about OCR and can't be copied and pasted.
Is it possible that the extra page is an artifact of the OCR'ing process done by whoever it was that did it?
Apparently I got it from here:http://s3.documentcloud.org/documents/357450/trayvon-martin-documents-ocr.pdf
Wonder if they have an OCR version of the 284 pager?