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    sweetgapch816
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    In the attached braille file on line 25, do I put the continuation letter with the print page?

    #32346

    sweetgapch816
    Participant

    QUESTION EDITED: On the line 25 of the first t-page, according to Braille Formats I have to put all print pages in a volume, so I included the table of contents which is on print page 5. My question is, being that the table of contents runs from 5 through a5 (even though there is no text on a5–it has to be there so that the first page of text can start on an odd page), do I have to include a5 on line 25 of my first t-page.

    In short, should line 25 of my first t-page read:

     

    Print pages 5 and 33-c63

    or

    Print pages 5-a5 and 33-c63

     

    whether space permits or not.

    Thank you very much for you help and have a wonderful day.

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    #32353

    claurent
    Moderator

    Because there is no braille on page a5, your title page should read 5 and 33-c63.

    Cindi

    #32357

    sweetgapch816
    Participant

    Thank you for your help! Being that you said “because there is no braille on page a5”, I just want to be clear. Should the a5 be included if there IS text? And is there a format rule for this, or is it just at the transcriber’s discretion?

    #32358

    claurent
    Moderator

    Yes, if there was braille on page a5, it should be included on your title page.

    Cindi

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