[bksvol-discuss] Re: chapter headings

I figured that as a possibility.  But I do understand that I cannot type in the 
string 125 and find that page number?  So, looking at an OReilly computer 
book's table of contents and find a section I want means not entering the page 
number, but the phrase I want to find.

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Guido Corona 
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  No,  you can go to page XXX,  using the go to page facility in Victor soft.  
You may find though that with that program logical pages are offset sometimes 
from physical pages.  If you use Kurzweil instead,  you can set user page 
numbrs in a book to rematch physical pages:  you will find this in the Edit 
menu. 
  In kurzweil the 'goto page' dialogue is in the 'read' menu. 
    
  Guido 


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  Are you saying that if I have a class reading a book available from BS, and 
we're told to look at page 100, that there's no way to look for that page 
number?  Also, why are these being stripped? 
    
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  Yes Cindy,  page numbers are stripped by the automated tool.  Nevertheless,  
we should ensure that we preserve them in our submissions and approved copies,  
because they are preserved in an archival copy of our submissions,  and may be 
utilized in future enhancements of the bookshare system. 
  Furthermore,  if submitting/scanning volunteers nuke those page numbers,  
they will make it impossible for reviewers to perform book integrity checks. 
  Guido 


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  Perhaps putting chapter headings down several line
  spaces rather than just a couple would preserve them.

  We were told at one point that the automated stripper
  would only delete the lines that kept being the same
  and that if there were a page number (which we were
  told to put at the top of the page, then skip a line
  and then put the text) that differed each page then
  the headings wouldn't be stripped. If they're being
  stripped anyway, are the page numbers being stripped,
  too? I agree with the person who said that she
  manually deletes, as she validates, the chapter and
  book title headings that are on the pages subsequent
  to the first page of the chapter.

  Cindy


                 
                                  
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