|TIPS & GUIDELINES: What every client should know||
PDFs— sample editorial stylesheets:
Guidelines for submitting manuscripts and files for typesetting. These guidelines are essential for authors and editors of extended texts, such as articles, monographs, and books. They explain the simple — and correct — ways to prepare printed copy and electronic files that will ensure the most efficient, most accurate, and least costly production. They deal with text, notes, and illustrations (figures, photographs, drawings, maps, charts, graphs, etc.).
Formatting text — dos and don’ts: What not to format in a word processing application may be the most important “rule” you should follow.
Photographs (print publication) — Guidelines for submitting photographs — conventional or digital, prints or transparencies, positives or negatives — for print publications
Line art (print publication) — Tips on transforming your sketches, paste-ups, edited originals, or ideas into polished illustrations such as maps, charts, illustrated tables, any kind of hybrid — indeed, anything that you can imagine and describe — plus guidelines on how to prepare your materials
Technical drawings — Tips for better technical drawings
Scanning or drawing — Deciding when it is better to scan an original and when it is better to draw it anew
Submitting papers for posting on web site: How to submit papers that will be made available on a web site as PDF files
“Top Ten“ tips for clients (or, How to complete your project more quickly, better, and at a lower cost)