(A.A.'s) Author or client corrections and/or changes made in type at the proof stages; these are not due to the typesetter's error and are therefore chargeable to the customer. All corrections should be marked according to the printer's code of standardized proofreader's marks, in pen or colored pencil, never in soft lead. A.A.'s are expensive and should be kept to a minimum. See also Printer's Errors (P.E.'s).
author or client's changes during proofing process - these are not due to the error of the typesetter and are applicable to charges. As opposed to Printer's error.
Changes in copy or artwork after it has been typeset and sent to the printer, often called AAs. These types of changes frequently cost extra; the additional costs incurred by AAs are charged to the client, not the printer.
In composition, changes and additions in the copy or layout after it has been typeset. Generally any changes to mechanicals after going to the printer are considered AAs, and are charged back to the customer.
Changes made on typeset copy by author or editor. Contracts usually specify that the cost of author's alterations above a certain percentage of the typesetting cost are to be charged to the author.
Changes and additions made to copy after it has been laid out or typeset. Also known as Author's Corrections (AC's).
Also know as "AA's". Changes and additions in copy and in design.
Also know as "AA's". Changes and additions to text after it has been typeset.
Changes made in original copy by customer after being type set or after the negative is made.
These are the changes or corrections made by the author or client at the proof-stage of printing. These changes are not made due to printer error, and since they are expensive and charged to the client, they should be kept to a minimum. See also House Errors (H.E.'s)
Author or client corrections and/or changes made in type at the proof stages; these are not due to printer's error and are therefore chargeable to the customer. All corrections should be marked in red ink or pen according to the printer's code of standardized proofreader's marks; never in soft lead. A.A.s are expensive and should be kept to a minimum. See also House Errors (H.E.s)
Changes made by the author, or on the author's behalf, after the manuscript has been set. Charges for these changes that exceed a certain percentage of the cost of composition will be deducted from the author's royalties.
A change made by the author in proof; A change from the manuscript copy introduced in proof, distinguished from a correction made to eliminate a printer's error, or typographical error.
Changes in type at the proof stages, made by and chargeable to the client.
Changes in text or artwork after the book has been sent to the printer. These changes usually cost extra and are charged to the client by the printer. Bb
Changes made after composition stage where customer is responsible for additional charges.
At the proofing stage, changes that the client requests to be made concerning original art provided. AA's are usually an additional cost to the client.
customer's corrections/changes made at the proofing stage. These are charged to the customer.
Corrections made in proofs (galley proofs, blue lines, color proofs) that are not caused by a prepress service provider or printer error.