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The obviously best way to publish new SC dances nowadays is to put them on Internet for free download (printed copies then become a voluntary add-on). Many dance authors do this, on their own sites. I know of only one site "open for the public", "8x32" at http://blog.lib.umn.edu/ldfs/8x32/. Are there any others?

asked 06 Nov '11, 23:17

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Why not download them all (4353) in one go?

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What it amounts to is a specialised Word document, with macros. Enable the macros each time and add dances, cribs or both to a dance list and then print out. Quite simple.

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Chas

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I think the question was really from the point of view of a dance author. Crib collections are great but you probably wouldn't look to them as a method of publishing an otherwise new dance.

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