Hello! I am working on my manuscript for literary certification, and I feel pretty confident except for one issue. I apologize in advance if this is a silly question, but I'm having trouble finding the answer in the course materials or in the Formats documents.
I know if there are headings and subheadings (and sub subheadings) in the material being brailled, you are supposed to make the main heading a "centered heading," the subheading is a "cell 5" heading, and the sub subheading is "cell 7." My question is, how do you treat the chapter number and title in terms of heading hierarchy? The two options I'm wrestling with:
- Does the chapter info, which is treated as centered headings, count then as the main heading as well? And headings/subheadings throughout the body of the material are cell 5 and cell 7?
- Or do you center the chapter information and then also center the main level of headings throughout the material?
There are only two levels of headings in the body of the material (not counting the chapter number/titles), if that makes a difference.