Dear Linda, We know each other from VIP Sheep Talk and the Reading Club for the blind. If you like, I can explain about page breaks, rejecting books and more off list. Don't be discouraged. I've learned my validating tricks half on and half off list. There couldn't be a more perfect pass time for people who enjoy reading and tidying up text. airadil@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Always with love, Lissi "Maybe I should write a book called one hundred and one ways to use a frying pan." Sam Gamgee in Tolkien fanfiction by Alatariel ----- Original Message ----- From: Linda C. Knight To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Tuesday, August 22, 2006 1:15 PM Subject: [bksvol-discuss] the summer i dared (improving) Hi all, I am still validating "the Summer I Dared" by Barbara Delinsky. I suspect when I finally upload it, (smile) It will be in excellent reading shape. I have written a note a few days ago-and i don't know if was boring (haha) or not-but i never got a thought from anyone. It was regarding page breaks. Throughout the book, i find i don't hear via jaws "page break" in a lot of places. My view normal is checked. I go down through the words and paragraphs and don't find the page breaks. However, the book is vastly improving in it's readability-and I am doing my very best to get the book to excellent. So i want to know if I should put page breaks-but this is confusing to me-and I just don't want to disturb the book. I don't have a scanning device-and all i have is jaws and windows and pc. thanks for any thoughts. linda k.