Looking Good in Print: A Guide to Basic Design for Desktop Publishing

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Ventana Press, 1993 - Desktop publishing - 423 pages
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Now celebrating its tenth anniversary, with nearly a quarter million copies sold, Ventana's Looking Good in Print has become a classic, which virtually launched an entire genre. In its three previous editions, this book garnered superlative accolades from both the general and computer media.

The fourth edition moves dramatically forward into the now-mature desktop publishing world, covering every conceivable type of print publishing format. Filled with professional advice on myriad topics, users learn to design with the reader in mind, avoid common design pitfalls and much more.

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Contents

CmUa Beginning Observations
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Type Style
59
Word Spacing
73
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Roger C. Parker is a noted authority on desktop publishing and newsletter design; he gives seminars throughout the U.S. and Australia. Among the 13 titles (exceeding 750,000 in print) he has written are the first editions of The Makeover Book and Newsletters From the Desktop, the previous four editions of Looking Good in Print, and Roger C. Parker's One-Minute Designer, and Looking Good in Print, Fifth Edition from Paraglyph Press.

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