[bksvol-discuss] Re: scanning the back of a hard-cover book

Hmm, I always enjoy making up long synopsis's, the only problem with that is if I haven't yet read the book I'm going to submit, lol. Julia ----- Original Message ----- From: "Grandma Cindy" <popularplace@xxxxxxxxx>

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Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: scanning the back of a hard-cover book


I've never been able to scan it--usually the colors or
the material of the cover makes it difficult. I just
type it in, but it really isn't necessary to include.
I type in the cover flap info, too, usually, but
again, it isn't necessary to have it. Sometimes both
are good to use as the long synopsis.

Cindy

--- Shane Christenson <drummershane@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi folks. Anyone know the best way to scan the back
of a hard-cover
book where the book jacket information is usually
found? I've tried
it on the default settings with k1000 version 11,
but my results have
been less than satisfactory. Any help would be most
appreciated.

Shane

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