2 edition of Glossary of photocopying terms. found in the catalog.
Glossary of photocopying terms.
William James Barrett
|LC Classifications||TR825 .B3|
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|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||63033428|
Crop marks—Lines on artwork, either digital or mechanical, intended to show where the reproductions should be cut to achieve the final trim size.. Double truck—An image in a book or magazine that extends over two pages and across the gutter.. DPI—The amount of information contained within an image file is expressed as dots per images are usually displayed at 72 DPI on. Xerography; the Xerox photocopying process using an electrostatic charge to attract powder to a rotating drum which is then sealed by heat If you can't find it here, check the acronyms or Glossary of technical terms and there are publishing terms.
At the end of the title of some books you'll see information relating to the edition of the book, the number of volumes, the number of the volume, and whether the book is autographed. ISBN The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a digit or digit code assigned to books published after A book is published after years of research and hard work. It is published after hours of editorial team labor. Therefore, they command its price as reward for all of the investment. Photocopy requires just refill of ink cartridge and some paper.
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Genre/Form: Dictionaries: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Barrett, William James. Glossary of photocopying terms. [London, Hall Harding, ]. Our glossary was designed to help visitors to our website understand unfamiliar book-related terms. A more complete guide to Book Sizes, Book Conditions and Binding Terms can be found through the aforementioned links.
A copy for reviewers and/or booksellers, usually bound in paperwraps and usually with either the finished cover art or possibly. This abbreviated glossary covers only the most commonly encountered terms. There may be exceptions to some of our definitions - our main concern is to provide you with general concepts relative to commonly used book jargon.
Abbreviations appear alphabetized at the beginning of each respective letter; only the most common abbreviations are included. Indicates that this is not the first appearance of a book in print, but that this is the first appearance in a substantially different format than the true first edition.
For example, a first illustrated edition of a book, or even a first paperback release of a book originally published in. The term used to indicate work printed on one of a large sheet of paper.
A photographic print created on bromide paper. Carton of paper from which some of the sheets have been sold. Also called less carton. The effect produced by dusting wet ink after printing and using a metallic powder. To overlap two or more screen tints to create a new. Below you'll find a list of terms and their definitions to common book printing terms.
1/1: The book’s interior will only be printed in black ink, with one "color" (black) on both sides of the page. 4/4: The book’s interior will be printed in full color (4-color CMYK), with ink on both sides of the page. 4/0/0/4: Shorthand for how the cover will be printed, Glossary of photocopying terms.
book the following order: front. Below you'll find a list of terms and their definitions to common ebook terms. Cached File: A file of data on a local hard drive. When downloaded data is temporarily stored on your computer or mobile device, it speeds up retrieval the next time you want the same data (e.g., Web page, graphic) from the Internet or other remote source.
The first half of the glossary contains terms A-Z and is followed by two book anatomy illustrations, descriptions of the various book sizes, a guide to condition ratings, and the most common abbreviations used in the world of books.
There are photo examples of the terms but please keep in mind that book characteristics and conditions vary. Here’s a list of common publishing terms and their definitions, including the meanings of ARC, high concept, simultaneous submissions, and so much more.
While we try to explain them as we go, we often drop common publishing terms on this site in various posts and articles. Archives: "1. A space which houses historical or public records.
The historical or public records themselves, which are generally non-circulating materials such as collections of personal papers, rare books, ephemera, etc." Article: "A brief work—generally between 1 and 35 pages in length—on a topic.
Often published as part of a journal Author: Christal Young. A glossary is a list of terms that traditionally appears at the end of an academic paper, a thesis, a book, or an article. The glossary should contain definitions for terms in the main text that may be unfamiliar or unclear to the average reader%(60).
A book remainder mark is usually made with a stamp or permanent marker on the bottom edge of the book, though it may be on the back cover or another edge. CD remainders are usually marked by cutting the spine of the case or punching a hole through the UPC / barcode. Although these "cut-outs" don't damage the CD or liner notes, they are visible.
GLOSSARY OF PRINTING TERMS. There are a lot of industry terms to learn when printing a book and we know it can feel overwhelming. That’s why we’ve created this cheat sheet of words and phrases to help you through the process. To search for a term in the glossary using Internet Explorer or Netscape, hit CONTROL+F to open the Find feature.
Any word in a definition that is written in bold typeface is defined elsewhere in the glossary. Acid-Free refers to paper-based materials that do not contain free acid and have a pH value of or higher at the point of manufacture. These materials may, however, become acidic.
Utilizing one in your book is a great way to define, list, and expand upon unfamiliar, made up, or intricate terms used in the book. The glossary is found in the back matter of the book. The back matter (which comes after the story; the front matter comes before) also includes such sections as the epilogue, afterword, and appendix.
A glossary is an alphabetized list of specialized terms with their definitions. In a report, proposal, or book, the glossary is generally located after the conclusion. A glossary is also known as a "clavis," which is from the Latin word for "key." "A good glossary," says William Horton, in "e-Learning by Design," "can define terms, spell out Author: Richard Nordquist.
PMI Lexicon of Project Management Terms–Version formatting, or other errors. Simply make a copy of the relevant page of the book, mark the error, and send it to: Book Editor, PMI photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without prior written permission of the publisher.
10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1. Grade of paper commonly used for writing, printing, and photocopying. Bookbinder. Alternate term for Trade bindery. Book paper. Grade of paper suitable for books, magazines, and general printing needs.
Brightness. Characteristic of paper referring to how much light it reflects. Bristol. Glossary Opportunity and Risk: An Educational Guide 76 77 Actuals See Cash Commodity.
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Arbitrage The simultaneous purchase and sale of similar commodities in different. Flat – 1) Printer’s assembly of film taped to a carrier sheet ready for platemaking.
Also called film mechanical and Goldenrod. 2) U.S. Postal Service term for a piece of mail whose length is from 5 to 15 inches and height from 3 1/2 to 12 inches, as compared to letter mail, which has smaller dimensions.
Flats include unfolded newsletters. Harrod's Librarians' Glossary and Reference Book: A Directory of Over 9, Terms, Organizations, Projects, and Acronyms in the Areas of Information Management, Library Science, Publishing, and Archive Management.
Raymond John Prytherch, Comp. 9th ed. Brookfield, VT: Gower, Reference ZH32 Photocopiers Glossary The world of digital colour photocopiers is a world with its very own language - a jargon spoken by boiler suited men with toner stained fingers and screwdrivers in their pockets; a language made up of arcane printers' terms and modern computer geek-speak.The glossary emerged as a result of ongoing communications difficulties experienced within the IEA Annex Academics and researchers in 14 countries needed to standardise the many specialised terms used for describing building the existing literature.