Chicago Guide to Preparing Electronic Manuscripts

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University of Chicago Press, 1987 - Computers - 143 pages
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This guide to preparing manuscripts on computer offers authors and publishers practical assistance on how to use authors' disks or tapes for typesetting. When the thirteenth edition of The Chicago Manual of Style was published in 1982, the impact of personal computers on the publishing process had just begun to be felt. This new book supplements information in the Chicago Manual by covering the rapidly changing subject of electronic manuscripts. Since the early 1980s more and more authors have been producing manuscripts on computers and expecting their publishers to make use of the electronic version. For a number of reasons, including the proliferation of incompatible machines and software, however, publishers have not always found it easy to work with electronic manuscripts. The University of Chicago Press has been doing so since 1981, and in this book passes on the results of six years' experience with preparing such manuscripts and converting them to type.
 

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Univ. of Chicago Pr. Apr. 1987. c.128p. bibliog. LC 86-19343. $25; pap. $9.95. publishing/ref Electronically prepared manuscripts have become increasingly important to publishers and typesetters ... Read full review

Contents

Instructions to Authors
9
Publishing the Electronic Manuscript
31
Generic Coding of Electronic Manuscripts
43
Notes to Publishers
85
Appendixes
117
Select Bibliography
131
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Page 131 - Labuz, Ronald. How to Typeset from a Word Processor: An Interfacing Guide. New York: Bowker, 1984. 423 Lacy, Allen. "What Becomes of Manuscripts When Words Are 'Processed'?

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