the prepress assembly of the components of a printed piece. Composition may include typesetting, paste-up, production of negatives, image assembly, or plate making. Consecutive Numbering: on forms, numbers printed in a series to allow for control by the form user. The numbers are usually printed by a numbering machine or machines mounted on a press or collator. The sample purchase order supplied with this Home Study Course has a consecutive number produced on the press.
the assembling of characters, words, lines and boxes for reproduction in printing.
The assembling of characters into words, lines, and paragraphs of text or body matter type for reproduction.
The assembling of characters into words, lines, and paragraphs of text or type for reproduction for printing.
The process of converting a manuscript into type. There are four basic steps: (1) keyboarding, (2) producing readable copy (computerized typesetting systems such as Quark XPress do both at the same time), (3) paging, and (4) producing final, corrected copy.
The assembly of characters into words, lines and paragraphs of text or body matter for reproduction by printing.
The process of assembling characters, words, lines, and paragraphs, or of formatting typeset text, graphics, or other images into blocks or pages for reproduction by printing.
a set of interactions among components enabled through connectors. See also assembly.
The assembly and arrangement of typeset characters into words, lines, and paragraphs.