[bksvol-discuss] Re: one more question

Kelly C., I've come across the same thing but I left
the page in. I suppose it gives a sample of how the
book reads--or it piques the reader's interest. I'll
leave the queston for someone else in authority to
answer, though.

Cindy


-- Kelly Carlson <kccat@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Gary, you basicly answered my question as well.  I
> felt left out since I felt no one answered my
> questions, thanks.  Anyways, you're right, when I
> read larger print books, I read the front cover,
> then the back then go into the book.  Since the back
> is already there, I'll do the front and fix the book
> up a bit.  :)
> 
> Would you like to answer the other question? <g>  I
> have a page at the front that's a copy of a page in
> the middle of the book.  Now it exist like that in
> the print copy but there's no reason for it. Can I
> take it out?
> 
> Kelly C
> Kelly C


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