Re: Page Layout

Subject: Re: Page Layout
From: "Madeline Bechtold" <talking_rain -at- hotmail -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com
Date: Fri, 30 Jun 2000 13:18:15 PDT

I'd like to know this, too! A few days ago I checked the techwr-l archives on this very topic but couldn't find anything.

Gilding the lily just a little, if anyone has any recommendations on page layout resources specific to MS Word (2000)... TIA!

To Chasity: No need to apologize for being a newbie. In the overall scheme of things, there ain't nobody here but us newbies :)


Madeline Bechtold
talking_rain -at- hotmail -dot- com

>From: chasity mcwilliams <chas -at- fcs -dot- uga -dot- edu>
>Reply-To: chasity mcwilliams <chas -at- fcs -dot- uga -dot- edu>
>To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
>Subject: Page Layout
>Date: Fri, 30 Jun 2000 15:24:20 -0600
>Can anyone point me to a reference for learning about page
>layout? I'm not looking for any software. I just want to
>know what constitutes good or bad page layout for print. I
>understand that there should not be too much crowded on a
>page. I also realize that objects on a page shouldn't just
>"float in space" with nothing unifying them. I would like
>to know specifically how to look for no-no's in a printed
>page layout.
>I apologize for being a newbie.
>thanks again to everyone who offered help on creating a
>style guide.
>"You're not dying, you just can't think of anything
> good to do."
>-Ferris B.
>chasity mcwilliams
>chas -at- fcs -dot- uga -dot- edu
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