from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of typeset.
- n. The setting or composition of written material into type.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act or art of setting type.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or process of setting or combining types in proper order for printing. It is usually done by picking up each type from an exposed case, and arranging the types so collected in a composing-stick in lines of even length.
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But I didn’t know anything about printing and I’d never even heard the word typesetting before, so the first thing I had to do was some research.
All printing and typesetting is done by hand on a Vandercook S-219AB proofing press.
Once again, I suspect, British typesetting is different from American.
1 - Serving as a source for specialist skills such as typesetting, copy editing, cover designing, etc.
I can see in hindsight that I must have had at least vague plans to continue self-publishing; that would explain the typesetting.
In its iUniverse form, it's got typos and typesetting issues and the cover is bland.
Only if the pre-schooler was doing the typesetting.
I was a bit annoyed at first at yet another book which banishes footnotes to the end - why, with 21st-century typesetting technology, is this still considered an acceptable way to publish?
Disappointingly, it seems the disparity between the "right" and "wrong" drafts of Franzen's book chiefly consists of minor typographical errors and typesetting changes.
Sara Harvey saved my ass, typesetting and printing for me at the last minute, when I had the little spark of Hey!