[bksvol-discuss] Re: Newbie Checks In

I don't know how others feel but I would say no blank lines. Others can correct me on this too but I would pretty much leave the formatting alone unless it is something like tables. I have only done a few books but they were excellent scans so all I had to do was change an occasional 1 to an i or fix a word missing a letter that the scan didn't pick up for some reason. I also made sure relevant material e.g. title coppyright ectwas their.

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----- Original Message ----- From: "Marilyn Beasley" <mbeasley@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2008 8:54 AM
Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: Newbie Checks In


Good morning, all.

Whip out your crayons and color me "Thrilled"!  I have taken
everyone's advice, plus a lovely phone call from Rob T. and
happily making my way through my first assignment.

I have only one question:  Per my past (and probably mistaken)
training, I am leaving a blank space between paragraphs,
instead of making an indent in the first line.  I'm only on page 58
so conceivably I could go back and fix this if it's unacceptable.

I went to the library and checked out the book so I could more
thoroughly proofread, and it is a great help.  Once again, color
me "Thrilled" and know that I thank you all for everything.

Hugs,
Marilyn on Long Island

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