[bksvol-discuss] Re: deleting author's name from every page

  • From: Bud Schwab <budschwab@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 01 Aug 2006 21:49:05 -0700

Hi Cindy,

Yes, I am using k1000 so it may not have that feature that I can use. I'm waiting for a reply from Carie to see if her suggestion was for k1000. Thanks.

BudAt 09:39 PM 8/1/2006, you wrote:
Hi, Bud,

If you're using K1000 I don't know how to help, unless
it's similar to Word. If you have a Replace, you put
the heading into the replace and leave the With blank.
Then hit replace all.

Usually, the headings are in a different font or size,
so the original title, etc. won't be affected. You can
go to match case and click on that to be sure.
Usually, too, after everything is cleared, you're
asked if you want to go back to the beginning. I say
no, because OI don't want to take the chance of the
original title or author being deleted.

I have, upon occasion, globally replaced and found
that something were eliminated that shouldn't have
been. Fortunately, I found that one can undo, if one
catches it quickly enough. This wouldn't refer to
headings but to other things in the text
. Then I replace one by one.

If what you have doesn't work like Word, then this
advice is no help--nor is it if it isn't clear enough.

Cindy
--- Bud Schwab <budschwab@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi Carrie,
>
> Thanks for the info. Pardon my ignorance, but how
> do I do a global
> replace? Could you give me a step by step
> procedure. I don't believe
> that is in rank spelling or spell check, is it? I
> still have a lot
> to learn about all of this.
> Thanks again.
>
> Bud
> At 09:01 PM 8/1/2006, you wrote:
> >Hi Bud,
> >
> >What I do is to add an extra character to the
> author's name where I
> >want it to remain (like on the title and copyright
> pages), then I do
> >a global replace of the author's name to nothing,
> and delete the
> >extra characters. Yes, it's a pain, but it's
> better than deleting
> >each one by hand.
> >
> >(As an example, if the author is John Milton, I
> change the name to
> >Johnx Milton on the title and copyright pages,
> delete all of the
> >John Milton names everywhere, then change Johnx
> Milton back to John Milton.)
> >
> >Just a suggestion, Carrie
> >
> >Bud Schwab <budschwab@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >Hi Gang,
> >
> >Is it possible to delete something that repeats
> over and over like
> >the author's name or the title with either spell
> check or rank
> >spelling? I can't figure out how it could be done
> but I'm sure it
> >can be done if I knew what I was doing. That would
> save a lot of
> >time from going through the book page by page and
> doing it by hand.
> >Thanks.
> >
> >
> >Bud Schwab
> >W 6 Z Y P
> >Malibu, California
> >
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