In Word, section breaks are ^b and page breaks are ^m, so yes, they are different. But Marissa has said that I don't have to bother converting section breaks to page breaks, which implies that section breaks WILL be acceptable in March, as they are today. Carrie Reggie & Lonnie <regandlon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: Carrie and all: Since sectoin breaks have been brought up, are they the same as page breaks, or should I ask, will they be acceptable in March? Reggie ----- Original Message ----- From: Carrie Karnos To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Saturday, February 12, 2005 9:08 PM Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: changing section breaks to page breaks? Hi Jake, Far be it for me to assign you work, but if you're willing to look at a book that I'm positive has section breaks instead of page breaks, then The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell is on the download list. It was scanned and OCRed at the Bookshare office. Carrie Jake Brownell <jabrown@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: Hi Carrie, I'm not a K1K user, but I can definately say that it does see normal page breaks. Whether or not it recognizes section breaks I do not know. I'm assuming someone out there can look into this and let us know. I am an OpenBook user (not by choice) and I'm not sure how it would handle "section breaks." If you or someone else would like me to look into it, I'd be happy to do so, just point me in the direction of an appropriate file. HTH, Jake ----- Original Message ----- From: Carrie Karnos To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Saturday, February 12, 2005 6:14 PM Subject: [bksvol-discuss] changing section breaks to page breaks? Hi Jill, When I replied to Reggie off-list, I said that the OCR program at the Bookshare office puts section breaks instead of page breaks in its RTF files. I always change the section breaks immediately to page breaks whenever I validate a book, even though Marissa said I needn't do that. Maybe before we submit books from the office, we should change all the section breaks to page breaks, but I'm not sure this would help. It sounds like Kurzweil ignores both section breaks AND page breaks. I don't know that there are any other kinds of breaks that we can insert between pages. What do you think? Should we change the section breaks to page breaks before submitting books, or is there another alternative I'm not thinking of right now? What I told Reggie to do was send me the books, and I'd see if the section breaks were still there. If they were, I'll change them to page breaks; if not, I'll get the original books from the office and insert page breaks at the appropriate places. Either way, the books will get page breaks, then I'll send the page-breaked (page-broken?) books back to him. Carrie Jill O'Connell <jillocon@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: You're not the only one who is confused about page breaks in spite of the help others have given. I am currently using Kurzweil to validate and it doesn't ever even say the word page break. I just assume they are where the Kurzweil page numbers are spoken but don't know if that's correct. And if a book number is missing I really have no idea where to type it or whether to insert a page break. I could really use help on this. Jill ----- Original Message ----- From: Reggie & Lonnie To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Saturday, February 12, 2005 10:39 AM Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: OT: Re: To Carrie Carrie: I have 4 short children's books that were placed on the site last week. They are validated, but I cannot find any page breaks at all. Should I reject them (not my favorite thing to do), accept them as is, or release for someone else to put page breaks in who can see them? They are RTF and I placed them on my BN to validate. Sure hope I did not clear the page breaks! I have contacted Gustavo, but when I saw your name on here, I decided to ask directly! I am just so, so confused about this page break thing! I don't have Kurzweil so I am not certain anymore what I should use for validating. Reggie --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? Meet the all-new My Yahoo! ? Try it today! --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Search presents - Jib Jab's 'Second Term' --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Search presents - Jib Jab's 'Second Term'