[bksvol-discuss] Re: question about searching the site

Thank you, everyone.  I should have thought of that!

Peace,
Sheri

At 05:02 PM 4/5/06, you wrote:
HI Sheri,

Here is how you can bring up a list of books you have submitted and have
been released to the site.
Search for one of your books, open the longer description of it. Then at the
end of the description you will see a link to your profile. The profile also
includes a list of all the books you have submitted.


Katie Hill No one is given a dream without also being given the power to make it come true

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Sent: Wednesday, April 05, 2006 8:02 AM
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Subject: [bksvol-discuss] question about searching the site

Good Morning, Folks,

Apologies for what might be a dumb question.  Is there any way to search
the Bookshare site by submitter of the book?
I'm asking because I used to have this handy piece of paper beside my
computer on which I'd written a list of the books on my hard drive that I'd
already submitted.  I'm thinking that piece of paper is now on  the bottom
of my paper recycling basket and I'm loathed to go digging through all that
mess to find it.    *Please* don't tell me I have to search for each book
individually on the site to find out if I've submitted it already!

I'm also starting to notice who submits and scans the kinds of things
I like to read, and searching by submitter would be a fun way to browse for
books.

Thanks!
Peace,
Sheri W-J


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