prelim pages/contractions

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    Chris Clemens
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    I have two questions, as I am learning Duxbury. 1) I understand that there is a Duxbury code to designate applicable pages as preliminary pages. What I don’t get is how to actually enter that specific code. 2) When I initially cut & paste from Word, all is translated into contracted braille. However, when I want to add a new cut & pasted part, it will not contract. Any ideas why not? Thanks in advance.

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    Chris Clemens
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    I am going to move this over to Computer-Assisted Transcription because this is software question.

    –Joanna

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    Chris Clemens
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    For preliminary pages in Duxbury go to your microsoft word templates. When you downloaded Duxbury you also downloaded the Bana Template. In the file menu choose NEW, then look under my templates, the BANA template should be there. Insert your preliminary pages into the Bana Template. The select the pages you want to be formatted as preliminary pages, select add-ins which will bring up the Duxbury formatting options. Next choose page set up and the preliminary pages. Good luck!

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