Using Desktop Publishing to Create Newsletters, Handouts, and Web Pages: A How-to-do it Manual
Whether its a guide for patrons, a newsletter or a home page on the World Wide Web, a smart attractive publication can reach large groups of people - and speak highly of the library and staff it represents. This manual helps readers create their own desktop publications and make them look sharp, read well, and command attention. Covered are hardware and software requirements, the essential rule of design, planning and producing newletters, developing and publishing library guides, and creating World Wide Web pages and loading them on a server.
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Overall Principles of Design
Essentials of Typography
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aligned ALT key AREA REFERENCE LIBRARIANS audience bibliography body text budget CD-ROM coding color column create DANJ database desktop publishing display Documents electronic Figure filename files format graph graphic elements grid headlines Hypertext illustrations images indexes instructional Internet John Maxymuk laser printer layout library guides logo look menu Mighty Casey Mudville nameplate Netscape newsletter option organization overall page-layout program PageMaker PARLIE Paul Robeson Paul Robeson Library personal computer photographs planning point-of-use guide point-of-use materials printed publication ragged right reader records RLIN Rutgers Rutgers University Rxxxxxx scanner Scotch line serif server shareware style tags Task Force text-based browsers tinted screens tion topic trying two-column type Times Roman typeface Typographic white space word word processor World Wide World Wide Web writing