Talk:World Archives Project: Kansas, City and County Census, 1919-1978 (Part 1)
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Q: Once I have submitted an image set and realize I misinterpreted some information is there any way to recall it to make corrections?
- A: No, sorry there is no way to recall it once it has been submitted. --Wiedwoman 05:47, 31 March 2014 (UTC)
Q: The instructions indicate a keyer can cancel "with problems" an illegible image set. If at review we encounter an image set that is far too illegible for me to key (orig keyer marked image as "image with no data") do I send back for keying or cancel review "with problems". --Rhmaynard 15:16, 9 April 2014 (UTC)
- A: I would reject the set as they did not use the correct form. --Wiedwoman 18:17, 9 April 2014 (UTC)
R: I did that with the first set I ran into. I was just wondering what was happening with the sets cancelled with problems. This project is "Medium" difficulty I'm sure because of the image quality. But some of these are just frankly NOT POSSIBLE to read. I'll just throw back and see what happens. --Rhmaynard 22:14, 9 April 2014 (UTC)
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