D***n I hit the wrong thing and can't find my answer to you. I'll try again and will try to be brief. I think you've got it To be sure I understand what you think here goes: yes, asterisks go between sections if the book or scan has a multiple-line space between them (2 or more lines. No asterisks around page breaks or numbers and we've been told we don't have to put asterisks before or after chapter titles. (At least I think that's the latest Now for pages with the page number at the bottom of the page: page with text, hit return after last line of text, then page number, then hit return and put page break; then after page break, hit return, new page number; hit return, chapter title if there is one, then hit return and then text. If there is not chapter title page number, hit return and text. HTH helps On Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 7:43 PM, Regina Alvarado <reggie.alvarado@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Received a book back for more editing. Before I send back, I am trying to > proof the new way. Want to know if this is correct. I understand about the > font and points. However, have a few other questions: > > > > When putting an ellipsis to denote change of scenery it is done like this? > > > > Line of text > > * * * > > Line of text > > > > If the number is at the bottom of the page it is done like this? > > > > Last Line of text on a page > > > > page number > > Page break > > > > When there is a chapter name (understanding bolding and points and fon) it > is set up like this? > > > > First line below page break > > > > Chapter number and title > > First line of text > > > > When there is the start of a new page it is done like this. > > > > Line at top of page > > > > First line of text > > > > I will say thanks to anyone who helps. Want to get this book up and not > have it come back for even more editing. > > Reggie To unsubscribe from this list send a blank Email to bksvol-discuss-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx put the word 'unsubscribe' by itself in the subject line. To get a list of available commands, put the word 'help' by itself in the subject line.