[bksvol-discuss] Re: Cookbook question

Hi, Valerie, it makes sense to me to make sure each step on the
instructions has its own paragraph. As for asterisks, I don't know about
that, but the separate paragraphs would be dandy. Give my best to
Nichole. Regards, Kim. 

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Hi, Kim!

Neither numbers or tags, just a dot between steps.  I have decided to be
grateful for her time consuming work of placing each on its own line and
put a single asterisk between paragraphs.

Hopefully it will read well this way!

Valerie


On Nov 1, 2010, at 11:18 PM, Kim Friedman wrote:

> Hi, Valerie, in the paragraphs giving instructions, are there numbered

> steps or are there little tags like: Adding Wet Ingredients: Frying 
> the
> chicken: that sort of thing? The red dots wouldn't mean anything to me
> but numbered steps would provided they're in the printed text.
Regards,
> Kim Friedman.
> 
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> 
> I am proof reading Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution from an off list 
> volunteer and have a question.  It appears to be an exceptional scan, 
> especially for a cookbook.  I think the scanner is totally blind, but 
> she did something amazing, if so, that I think is very helpful, but 
> different from the print.  In the print, the directions are in a 
> paragraph with red dots between each direction, upwards to ten or more

> in a paragraph.  Anyway, it appears at least as far as I have looked, 
> that she put a paragraph break in place of each dot, making it more 
> readable.  I am highly inclined to retain that since it is visually 
> MUCH easier to follow.  If I do, though, how to indicate the print 
> paragraphs, a single asterisk?
> 
> Also, there are tons of gorgeous pictures, but will everyone be 
> heartbroken if I stick to the cookbook part since it is like 372 very 
> large pages?  Or, if we split credit, does someone want to do picture 
> descriptions?  I would love to get this up before Nichole has her 
> surgery and pictures would be out of the question in that time frame.
> 
> Thanks for any help and guidance!
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