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Re: Errata slips



Robin-

Unless the publisher tells you otherwise, it normally goes behind the
title page.

Craig Fansler
Preservation
Wake Forest University

Robin Thurlow wrote:
>
> Can anyone please tell me where the errata slip is usually placed when
> tipping it into a book?  is this always the same no matter what the
> binding style?  Thank you in advance for any advice,
> Sincerely,
> RHT
>
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