[bksvol-discuss] Re: Pagination Comments

It doesn't matter what page your OCR program tells you that you are on. That does not show up in the final product anyway. Just make sure that if the book claims a page is page 19 or 134 or anything else that you have it numbered that way.



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----- Original Message ----- From: "Kane Brolin" <kbrolin65@xxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Pagination Comments


OK, this probably will be my last message of this kind prior to
curling up tonight with the Bookshare manual.

On 1/5/10, gail johnson <mama-gail@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Interms of the page numbers:

1. The beginning of the actual novel can be listed as page 1 (one) or
the actual page of the book itself.
2. any other pages before it would be listed in Roman neumerals.
   i.e. Talbe of Contents xi

OK, I understand that I can identify a page with Roman numerals if I
manually enter the page number itself on the top of the actual page in
my scan.  But I don't know of any way to get Kurzweil formally to
identify a page as Roman III or Roman VII instead of Arabic #3 or #7.
Does this matter?

3. any blank pages with in the text should have page numbers and the
words blank page
on a separate line with a blank line in between.

Not a problem.  I can do that.

4. If a page has an illustration picture descriptions are welcome.  ...

Since I'm doing this by myself and am totally blind, I will probably
identify these just generically as "illustration."

Thanks to everybody once again for your assistance.

-Kane
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