Hi Jessica,Page breaks are actual codes in the text, usually denoted by a '^m' or ctrl-m. It's actually a command that tells a printer to start a new page. So, you do want to leave them in. If you're proofing in Word or something similar, it will tell you where the page breaks are. Many of us when we validate do a global replace like this, at least in Word:
Find and replace find: ^m Replace with: ^p^m^pthis puts a blank line before and after the page break and makes it easier to mark up for the DAISY copy.
As for the ones at the beginning of the book, that sounds like a picture. Ann P. -- Ann K. Parsons Portal Tutoring EMAIL: akp@xxxxxxxxxxxx http://www.portaltutoring.info "All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost."Email services provided by the System Access Mobile Network. Visit www.serotek.com to learn more about accessibility anywhere.
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