FreeBMD-Admins-L ArchivesArchiver > FreeBMD-Admins > 2008-06 > 1214567528
Subject: Re: Entering page number with letter suffix in Batch Header
Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2008 07:52:08 -0400
Bob Phillips wrote:
> Hello Doug
> What you suggest is the best way to do it.
> 1 Use any convenient scan/page number to transcribe
> 2 upload
> 3 In file Management do RENAME
> 4 Rename the file to the desired file name - eg 0037a
> 5 THEN select Edit file which is offered to you when you rename
> 6 change the 2 +PAGE numbers
> 7 change the file name in line 2 of the header (not very important)
> 8 save changes
> 9 job done.
To avoid confusion, Bob, should it be made clear that this only applies
when the scans in question are of different pages?
Some of the rescans of grotty originals were made from two (and
possibly more) photographs of parts of the same page. These have file
name in the form NNNNy and NNNNz, where N represents a digit. In this
case, I think the entries from both x and y rescans should be
transcribed as a single block with +PAGE,NNNN and the beginning and
+PAGE,NNN(N+1) at the end.
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