(1) The process of preparing a manuscript for setting, with standard markings for the typesetter. (2) The operation of converting typesetting specifications to computerized typesetting instruction codes and the process of indicating these codes on the manuscript as items to be included during the keyboarding. to top
Copy prepared for a compositor setting out in detail all the typesetting instructions. Rarely used today.
Instructions written usually on a "dummy."
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The written specifications indicating the particulars of typography and measurement, used as guidelines or instructions for implementation of the work.
Used to instruct players to guard an opponent so that all attacking players are marked.
Written instructions on a job ticket as to how a job is to be printed.
To put composition or editing instructions on copy or layouts.