[bksvol-discuss] People on the list

  • From: Cindy <popularplace@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 17 Aug 2006 15:19:15 -0700 (PDT)

Hi, Amy,

It is confusing to people who haven't been here for
while, so I thought I'd post here.

E  is Elizabeth. There was another Elizabeth who
posted regularly, so "E" decided just to use her first
initial (besides, it's less typing--smile).
Estelnalissi --isn't that a beautiful name? I forget
its meaning-- is known familiarly and posts as Lissi.

Recently another Cindy posted--oh, dear. I may have to
start adding my initial or something, but I haven't
seen her lately.

The loquacious Cindy
--- Amy Goldring Tajalli
<agoldringtajalli@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> E:
> Sorry to be fussy but Sam used a small pot, not a
> frying pan, if my questionable memory  is correct. 
> I cannot look it up right now but will if need
> later.
> Amy
>   ----- Original Message ----- 
>   From: Estelnalissi 
>   To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
>   Sent: Tuesday, August 15, 2006 1:34 PM
>   Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Widening narrow margins
>   Dear Volunteers,
>   The book I've just started validating has very
> short lines throughout. I imagine it's duplicated
> the original text. Did I understand that we are
> encouraged to make wider margins?
>   If so, I haven't been successful in trying to do
> it with Microsoft word, 200 with Jaws 7.0 with an
> RTF file. I left justified the margins. In the
> paragraph dialogue box, I put zeros in the for boxes
> which ask four numbers. I put in body text, none and
> single in the other drop down boxes.. 
>   Then I wandered around the menus but couldn't find
> out how to widen the margins. It really isn't 
> necessary because I do believe the scanned edition
> had short lines. In case you are interested, the
> lines are about 55 characters long, with spaces. But
> if longer lines are preferred, I'll lengthen them if
> I know how. 
>   Leave as is or not as is. That is the question.
>   Always with love
>   Lissi
>   "Maybe I should write a book called one hundred
> and one ways to use a frying pan." 
>   Sam Gamgee 
>   in Tolkien fanfiction by Alatariel

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