Good afternoon. I’m working on a Bill that a senator would like to send to a constituent. There is a sentence that has the strikethrough front attribute. (I’m presuming it is to be deleted in the final version.) It was suggested that I place that sentence in parentheses and include a transcriber’s note explaining it is crossed out. Is this the proper way to do it? And would I put the transcriber’s note before the sentence, or before the paragraph? The sentence is the last one in the paragraph, which is the first item in an outline format. (Screenshot attached) Thank you. Arletta
This is actually a formatting question and I don’t think it will be answered here. Please move this post over to Braille Formats/Textbook. You can just copy and paste your question over there and please attach the screen shot that goes with it.
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