Actually, E. I found nothing in the volunteer manual about turning section breaks into page breaks and nothing in the volunteer manual about protecting chapter headings. So, Kelby, the answer to those two questions are: If pages have page numbers at the top, you don't need to protect the chapter headings because the page numbers will do that. Just make sure you put a blank line before and after the page number. If the pages have numbers at the bottom, you do need to protect chapter headings. You can do this by putting the word chapter on a line by itself above the chapter heading. There are other ways to do it, but that's what I do, unless I move the page numbers all to the top of the page. To turn section breaks into page breaks in Word press Control-H for the find and replace box. Then type ^b (which is carat b or shift-6 b it must be a lowercase b), tab and type ^p^m^p (carat p carat m carat p with no spaces) and press alt-a to replace them all. Hope that helps! Jamie in Michigan Currently Reading - Needled to Death by Maggie Sefton Get $10 off at Buy.com when you use Google Checkout for the first time! Over 2 million items to choose from.