[bksvol-discuss] Re: Chapter Headings

Thinking back, I believe you are right Mike. And your solution is the best.

If you will send me the name of a book you've done this with, I'll check it out and let you know the results.

Bob
----- Original Message ----- From: "Mike" <mlsestak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Some time ago, when the use of font size for indicating navigation points was started, I asked a similar question. What happens when you change the font for two lines of text with no blank lines between them? In my case, the chapter title was two lines long. The answer I got was that if two lines without blank lines between them have the same font then bold and change the font size to say 16 for both lines, the bookshare software will make that into one navigation point. So, if you had a line with "Chapter 1" and after it a line with "First chapter title" and you bold and raise the font size to 16, the reader should be able to navigate by a line that says "Chapter 1 First chapter title." So, that is what I have been doing. Unfortunately, I am not a member, so I cant' check if that's how my submissions actually turn out.

Misha

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    *From:* Martha Rafter <mailto:mlhr@xxxxxxx>
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    *Sent:* Thursday, January 13, 2011 7:08 PM
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    Hi Gang,

    I have a question about the chapter and chapter names on the book
    I'm working on right now.For each chapter, there is a line such as
    "Chapter one," and then 2 lines later there is a chapter name such
    as "Loving The Living God."Is this second line considered a
    chapter subheading or is it part of the chapter heading?I'm
    confused as to whether it should be in 14 or 16 point.Thanks!

    Marty R

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