Linda, If you understand where the page break should be, then you should add it because books must have page breaks as of Spring of last year. If you don't know where missing page breaks should go, then you should reject the book. If there's a problem with only one page break, or maybe even two or three, I don't know that you should reject it, though. We asked the staff at the user group meeting here in Dallas during the NFB convention to clarify their policy related to No Page Breaks since a few volunteers have taken the position that this means that there need be only a handful of page breaks-seems like someone even made the argument that only one is needed-for the book to qualify for acceptance, but the staff confirmed that this is not what they intended. They haven't given us a guideline as to how many can be missing before a book should be rejected, though, so I'd use the guideline for missing content as a basis until they do. If there's more than one or two missing and you can't determine where they should go, I'd reject it. Until we have a clarification on the policy, however, that's only a suggestion. I think it's safe to say, though, that if you get up into double digits, then you should definitely reject the book. HTH Gerald _____ From: bksvol-discuss-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:bksvol-discuss-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Linda C. Knight Sent: Sunday, August 20, 2006 7:30 PM To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [bksvol-discuss] page breaks Hi all, I understand about the page numbers-and what they are, but here is my question. Let's say the page (where the page break is "suppose" to be is 121 and the numeric page is 101 (usually i find this next to the author's name or the title) I go up and find no page break above that line with the numeric number and author's name is. This is happening in a great part of the book I am validating, so am i supposed to add the page breaks and if so, where do i add them and how. I know the command in word is control+enter. Does anyone understand what i am saying? I have "normal checked" in the view. I did this after looking at "Jake's hints". thanks Linda k.