From Library Journal
The rapid spread of electronic publishing affords many in the business world a whole new form of communication. This manual is intended as The Chicago Manual of Style for the many reports, catalogs, and newsletters produced by and for organizations. Under the headings "Publishing Process," "Document Organization," "Writing and Style," and "Visual Design" are covered the entire process of generating a publication, from conception through writing, graphic design, printing, and binding. This can be used either as a "how-to" for smaller businesses or as a means of standardizing and improving the publications of larger organizations. The explanations are concise and pragmatic, and the manual follows its own design principles in being well organized and easy to use. A boon to desktop and corporate publishers.- Stephen H. Cape, Indiana Univ. Lib., Bloomington
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