Jenny Indenting and blank lines are a strange thing. As you have K1000, try this experiment: begin by making certain that you save the images of the pages you scan. Now, scan 3 or 4 pages with whatever scan engine in K1000 you are currently using. Save them to disk. Now, go into the settings menu, find the recognition setting and switch you4r recognition engine to the other engine. Next, go into the Scan menu and ask to have those pages re-recognized. Save those and compare. You likely will see differences in spacing, blank lines or the absence thereof, and other idiocyncracies. You may or may not find paragraphs depending upon settings, etc. The bottom line is that scanning is an art, not a science. The chances of a book you scan or validate exactly replicating the print book in appearance is slim or none given the variables. And, unless you have the print book in hand, you will never be certain which is correct. And, from a practical standpoint, much of this won't impact the value of the book to the end reader especially, and keep this in mind, there reading software may too make changes. So unless you wish to replicate the maticuousness of the medieval monks who copied pages by hand and it might take months to copy a book, focus on the big picture than the small stuff. And if you focus too much on the small stuff, soon validating will seem like a chore than a pleasure. Have some respect for the submitter that they knew what they were doing. In many instances, they have already edited and, in effect, prevalidated the book. Too much tinkering on your end may counterbalance what they conceivably spent hours fixing up. If a book looks good, it likely is already good. And with K1000, you have the distinct advantage of knowing this mighty quickly. To unsubscribe from this list send a blank Email to bksvol-discuss-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx put the word 'unsubscribe' by itself in the subject line. To get a list of available commands, put the word 'help' by itself in the subject line.