I'm glad you're asking about this. I, too, am a new user of Scientific Notebook. I'm 3 chapters into an algebra textbook, and have run into a small problem that I can't figure out how to fix. What I'm doing: The book was scanned and put onto disk for me. I then run it through Omnipage to turn it into a text file and save it as "formatted text". Then to S.N. to get all the math correct, then into Duxbury. The problem: in Duxbury, every single line has a <para.> code to it. This has totally messed up the formatting of the braille. For some reason, it won't let me do a "search and replace" on the code. I've tried getting rid of it manually and that removes all formatting. So-what do I do now? Do I save it as something else in Omnipage to start with? Can I do something within S.N.? How do I get rid of the extra unwanted codes but keep the ones that are supposed to be there? So far I've been removing all the extra garbage manually, but it's a real pain in the backside and I'd really love for somebody to tell me an easier way to do this. Thanks lots. Kaari _____ From: duxuser-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:duxuser-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Janet Sent: Wednesday, January 24, 2007 6:25 PM To: duxuser@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [duxuser] Scientific Notebook Hi! I am a new user of Scientific notebook. What settings do I need to apply in order to export a math file I have created in Scientific Notebook 5.5 into Duxbury 10.5? I would like my end product to be Nemeth braille. Any help would be much appreciated.