Preparation of Material for the Printer

  • Joan Moncrieff
  • Doreen Sharp

Abstract

Any secretary may be called upon occasionally to prepare for publication material such as pamphlets, reports, articles, booklets or even a complete book. You may also be required to proof-read and correct such material before final printing.

Keywords

Tray Prepar 

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Bibliography

  1. F. H. Collins: Authors and Printers Dictionary, Eleventh revised edition (OUP, 1973).Google Scholar
  2. Copy Preparation and Proof Correction (British Standards Institution) BS5261 Part 1 1975 — Recommendations for preparation of typescript copy for printing. BS5261 Part 2 1976 — Specification for typographic requirements, marks for copy preparation and proof correction, proofing procedure. (BS5261C 1976 — Marks for copy preparation and proof correction — extracted from BS5261 Part 2 1976). BS3763 1976 S I Units-International System of Units.Google Scholar
  3. How to Write Metric (HMSO) — A style guide for teaching and using S I Units, intended for people in trade, industry, publishing, journalism, printing and education.Google Scholar

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© Joan Moncrieff and Doreen Sharp 1980

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  • Joan Moncrieff
  • Doreen Sharp

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