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If the music sections of a textbook are shown as displayed material, is the left margin 3-5 or are the blank lines before and after the only indication of code change from literary to music and back again with left margin 1-3? Thank you.
Thank you. I did order that publication. Unfortunately I won't be able to attend the St. Louis conference but hope that workshop publications will be available afterward.
That's exactly what I need. Thank you!
I'm good if I don't have to follow Promising Practices to the letter. I can be practical to get the point across. I'll just take one page at a time.
Thank you--and thanks for the quick reply!
The blank line does it.
Thank you both. I do have one more question. When going back and forth between literary text and displayed music text, are the blank lines enough to show the code change or do I use the music and literary prefixes as well? Thank you.
If you go to the BANA website http://www.brailleauthority.org/ and go in the Latest Updates, scroll down to the Nemeth section and click on Rule XIV this should help you with the underlining. 🙂
[quote=joannavenneri]My goodness. I think you will find this very helpful. It's a free .pdf download that is quite large. Each section is a separate .pdf and they are all bundled together in one large file. Go to the BANA website and get it there. http://www.brailleauthority.org