Hi Linda, First, I know all this editing business was a little confusing when I started a year or so ago. I ran into one book where page breaks were off. I did straighten them out in time. I did because I enjoyed the book. Most books you will download for validation don't have these issues but from time to time it does happen. IF you would like some pointers I am home from work today and would be happy to give you a call and help. It's easier than writing it all out. Hang in there since volunteering can be very rewarding except for the occasional bump in the road. Email me at Kaitlyn@xxxxxxxxxxxxx I am getting a number of things done online here today so will be checking mail often. Katie Hill Noone is given a dream without also being given the power to make it come true. Find your freedom at: WWW.838gold.com Kaitlyn@xxxxxxxxxxxxx _____ From: bksvol-discuss-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:bksvol-discuss-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Linda C. Knight Sent: Tuesday, August 22, 2006 10:26 AM To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [bksvol-discuss] should i resign as volunteer? Hi all, I am very upset. If I have to spend days looking for page breaks-and if I don't understand them-maybe i should resign as volunteer? I enjoy doing this work-but i have other things to do-and looking for page breaks takes time-and i don't know a heck a lot of where to put the breaks. I don't want to put the breaks were they don't belong-but if so, there is two things i can do. I can resign because i don't want to destroy the book-even though the readability is improving. Or get some training on where to place page breaks. If the latter, where do i find information on page breaks? Sorry to be so boring gentle people but this is upsetting to me. I know that books should be high quality-and i am working to death to get this particular book up to par-and find i have to reject it? linda k.