WARNING! WARNING! This message is rather long, so if you haven't had more than two cups of coffee, reading this at this time is unadvisable. I am proof reading "forging the stream of consciousness" (I forget the author). Let me say that this is an excellent scan. I forget the scannor too (those brain cells are going quickly), but this is, I believe a new scannor, and they did a wonderful job with the scan. This book is definitely not my cup of tea, but I take pride in doing all kinds of books whether I like them or not. Some of them are really challenging, but most are basically boring. Okay, here's my question. This has to do with daisy navigation. This book has two parts parts I and II along with an afterward by the author. I have set these to font size 16. Each part is broken into multiple subparts. Some of the subparts are one paragraph long, and some go on for a page or two. However, there are about two thousand of these subparts. Right now the numbers for these subparts are set to times new roman size 12 ppi. But they are the only thing in the book that is bolded. Should I even bother with these subparts? I would like to set them to times new roman font size 14. But I fear that the large number of these subparts might make it difficult to navigate the book successfully. Finally, if I/we decide that this is indeed a challenge worth accepting how should I go about it? I am not going to (find bolded text, select it, and raise the font size to fourteen points) two thousand times. I consider this a challenge, not a life's goal. I think there should be a way to automate this set of commands. I have Microsoft word 2003 and Kurzweil 1000v12. I also have a program called autohotkey which might help out here. Unfortunately, I am basically dumb. I can't write word macros which might do the trick, nor do I know enough about autohotkey to do the job without a learning curve. So, if someone out there in volunteer land has experience with word's macro capabilities, or can use autohotkey, or knows of something else that might work, would you get in touch with me at rwiley45@xxxxxxxxxxx? Thanks, Bob p.s. See, reading that wasn't so bad was it?