[bksvol-discuss] Re: Question re caps

Thanks Katie, for the clarification.

Cindy

--- Kaitlyn <kaitlyn@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> HI Cindy, 
> 
> There isn't volume change but depending on the users
> preferences it may be
> indicated by a verbal announcement or a simple pitch
> change. I have always
> just left them as is. I have also when scanning left
> the book in the font it
> was in instead of using a specified font in
> Kurzweil. It appears that it
> does leave all the font sizing and types in tacked. 
> 
> 
> 
> Katie Hill
> You can learn a lot if you are humble enough to
> listen.
> Lynn Lewis Warren
> Email: Kaitlyn@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> -----Original Message-----
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> Behalf Of Cindy
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> Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Question re caps
> 
> The books I'm validating now has the first sentence
> of
> every chapter in capital letters. In the past, if
> the
> file I downloaded did not put them in caps, I didn't
> either, since when I proofed for PG the rule was not
> to. In fact, I might have change them to normal
> sentence case. The last book I validated that had
> the
> first words in caps,I did leave them rather than
> change them, but now I'm wondering--especially for
> those of you who listen to the books--I seem to
> remember someone saying, at least as far as e-mails
> go, that caps are louder and/or indicae emphasis. Is
> this true in books? Shall I change the first lines
> of
> the chapters to ordinary sentence case?
> 
> Cindy
> 
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