[bksvol-discuss] Re: resubmitting a book

That makes sense to me.  I think that's the way I'd also do it, but what
about the watermark business?  Like Guido pointed out, I'd like to hear what
the powers that be at Bookshare have to say about this and resubmitting a
book without having to go to the time and possibly expense of locating a
copy of the book and rescanning it.    Louise




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> I can only tell you the way I did it in the past, I don't know if it is
> according to Hoyle or not.
> I downloaded the daisy format of the book.
> When I unpacked it I had the unpack tool create a html version.
> I loaded that html version in Internet Explorer, where I saved it as a RTF
> file.
> I closed IE, loaded the RTF file in Wordpad, got rid of all the Bookshare
> stuff at the top, and then edited the book.
> When done editing, I resubmitted it as a RTF file making sure to note in
> the comment field that it was an improved edit of the copy already on
> Bookshare.
>
>
> Dave
>
> At 01:52 PM 5/21/2004, you wrote:
> >If one downloads a book that is already on Bookshare and would like to
> >improve the quality, do they have to locate a print copy of the book and
> >rescan it in order to put a better copy of the book on Bookshare?  If
not,
> >how can they resubmit the book which apparently already has their
particular
> >digital fingerprint and/or watermark in  the copy of the book when it was
> >downloaded and unpacked?
>
>
>
>


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