Question on submitting 52 tables in CD-ROM. 52 tables were divided into two portions; 1-26 and 27-52. Is this proper? Question about having lots of small tables in your spec. One of the answer choices includes that CD-ROM have to be submitted in duplicate. However, I believe this answer to be misleading because only tables LONGER than 50 pages can be submitted on compact disk.
- 37 CFR 1.52. Language, paper, writing, margins, compact disc specifications.
- (4) Any compact disc must be submitted in duplicate unless it contains only the “Sequence Listing” in computer readable form required by § 1.821(e). The compact disc and duplicate copy must be labeled “Copy 1” and “Copy 2,” respectively.
- 608.05(b) < Compact Disc Submissions of Large Tables [R-2]
- A single table contained on fifty pages or less must be submitted either as drawings (in compliance with 37 CFR 1.84) or as part of the specification in paper (in compliance with 37 CFR 1.52). A single table contained on 51 pages or more may be submitted on a CD-ROM or CD-R (in compliance with 37 CFR 1.52(e) and 37 CFR 1.58). The presentation of a subheading to divide a large table into smaller sections of less than 51 pages should not be used to prevent an applicant from submitting the table on a compact disc unless the subdivided tables are presented as numerous files on the compact disc so as to lose their relationship to the overall large table.