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

That's primarily what i would use that information for. Thanks.

Shane
At 06:28 PM 10/30/2007, you wrote:
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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