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I delivered the camera-ready copy to University Press on January 30 1986 and signed the contract at the same time.
It was not originally the plan to actually produce camera-ready copy ourselves or to pay for that part of the book production.
Documents can go from rough draft through multiple revisions and reviews to become camera-ready copy without anyone placing an editing mark on a manuscript.
IN THE EARLY YEARS of my career, I was not always pleased with the way clients and graphic designers converted my sales letter manuscripts into camera-ready copy.
It is certainly a pity that such a ~wobbly' typescript (literally so, since the text following a superscript note number, for example, on page 1, also appears to remain elevated above the line) was simply reproduced as camera-ready copy onto moderate quality paper.
The book is produced from camera-ready copy and it is here that the standard of editing could be improved.
SISD now prepares camera-ready copy for a districtwide newsletter, student handbooks, the district's calendar, plus various fliers and pamphlets issued during the school year.
The indexes were processed on an HP 2000 minicomputer with time-sharing, and then printed on a letter-quality daisy wheel printer to produce camera-ready copy.
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.