The thing is, in braille, the two hyphens displays better, but braille isn't the only format Bookshare uses, and I'm assuming they do display correctly in the DAISY format. I think we should try to stay as true to the book as we can. Take care.
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Right, when you do two hyphens in word you can automatically get an em dash if you have it set that way. It's also a ^+ if you put it in the find or find and replace box. But now I have two different opinions about whether the em dash should be left as is or should be changed into two hyphens.Jamie in Michigan Currently Reading - Loyalty in Death - J.D. Robb$10 Off Any Purchase at 39DollarGlasses! <http://www.dpbolvw.net/email-1683725-10458428?sid=Email102107> (discount applied at checkout)
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