Tools

PDF

PDF workflow

Digital editorial mark-up

PDF Proofreading Marks allow you to use traditional editorial marks in a digital workflow.

PDF Proofreading Marks are a great complement to annotations/ comments in Adobe Acrobat. All proofreading marks show up in the ‘Comments List’ and can be checked off when taken in, as shown below.

Proofreading marks can be checked off when taken in.

The benefit of using PDF Proofreading Marks is that you can quickly visualise changes, which you can’t do with annotations/comments alone.

The entire production process was electronic. All corrections were marked up by an editor in a PDF and sent over the Internet. This process saved paper, printing costs, delivery expenses and time.

2. Download Proofreading Guide

proofreading-guide.pdf

Installation symbol pdf

The following steps will load proofreading marks into Adobe Acrobat.

1. Quit Acrobat if it is open.

2. Download and place the file

pdf-proofreading-marks.pdf

in your Acrobat ‘Stamps’ folder.

Note: The location of the ‘Stamps’ folder will vary depending on your Acrobat version and operating system. For example:

Mac OS X /Users/USERNAME/Library/ Application Support/Adobe/ Acrobat/11.0/Stamps

Windows 7 C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\ Roaming \Adobe\Acrobat\10.0\ Stamps

3. Restart Acroba

PDF Proofreading Marks will be available in the ‘Stamps Palette’.

Process of Using PDF Proofreading Marks

Once you have installed PDF Proofreading Marks in Adobe Acrobat the following steps will show you how to apply the marks in a PDF.

1. Open the PDF you want to edit and click on ‘Comment’ in the ‘Toolbar’.

Select ‘Comment’ from the ‘Toolbar’.

2. Locate the ‘Stamp’ tool under ‘Annotations’.

3 Click the ‘Stamp‘ tool and choose ‘Show Stamps Palette‘.

4. Select ‘Proofreading’ from the dropdown menu.

5. Click on a proofreader mark you want to use and then click on your page.

The mark will appear on the page for you to move into position

MathType

MathType workflow: Working with Equation

Typesetting mathematical equations

Our workflow is built around Microsoft Word, MathType, InD

Benefits

There are many benefits including:

  • • no re-keying
  • • removing operator error
  • • improving production time
  • • no more double-handling
  • • authors and editors set their own equations
  • • checking and proofreading can be free of operator error.

MathType workflow

In partnership with editors, we request equations to be created using Microsoft Equation Editor or MathType . Typesetting India Group can then automatically format all equations and export them to InDesign using our custom-built software (InDesign Script).

From Microsoft Word we perform the following steps:

1. Convert equations

Convert all equations to MathType ready to be formatted

2. Format equations

Automatically apply formatting to all equations. Formatting defines equation preferences, i.e. fonts, size and spacing.

3. Export

Automatically export all equations to the required format.

4. Import into InDesign

Custom-built software is used to import equations and align them into the text flow.

Online Services

File Renamer

You can Rename all files in single hit by using File Renamer Basic 


Font Converter

You can convert font format for free.  


What is the Font

Find What is the Font from image. 


Outlook Express

If following error message comes:

Send test e-mail message: None of the authentication methods supported by this client are supported by your server.

  1. Open Start menu > Control Panel - All Control Panel Items > Mail (32-bit) > E-mail Accounts on your conputer.

  2. Select your email account from the list and click Change . Email settings should be displayed.

  3. Click More Settings... button.

  4. Select Ougoing Server tab > enable My outgoing server(SMTP) requires authentication and Use same settings as my incoming mail server settings.

  5. Set Outgoing (SMTP) to use port 587 and set "Use the following type of encrypted connection = Auto .

  6. Click OK to update the settings.

  7. Click Next and then, click Finish .

QuarkXpress

QUARK 7 ( Download Quark 7 Training PDF)

Overview  

Tools and Palettes  
Tools
Colors Palettes
Style Sheet Palettes
Document Layout Palettes
Measurement/Control Palettes
Picuture Effects Palettes
Layers Palettes
List
Glyphs
Shared Content

Menus and Sub-Menus
File Menu
Edit Menu
Style Menu
Item Menu
Page Menu
Layout Menu
Table Menu
View Menu
Utilities Menu
Script

Advance Techniques of Quark 7
Composition Zone Tool
Job Jacket/Ticket
Synchronising Overview

