I am transcribing a math textbook. In particular, a table on the last print page of the volume. The table is contained on one braille page except the closing boxing line. Do I omit the closing boxing line, start the table on the previous braille page (there is room for about 5 or 6 lines), or put the closing boxing line on the last page of the volume? Thank you for your help!
The closing boxing line should not go on a page by itself. Neither should you eliminate it. If you have room to start the box on the previous page, that would be the best option. If there is not room to start the box at the bottom of the previous page, you will have to bring the last line of the boxed material to the next page, followed by the boxing line.