Butcher's Copy-editing: The Cambridge Handbook for Editors, Copy-editors and Proofreaders
Since its first publication in 1975, Judith Butcher's Copy-editing has become firmly established as a classic reference guide. This fourth edition has been comprehensively revised to provide an up-to-date and clearly presented source of information for all those involved in preparing typescripts and illustrations for publication. From the basics of how to prepare text and illustrations for the designer and typesetter, through the ground rules of house style, to how to read and correct proofs, Copy-editing covers all aspects of the editorial process. New and revised features: up-to-date advice on indexes, inclusive language, reference systems and preliminary pages a chapter devoted to on-screen copy-editing guidance on digital coding and publishing in other media such as e-books updated to take account of modern typesetting and printing technology an expanded section on law books an essential tool for new and experienced copy-editors, working freelance or in-house.
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abbreviations alphabetical arabic artwork ask the author authordate system authors name bibliography binomen book title caption changes chapter codes comma commissioning editor consistent contents list conventions copy-editing copy-editor corrections cross-references designer difﬁcult e-book edition electronic ﬁles ellipsis endnotes entry example ﬁg ﬁgures ﬁnal Finance Act 1963 ﬁnd and replace folio number follow footnotes formatting full point given halftones hard copy house style hyphen identiﬁed illustrations indented ISBN italic italicized journal layout letters list of illustrations lower-case macros necessary notes omitted on-screen page numbers parentheses photocopy preﬁxes preliminary pages printed printout production department proof stage proofreader publisher publishers punctuation quotes reader references rekeyed relevant roman rules running heads separate signiﬁcant sinusoidal spiral small capitals solidus space speciﬁc spelling square brackets statutory instruments subentries subheading superscript symbols tables typesetter usually verso volume editor volume number XML typescript
119. lappuse - ... the purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes; 2*17U.SC§ 106(1998). (2) the nature of the copyrighted work...
119. lappuse - ... (1) the purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes; (2) the nature of the copyrighted work; (3) the amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole; and (4) the effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work.
229. lappuse - Its nationals, if from the time of the first publication all the copies of the work published with the authority of the author or other copyright proprietor bear the symbol © accompanied by the name of the copyright proprietor and the year of first publication placed in such manner and location as to give reasonable notice of claim of copyright.
197. lappuse - UNITS length meter* (m) mass kilogram (kg) time second (s) electric current ampere (A) thermodynamic temperature* kelvin (K) amount of substance mole (mol) luminous intensity candela (cd) SUPPLEMENTARY UNITS plane angle radian (rad) solid angle steradian (sr) tThe spellings "metre" and "litre" are preferred by ASTM; however, "-er
45. lappuse - ... from whence it appears that our author's account of the cycle is not merely imperfect, but incorrect, if he really placed the names in the order in which they are given in the text.
195. lappuse - It is sometimes difficult to know where to draw the line between...
187. lappuse - ... (no comma); on 14 September, or on the 14th. 1980s, not spelt out, no apostrophes. Nineteenth century, not 19th century, (adjective nineteenth-century). AD usually precedes the year number (AD 30), but fifth century AD. BC and BP follow the date (1232 BC). There are usually no commas in dates, but BP dates do have a comma or space when they consist of five or more digits, eg 13,500 BP.