Communication

WEEK 1 (Download Communication PDF)

Day 1: Part of Speech 
Noun
Pronoun
The Verb
Adverb
Adjective
Preposition
Conjunction
Interjection

Day 2: Tense
Present
Past
Future

Day 3: Use of Has, Have, Had
Has/Have, Had, Will have
Has to, Have to, Had to, Will have to

Day 4: Use Had
May, Might, Must
May be, Might be, Must be
May have, Might have, Must have
Can, Could, Could have
Should, Should have
Would like to

Day 5:   Use of Few Most Used Words
Willing to
Getting to
About to
Yet to
Able to
Supposed to

WEEK 2 (Download Communication PDF)

Day 6:   Keep/Remain, Had Better, Going to
Keep
Remain
Had Better
Going to

Day 7:   Participles
Doubling of Same Words
Two Work Done by One Subject/Person
Double Future
Before After

Day 8:   Conditional Sentences
Double Future Conditional Sentence
Present Perfect and Future Indefinite Conditional Sentence

Day 9:   Imaginary Sentences
Indefinite Imaginary Sentence
Continuous Imaginary Sentences

Day 10:   Passive Voice Sentences
When to use Passive
Rules
Process to convert Active Sentences into Passive Sentences

WEEK 3 (Download Communication PDF)

Day 11:   Vocabulary
Verb with Three Forms
Hindi Meaning

Day 12:   Exercises

Powermath

Powermath / Xpressmath (Download Powermath_Xpressmath PDF)

Pi Character Procedure

Integral Procedure

Summation Procedure

Radical Procedure

Stack Limits

Macro Selector

Matrix

Division/Fractions

Case Fractions

Math Rules

Styles

Force Level

Stacking

Typesetting

Chapter 1:   Typesetting Procedure ( Download Typesetting Procedure PDF)

Input

Process

Output


Chapter 2:   Element of Books ( Download Element of Books PDF)

Front Matter

Body Matter

Back Matter


Chapter 3-4:   Typography and Proofreading ( Download Typography and Proofreading PDF)

Typography

Type of Errors

Typesetting Guidelines

International Proofreading Marking/Symbols

Internationals Copy editing Marking/Symbols

Bad Breaks

Workflow for Proofreading

Checklist for Proofreaders

 

Chapter 5:   Font Management ( Download Font Management PDF)

Where Mac OS X sotre system Fonts

Which fonts are necessory to Mac OS X

Manual Cleanup System Fonts

 

Chapter 3:   XML in Indesign ( Download XML in Indesign PDF)

XML Structure

Import XML Files

Apply XML tags

Mapping tags and styles

Use the Sturcture pane

 

Chapter 9:   Powermath_Xpressmath ( Download Powermath_Xpressmath PDF)

Pi Character Procedure

Integral Procedure

Summation Procedure

Radical Procedure

Stack Limits

Macro Selector

Matrix

Division/Fractions

Case Fractions

Math Rules

Styles

Force Level

Stacking

 

Chapter 10:   Know Your G5 Mac ( Download Know Your G5 Mac PDF)

i-Mac G5

Inserting a CD or DVD Disc

Front View of iMac G5

Back View of iMac G5

Desktop of iMac G5

Keyboard of G5 Symbol

 

Pica Scale   Biotics's Pica Scale ( Download pica scale PDF)

 

Software-winrar

Winrar

You can expend the zip or rar files by using this software. 

Multilingual Rules

Standard Typesetting Rules for All Languages:

Quotations Mark: Quotation Marks Rules for All Languages 

Arabic, Farsi 
Due to Right to Left formatting, these are called most complex typesetting languages.
Use Adobe InDesign Middle East Version for these languages.

Which have the facility to typeset reverse (right to left.)

But if you typeset the document in Standard InDesign then you must have InDesign CS 6 or updated version.
Which have "Adobe World-Ready Line/Paragraph Composer"

Check List:
* Fonts: 
  Arabic: Adobe Arebic
  Farsi: Arial

* All English Characters punctuation, digits symbol need to correct manually i.e. .:,)(5/ etc.
* Fix paragraphs alignment to flush right.
* Paragraph will start from "end of first line of paragraph"
    continue to "next line from right" and then will end to "left of last line". 
   for Example:

MSP: 


TSP: 


___________________________________________

Chinese, Japanese,
These Languages run from Left to Right.

