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Old 08-21-2005, 05:15 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by donmcc
If it is a very simple book, without more than one text thread per section, you can easily save the stories as tagged text, add a page to the main document, and then autoflow the tagged text file in. It will take only a few seconds per section. Of course, if there are footnotes, illustrations, or the like, you probably want to follow KTs advice.
Though first you need to work out tagging — it isn’t hard (as you know), but something new.

I once pinnned a lot of hopes on tagged text. Came to naught, more ot less. The industry let me down! :-(

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