I need help in making a textbook useful. I took "Good to Great" because I had a class that used it, so I have a print copy. I also thought it didn't have that many tables and graphs in it, but the class was a few years ago and my memory was not quite right. So, here are the difficulties I have with this book... It has some graphs and other diagrams in it. I think I can describe all of them well enough to get the idea across, but is there any standard way to specify that they are descriptions of pictures? There are footnotes at the bottom of a few pages. How do I indicate where the footnote symbol in the page text and how do I indicate where the footnote text begins at the bottom of the page? There are also end notes, that have an indicator in the regular text, then the notes are all listed at the end of the book. Same question for how I indicate these as for the footnotes. Throughout the book, some ot the text is highlighted by being in grey boxes. These scanned in very well for the most part so that isn't the problem. These aren't separate sidebar information, they are just parts of the text the author apparently thought are important enough to highlight. Is there any standard way to indicate such highlighting? Or should I just ignore it? Finally, I looked back at some of the comments related to book formatting in the bookshare volunteer discussion archive and it is mentioned that tabs and spaces to format tables may be removed by the bookshare software. What is the best way to get tables with rows and columns and labels for these so that they make sense in a screen reader (I've used a screen reader in the past, but not recently, these days I just zoom things about 3 times normal)? I'd like to work toward doing textbooks since I can see well enough to compare the printed version to the downloaded file, but maybe I'm not ready for this complex a task, yet. But, if anyone can help me, I'll try. Mike To unsubscribe from this list send a blank Email to bksvol-discuss-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx put the word 'unsubscribe' by itself in the subject line. To get a list of available commands, put the word 'help' by itself in the subject line.