[bksvol-discuss] Re: Book without blank lines at top/bottom of pages

Christine,  Why don't you release the book.  Tell me what the title is and
I'll pick it up.  I'll take a look at it to see whether it could be salvaged
before rejecting it.

Pratik


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Lori and all,

Yeah, about that comment. I know publishers and authors can submit their 
books in digital files rather than scans, and I guess my tired brain (11:30 
is really late for me) put together the fact that the book happened to be 
submitted by the person who published it with the fact  that the text was 
perfect (not a single scanno or extraneous character, and from what I could 
tell, not even a tab or space out of place) and somehow came to the 
conclusion that the book must be a publisher file rather than a scan. I 
know, I know: That doesn't necessarily follow at all, especially since I 
have learned over the past few weeks of being a validator that this level of

text perfection can be achieved by combining the power of a properly 
configured scanner and a meticulous submitter.

Christine 

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