In the guidelines, 5.8.3, there is an exception for placement of keys and graphics.
If we need to place a long key on right-hand pages for a particular graphic, do we need to produce the rest of the braille volume in the same manner?
In other words, do the underlined statements below apply to every graphic in a volume or do they apply only to the graphics which have long, multi-page keys? Is each illustration in a volume formatted independently?
EXCEPTION: If one part of a tactile graphic requires more than one page for a key, the graphic would be placed on the left-hand page and the key on the following right-hand pages. [u]All of the graphic and key pages for one print graphic would then follow this format. All the key pages would appear on right-hand page(s) even though there may only be some parts with only one key page.[/u] Insert the heading on the graphic. It is not necessary to add the heading on any continued key pages.