Hi, if I'm preparing to read a bookshare book, I usually remove all page numbers to make them read smoother with speech. Using a voicenote qt how can I search for otherjunk characters that may be in the book? I know how to find and replace, but what I need to know is how do I know what to look for? Hope that made some sense. Stacey > ----- Original Message ----- >From: "Julie Morales" <inlovewithchrist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx >To: <bookshare-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx >Date: Thu, 19 May 2005 15:39:56 -0700 >Subject: [bookshare-discuss] Re: Bookshare pack rats! >Hi, Tony. The only folder I have that contains both Bookshare and Web >braille books is the folder that contains the Bookshare books I've already >read. I've fixed whatever errors I've found, and they will eventually be >burned onto CD. The other folder contains all Bookshare, but they're also >all books I haven't read yet. Take care. >Julie Morales >inlovewithchrist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx >Windows/MSN Messenger (but not email): >mercy0421@xxxxxxxxxxx >Skype: mercy0421 >----- Original Message ----- >From: "Tony Baechler" <bookshare@xxxxxxxxxxxx >To: <bookshare-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx >Sent: Sunday, May 08, 2005 11:23 PM >Subject: [bookshare-discuss] Re: Bookshare pack rats! >Hi. Oh, I think I have you beat there. I had the same frustrations with >the libaray. Even recently they still kept sending me books for >kids. They permanently got it stuck in their computer that I am always a >kid. It really annoyed me. Anyway, it used to be that I would read a book >sometimes because there wasn't much. Then it got to where I would make >myself wait before reading a new book. Now I don't worry so much about >it. I hardly even bother with NLS now. I always look at bookshare >first. Anyway, I have some Web-Braille files mixed in too but hardly >any. I have two directories, a hold directory for books from last year >which I will probably keep but need to look at and a new directory where >all new books get dumped that I haven't even started looking through >yet. Below are the stats from those directories. > 113,243,872 bytes in 218 files and 2 dirs 116,654,080 bytes >allocated > 104,315,379 bytes in 199 files and 2 dirs 107,347,968 bytes >allocated >At 09:56 PM 5/8/2005 -0700, you wrote: >>Hi, Rick. I know. You didn't even have to grow up in the 60's to know what >>it's like to never have enough to read. I was a child of the 80's, born in >>late 79, but I still had not nearly enough to read. In middle school, I was >>tested as having a college reading level, so I was thoroughly peeved at the >>library only sending me kiddie books! *smile* I liked them, but I needed >>something more challenging sometimes. Now, I can't even begin to tell >>you...well, hang on...152 mb of books from Bookshare that I haven't read.