Hello At the National Library of Wales we're just about to start using METS and we've come across somethings we just can't figure out so perhaps the list can help us. 1. We're creating a digital object from a book page by page, but in some instances both pages are needed to make sense of a table which is spread across both. Would you use the <par> element to indicate this, and then how would the tagging work with the <div>? 2. With the same book, the pages are viewed as "portrait" but sometimes the tables should be viewd as landscape in order to read them, how would you indicate this in METS? Thanks Lyn -- Lyn Lewis Dafis Curadur Cynorthwyol/Assistant Curator Isadran digidio ac oldrosi / Digitisation and retroconversion section LLYFRGELL GENEDLAETHOL CYMRU THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF WALES Aberystwyth Ceredigion SY23 3BU Llinell uniongyrchol:01970 632825 Ffôn y Llyfrgell: 01970 632816 Ffacs y Llyfrgell: 01970 615709 Gwefan: http://www.llgc.org.uk ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Fy marn i yw hyn ac nid barn y Llyfrgell Genedlaethol. This is my opinion and not that of the National Library. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ BRAINT POB GWYBODAETH ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Mae'r Llyfrgell yn cadw gwybodaeth bersonol at bwrpasau gweinyddol. Ni ddatgelir y manylion i unrhyw sefydliad anawdurdodedig, ac fe'u cedwir am gyfnod rhesymol o amser. Am fwy o fanylion, cysylltwch â'r Swyddog Gwarchod Data yn y cyfeiriad uchod, neu, gweler gwefan y Llyfrgell, http://www.llgc.org.uk/gwyb/dpa/index_c.htm The Library holds personal data for administrative purposes. This information will not be disclosed to any unauthorised organisation, and will be retained for a reasonable period of time. For further information, please visit the Library's website at http://www.llgc.org.uk/gwyb/dpa/index_s.htm or contact the Data Protection Officer at the above address.