Talk:World Archives Project: London, England, Selected Poor Law Removal and Settlement Records, 1828-1930 (Update)
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If you are keying in names and the NEXT page has the same names exactly but it is a different image ...is that classed as a duplicate image (because you have the data already from previous page) or do you still key in the same names again for the second image ?
- A: Duplicate image is only used when it is actually another copy of the same image, not just the same names on a different image. You should key them again. If you classed it as a duplicate image, it would not be included in the final database and researchers would not be able to view it. --Katerimmer 07:56, 27 November 2013 (UTC)