camera-ready copy


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camera-ready copy

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing type matter ready to be photographed for plate-making without further alteration. Also called: mechanical
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camera-ready copy

[ˈkæmrəˌrɛdɪ ˈkɒpɪ] n (Typ) → testo pronto per la fotocomposizione
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I was expected to provide them with camera-ready copy adhering to various typographical standards, including right justification of margins.
The book is produced from camera-ready copy and it is here that the standard of editing could be improved.
Without leaving their workstations, writers can then send manuals via the net to a laser printer to create camera-ready copy.
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.
COPY: Camera-ready copy will be provided by the College on a schedule to be mutually set
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.
Illustrations, Charts, Reproductions: Provide illustrations, charts, or tables as camera-ready copy from the best original possible.
EDITORS' ADVISORY: Camera-ready copy of the advertisement is available through contact/
To regularly meet the rapid turn-around demands of a weekly publication, some associations produce camera-ready copy in-house using desktop publishing software like Ventura Publisher or Aldus PageMaker.
Both are derived from camera-ready copy, with the advantages and disadvantages inherent in reproduction from such text.
This contract shall be for use by the OGS Central Printing and Copy Center and will be for the reproduction of books by offset lithography from camera-ready copy, negatives or disks/electronic files.
The computer has had an immense impact on Word Ways, from preparation of camera-ready copy to logological research.