Lora, I agree with you. And here is the thing, I can see. So I know that the font might be different than the font in the book. The majority of volunteers are blind. How do they know if what they scanned isn't identical to the print book? So how can it matter so much? Because I can see, it is wrong for me to KNOWINGLY change the font of a book I scan or validate. But if I couldn't see, it wouldn't be wrong for me to UNKNOWINGLY change the font or size. Right? But, isn't the whole point of bookshare to make books ACCESSIBLE to everybody? In a large print book the publisher changes the font size. In an audio book the publisher changes many things about the book including eliminating headers and page numbers. It seems to me that Bookshare should have some leniency here. But it also seems a simple solution for the sighted print disabled Bookshare member would be for that member to change the font size in his or her own digital copy of the book to a workable font for that user. Jamie in Michigan Currently Reading - When death comes stealing : a Tamara Hayle mystery / Valerie Wilson Wesley I'm an eBay affiliate, click here before you bid! Click here for eBay!