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Preparing textbook manuscripts

Preparing textbook manuscripts

a guide for authors in developing countries.


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Published by Unesco in Paris] .
Written in English

  • Textbooks -- Authorship.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 70-71.

    StatementPrepared for Unesco by A. J. Loveridge (general editor) [and others.
    ContributionsLoveridge, Arthur John, 1904-, Unesco.
    LC ClassificationsLB3045.5 .P7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination71 p.
    Number of Pages71
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4369702M
    LC Control Number78528102

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Indent all paragraphs by.5 inches, and don’t hit tab or space to indent. This may be every editor’s pet peeve. Setting tabs and hitting. On the Layout tab, in the Page Setup group, click Size, and then select More Paper Sizes. This opens a dialog box. Enter Width and Height fields for your trim size with bleed added.

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How to prepare your book manuscript, from choosing your paper and font to formatting to submitting to publishers. Special advice on formatting children's books. What publishers look for in a submitted manuscript, and what will get you instantly rejected. By Snowden Editorial Services, providing professional manuscript analysis, formatting, proofreading, and editing since Anatomy of a Publisher •Acquiring or Commissioning Editor: Acquires the project and shapes it for the subject list, series, or market •Editorial Assistant: Works with the author on technical details and permissions, and prepares manuscript for production •Development Editor: Works closely with authors and editors to tailor key textbooks for the market and on special research projectsFile Size: KB.

Ensure your book title page and first chapter starts on odd numbered pages whether these are numbered or not in your book manuscript.

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These include: Materials created by others for your book (such as a foreword, an essay, or an interview). Permission is always necessary for such items.

GUIDELINES FOR BOOK AUTHORS AND EDITORS 1. Who to contact. What we need from you. How you should prepare your manuscript.

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There are textbooks for every level of. the Save As command). For math-heavy manuscripts prepared using some flavor of TeX, consult your editor and see our Guidelines for Math-Heavy Manuscripts.

Place your book’s front matter in one file (see also Suggestions for Writing Front Matter). Create a separate file for each chapter or other major subdivision of the book.

The next section of your book is actually the table of contents. But because you cannot create a clickable table of contents without finishing your book first, we’ll skip to formatting the chapters first. Note: Make sure you have a table of contents page before Chapter 1.

Add a page break at the end of it and work on your chapters. THE BOOK OF MANUSCRIPTS incorporating THE TREASURY OF LIFE. Compiled from writings preserved by Amos,an Egyptian; Claudius Linus, a Roman; and Vitico, a Gaul.

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A book proposal includes a prospectus and a sample chapter. All submissions should be double spaced, point type, and include headings that support a clear hierarchy. A typical book proposal can be as brief as pages and as lengthy as 15 pages.

All manuscripts submitted to Sigma should. General guidelines for preparing the manuscript for submission are summarized in the. Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.; APA,pp.

Authors may also find the document “Checklist for Manuscript Submission” on the APA website helpful for preparing manuscripts for APA journals. Standard manuscript format is a formatting style for manuscripts of short stories, novels, poems and other literary works. Even with the advent of desktop publishing, making it possible for anyone to prepare text that appears professionally typeset, many publishers still require authors to submit manuscripts within their respective guidelines.

Although there is no single set of guidelines. Submitting a Book Proposal. Find Your Editor. First and foremost, a good book begins with a good idea and a clear sense of who you are writing it for.

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