I have experienced a similar thing. They were doc files and like you I
thought there were no page breaks. The page breaks appeared to be deleted
when I converted into rtf and edited in K1000. However, when I edited the
rtf file in Word, the section breaks appeared to be page breaks. I may be
wrong, but when I did control page down and it placed me on the next page I
assumed that these were page breaks. So I did the rank spelling in K1000
and did not save, and made the corrections in Word, which was rather
Grace who is tired and hopes she is making sense.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Noel Romey" <ner@xxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, February 02, 2005 9:21 PM
Subject: [bksvol-discuss] section break page breaks
This book I thought had no page breaks actually has section page breaks. I tried replacing all section page breaks with hard page breaks, and got double the pages that were actually there. I notices there's some odd continuous section breaks in the middle of pages which I now understand screwed up my page count. Anybody else had the same problem with section page breaks? How does the auto daisy page breaker (I made that name up :)) work?
Man, this makes me want to start talking about strippers. Now we have a burly guy we can talk about called the page breaker :). I sure wish it existed.
Should I just not mess with the page breaks and submit the thing? This book has 700 pages and inconsistent section page breaks and continuous page breaks, so I don't know what to do.
Hope everyone's doing well.
Noel Romey Arkansas, USA View my insights at my live journal: http://djner.livejournal.com
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