[bksvol-discuss] Re: Picture Caption Pages

Hi Debby,

I always move pages in the middle of the book as you describe to the end of
the book so as to preserve proper sequential page numbering.  And when
labeling the picture captions, I write [Picture Caption: A dog and his boy.]
Or whatever the picture caption says. Just what I do.

I suppose you could do this if you want to be complete: [Picture removed.
Picture Caption: A dog and his boy.]

Mayrie

 

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Hi everyone!

I remember reading in the manual to remove  pages that are in the middle of
the book if they are just picture pages.  I reviewed that section again just
now wich also mentioned advertizements.

Page 176 has the text of the chapter, then there are several pages with
picture captions, and then there is page 177 with more of the chapter text.

Do I put the word:

[Image]

before each caption?

Do I move these pages to the end of the book since there is a break in the
consecutive numbering of pages, since the picture pages with the captions
are not numbered?  I don't really want to delete them altogether, since I
find it interesting when NLS books include picture captions.

Thanks!

Debby


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