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The financial burden could be considerably lightened if I prepared camera-ready copy using an IBM Executive typewriter with proportional spacing, which I was on the verge of purchasing second-hand for $240 to prepare a genealogy of the Eckler family.
Produced from camera-ready copy submitted by authors, it was distributed at the annual meeting.
If like me, however, you open it and look nostalgically toward traditional type set with generous margins, kind to your eyes and your habit of penciled note-taking, you'll lament again the demand for camera-ready copy, the dismissal of proof-readers, and the print bleeding off the page.
Instead of our usual 24-page on-site program booklet, for example, I took camera-ready copy on disk to a 24-hour copy shop and produced a flyer in less than a day.
On a separate cover sheet, provide: Manuscript Title Author(s) Name(s) Workplace Address(es) Work Telephone Number(s) FAX Number(s) E-mail Address(es) Illustrations, Charts, Reproductions: Provide illustrations, charts, or tables as camera-ready copy from the best original possible.
You might want to find another printer or make sure your translator has given you camera-ready copy.
The book is produced from camera-ready copy and it is here that the standard of editing could be improved.
By keeping all content in one central location and automatically publishing to the web a camera-ready copy, the WCM solution manages information, like institutions' course catalogs, with minimal difficulty to the user, and also avoids the redundancy of information often resulting from older publishing processes.