Check List:
* Fonts: 
  Chinese: SimSum (for regular), Simhei (for bold face.). 
  Japanese: Ryo Gothic Family. 

* Use "Optical" Kerning.  (if you forget to fix kerning to optical and fix matrix by mistake then there will be extra space after each punctuation.)

___________________________________________



Open Cart

How to fix open cart webstie

step 1: get full backup from control panel.

step 2: download from ftp server

step 3: unzip this folder

step 4: open homedir folder you will find a folder named "public_html"

step 5. Rename of existing folder and then upload public_html folder.

OPTION 2:

step 1: get full backup from control panel.

step 2: don't download from ftp server. Just Unzip it.

step 4: open homedir folder you will find a folder named "public_html"

step 5. Rename of existing folder and then move your public_html here.


thats all...


Photoshop

Disable extras on startup

View > Show > (uncheck) Grid

InDesign

WEEK 1 (Download Indesign Training_Week 1 PDF)

Day 1: Typesetting Introduction
Intro about Typesetting Industry
Typesetting Process
Type of Books
Typesetting Process
Standard Style Naming Convention

Exercise 1 -  N001 (Download InDesign Exercise 1)
Exercise 2 -  N001 (Download InDesign Exercise 2)

Day 2: Grid and Typography
Grid
Technical Terms
Typography

Day 3:   Working with PDFs
Type of PDFs: Embedded.Non Embedded, Scan or Editable
Extracting Text and Image from PDFs
Extracting Specification: Color, Font, Font Size
Measuring 
OCR

Day 4:   Math Type- Equation Editor
Create Equations

Day 5: InDesign Basics
How to Create New Document
The InDesign Main Window (Workspace)
Tools
Control Pallete

WEEK 2 (Download Indesign Training_Week 2 PDF)

Day 6: Placing Files, Style, Master
Placing Word/Text Files in Indesign
Insert Pagfes, Apply Master
Making Master Item a Page Item (Overriding)
Manual/Auto Flowing Text
Apply Paragraph and Character Style
Different between regular space and Tab
Insert Images: In-line and Non-In-line

Day 7:   Page
Creating Master Pages
Automatic Page Number, Sections
Moving Pages/Master to Current/Other Document
Master Option: Name a Master, Based on Master Option etc.
Shuffling

Day 8: Colors, Swatches, Tint and Gradiant
Swatched vs Color
Tint
Gradiant
CMYK, RGB
Spot Color
Mixing of Swatches/Colors/Spot Colors

Day 9: Styles
Character and Paragraph Sytles
Nested Style
Editing Style

Day 10: Formatting Paragraphs
Tabs
Alignment and Indents
Story Editor
Multiple Column Text Frames

WEEK 3 (Download Indesign Training_Week 3 PDF)

Day 11: Find/Change
Find/Change Overview
GREP Find/Change

Day 12: Layers and Anchor Objects
Working with Layers
Anchor Objects
Text Wrap
Step and Repeat
Grouping and Ungrouping
Object Styles

Day 13: Fonts and Links
Links, Re-link, Update Link, Edit Original
Find Font (Font Usages)
Tracking vs Kerning
Hyphenation and Justification

Day 14: Tables
What is a Table
Create a Table in Indesign
Cell Style
Table Style
Converting Text to Table
Importing Table from Word and Excel Files

Day 15: Tables
Table Options
Cell Options

WEEK 4 (Download InDesign Training_Week 4 PDF)

Day 16: Pre-flighting and Package
PDF

Day 17: Footnotes
Insert Footnotes
Document Footnote Options

Day 18: Table of Contents
Table of Content Style
Table of Contents
Update Table of Contents

Day 19: Book
Book Files
Synchronise Book File
Creating PDF by Book Creating Package, Pref lighting by Book

Day 20: Indexing
Indexing
Cross-References

WEEK 5 (Download InDesign Training_Week 5 PDF)

Day 21: Library, Info Palette, Effects
Libraries
Info Palette
Effects

Day 22:   Baseline Grid
The Baseline Grid

Day 23:   Slug and Bleed, Printing Options
What is Slug Area and Bleed
How to Print Slug and Bleed
Creating Different types of PDFs by InDesign

Day 24: Preferences
InDesign Preferences

Day 25: Use of .Inx files, Scripting
Exporting InDesign document as .inx file
Benefit of .inx files

Scripts