2 edition of Preparing the manuscript found in the catalog.
Preparing the manuscript
Udia G. Olsen
Bibliography: p. 150.
|Statement||by Udia G. Olsen.|
|LC Classifications||PN147 .O5 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 154 p.|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||73031257|
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Most social science research journals employ the publication style developed by the American Psychological Association, and this chapter highlights some of the key features associated with this all-important formatting template. This chapter discusses each separate part of the research manuscript, along with the most common formatting errors associated with both. Preparing a . Preparing your manuscript. You will find our author guidelines online showing you how you should compile your prelims, chapter abstracts, and notes. Along with the manuscript itself we will ask for additional information from you so that we can put the book into production in a timely and efficient way, ensuring that the process of publishing your book is seamless.
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Format the book as normal, completing the addition of all chapters, with a section break at the end of the last paragraph of each chapter. Andre Calihanna lays out what goes in the front matter of your book, and Tracy Atkins continues her series on preparing your manuscript for publication.
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Preparing your manuscript The information below details the section headings that you should include in your manuscript and what information should be within each section.
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4 PREPARING YOUR PRINTER-READY MANUSCRIPT body text and an 8- or 9-point font for footnotes or endnotes. (This manual is set in point Palatino.) Chapter titles are usually set in a point font.
It is preferable to use the same font face throughout the book for the main body text, running heads, headings, subheadings,File Size: KB. Submitting Your Manuscript for Review When you initially contact the press, please submit a proposal to the appropriate acquisitions editor, and send your manuscript only if your acquisitions editor has evaluated your proposal and asked to review your complete manuscript, please send the following materials.
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Other components that are common, but optional depending on the nature of the book, are a dedication, acknowledgments, a foreword (written by a. 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.
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For tips on how to write a killer cover letter to complement your manuscript, click here. All elements of your book should be consistent throughout in content and format. Please refer to the more detailed information about formatting found above under Manuscript Preparation Guidelines.
All the elements in your manuscript should be easy to identify. Save each chapter as a. 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. Add " ( mm) to the width and " ( mm) to the height.
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To help you preparing your manuscript for submission, our Author Handbook provides full guidance to assist you, including artwork and video preparation, copyright and permissions, file formats and manuscript structure, and much more. The Handbook is intended to help you more easily prepare a manuscript that will be as close as possible to a.
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.Preparing Your Manuscript.
As you work to prepare your final manuscript, please follow the guidelines. If the manuscript is not prepared as requested, it will be returned to you for the necessary work to be done. This could affect the publication schedule for your project. Review the Guidelines for Manuscript Preparation while working on the.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.