[bksvol-discuss] Re: Did I lose the page breaks?
- From: "Julie Morales" <inlovewithchrist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: <bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 23 Jul 2005 23:42:02 -0700
Hi, Pam. Actually, that's not true. Word puts in its own page breaks when it eats text file page breaks. I think they're called soft page breaks, where they don't actually follow the pagination of the book but Word inserts them based on your margins, so even if you did lose the page breaks, Word would still tell you what page it thinks you're on, anyway. Take care. Julie Morales inlovewithchrist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Windows/MSN Messenger (but not email): mercy0421@xxxxxxxxxxx ----- Original Message ----- From: "Pam Quinn" <quinn.family@xxxxxxxxx> To: <bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Saturday, July 23, 2005 8:05 AM Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: Did I lose the page breaks? If it says you're at page 327 at the end, I would say that the page breaks were preserved and there are 327 pages in the document. Otherwise I wouldn't think there would be any way of calculating it. Pam >Hi folks, > >I've just downloaded an Openbook .ark file from the step 1 page. I used OB >to convert the file to .txt, then opened it in MS Word, and immediately >saved to .rtf. > >The only thing I notice about this .rtf file that is different from the rtf >files I validated before was that when I would go from page to page, I >would >hear "page break" read by the screen reader. Now, when I arrow from page to >page, I don't hear "page break". I can still jump to the bottom of the >file, >and I'm told I'm on page 327, which sounds to me like the page breaks have >been preserved. Am I correct? Or has the extra step of going from .ark to >.txt to .rtf been a negative move? > >Scott > >