The tools are supposed to move page numbers at the bottom to the top,
but I don't trust the tools to be all that smart. If most of the page
numbers are at the top then when a few page numbers are at the bottom I
move them to the top. The question about the formatting of page numbers
may refer to preliminary pages. If there are pages before page one - I
hate that - they should be numbered in lower case Roman numerals. If
they are already numbered in Roman numerals and there are pages before
Roman numeral one then those should be numbered separately in
capitalized Roman numerals.
On 11/18/2015 2:44 PM, Evan Reese wrote:
Firstly, yes, it would be good to put a number on those unnumbered pages.
Secondly, there is no need to have the page number at the same place on every page. If the numbers are there, on a line by themselves, Bookshare’s tools will find them.
Thirdly, I’m not aware of any correct format for the page numbers. I’m not even sure what that means. If you mean whether they should be centered on a line, on the left or flush on the right, I don’t think it matters, as in my answer to your second question. If you mean something else, I have no idea.
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*Subject:* [bksvol-discuss] Page Numbering - Three Questions
Some books don't print a page number for every page. For example, one book I read did not print a page number if there was a full-page illustration on the page. Should I add it?
Some books place the page number in a different place on the page depending on circumstances. For instance, I am scanning a book of short stories. The page number on the first page of a story is centered on the bottom line of the page, while the page numbers for all other pages are on the top line (left or right side). Should I move the "oddball" page numbers to match the rest?
Just out of curiosity, is there a "proper format" for page numbers? If so, what is it? I see a reference to it in the help sections, but not what it is.