Re[2]: HELP: Printing Process References

Subject: Re[2]: HELP: Printing Process References
From: Keith Arnett <Keith_Arnett -at- RESTON -dot- OMD -dot- STERLING -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 19 Feb 1998 13:20:08 EST

I just visited the referenced web site, and found you can order

Copies of the 17th edition are available at $9.00 each for
1-25 copies, $8.75 each in quantities of 26-99 copies and
$8.50 each for 100 or more from Print Resources Group,
LLC, P.O. Box 770067, Memphis, TN 38177-0067; or
telephone (800) 854-3212 or fax (901) 373-8411.

Credit card orders are welcome via the 800 # -- I just ordered a copy
for myself. Thanks, John--I've seen this text before but never got
around to getting it for my own library.

Keith Arnett
Technical Writer
Sterling Software, Inc.
Reston VA USA

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Subject: Re: HELP: Printing Process References
Author: John Newman <johnn -at- OTG -dot- COM> at ~sydressmtp
Date: 2/19/98 11:47 AM

The best overview/basic reference for the printing industry that I've
found is "Pocket Pal" from International Paper. It's a little book that
has been continuously revised for the last 63 years, the latest being
last October. You can learn more about it at
s&ID=866546&backto=list> . carries it, but unfortunately it
is currently on back order. Maybe now that you have a specific title,
you can try your library again.

John Newman
OTG Software
johnn -at- otgsoftware -dot- com

-----Original Message-----
From: Jelinek, Jennifer [SMTP:JJelinek -at- PLYMOUTHWATER -dot- COM]
Sent: Thursday, February 19, 1998 11:27 AM
Subject: HELP: Printing Process References

Hope this isn't off topic...I'd imagine I'm not the only techwhirler who
has to bid out color print jobs.
Does anyone know of a good reference book or website that covers the
printing industry...processes, equipment, pre-press technolgies, etc.
I'm looking for a good overview, but one that's up-to-date. My search w/
Yahoo only turned up printing companies, and my local library's books
are all from the 1970's. I'd love to hear from anyone with knowledge in
this arena to find out how you learned what you know...

Thanks much!
Jennifer Jelinek
Marketing Services Manager
Plymouth Products, Inc. Sheboygan, WI
jjelinek -at- plymouthwater -dot- com

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