> > "In looking at why the bulk increased, I found that there is more
> > white space on each page. The space between lines (leading) and
> > between letters (kerning) has increased. Being the compulsive
> > mapaholic I am, I read the text for tomorrow's hike the night
> before, making notes on the map of anything I feel important, and
> therefore don't typically refer to the text while walking.
> >Therefore, while the extra white space may makes the text slightly
> easier to read, I would prefer the previous layout, which produced
a smaller book to carry on the trail."
> ### in the sentence beginning with - Therefore - the word "makes"
> should I think be "make".
*** Got it. I'll wait a day or two to see if there are any other
edits before uploading a corrected file.
Yes, the HTML versions are always easier to read. I actually write my
reports in HTML, paste the text into the yahoo message, and then
change what used to be bold to caps, bullets to *, etc. I understand
why we use text only for messages (and that's all Yahoo allows now
anyway), but it sure is a pain.
For those following the Geek thread on Kampfire, I write my HTML code
using a very sophisticated program called Notepad.