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I'm sorry that this is going to be a rather terse reply, but...
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::: -----Original Message-----
::: I have a question or two or three for the art
::: director/editor types at
::: technical publications. They are most likely easily
::: answered by experience,
::: but as I have none I thought I'd ask the people who do.
::: How do you decide, if an author has not handed in any
::: illustrations or
::: photos, etc., whether they are needed or not?
::: If they are how do you determine what kind of illustration
::: or photo, etc.,to
::: If the choice to use an illustration is chosen what do you
::: use to tell the
::: author that an illustration would help the work and
::: illustrator to make
::: preparation easier.
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