Referencing NBA Bulletin, Vol. 56, No. 4, in the article Sharpen Your Skills, Braille Formats/Textbook, Braille Title Pages:
The following sentence appears on page 12 under the heading Braille Page Numbers:
"When the last page of an interpoint transcription is on the left side, include the implied braille page number."
If I am understanding this sentence correctly, in this situation, an additional braille page would be added to the braille page numbers on the title page. This could mean that the requester would be asked to pay for a blank page.
Please clarify the need for this implied braille page number, or correct my understanding of the sentence.
What it means is if there is text on the left side of the last page of an interpoint transcription then you include that implied braille page number. If there is no text on the blank back side, it is NOT counted or included.