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Note that his title was last updated in 2004. While some PDF specifications and practices have changed since then, most of the advice in this book are still valuable.

This whopping 100 page official supplement of the highly regarded ePublisher Guide is jammed packed with excellent advice and great product reviews. This book is designed to help you create professional looking products regardless of your budget. We cover layout on the cheap as well as several of the main stream commercial software packages. Tons of good sense advice to creating a readable as well as great looking product. Plus many product reviews. 


With writing or contributions from several professional layout/design people:

Michael L. Fiegel, Greg Porter, Mark Arsenault, Anna Dobritt, and others.

CONTENTS:

  • Introduction
  • Planning:Screen vs Printer, Colors, Graphics, Fonts, Rights, Budgeting, POD, ...
  • Budgeting:Shoe string?
  • Layout:Styles, Format, Columns, Margins, Charts, Kerning, ... Step by Step
  • Advanced Fucntions:Bookmarks, Hot Text, Thumbnails, Glossary, Forms, Sounds, Javascript...
  • Optmization:Settigns, Dithering, Embedding, DPI, Graphic formats, File Sizes, ...
  • Distribution:Packaging, Advertising, Selling yourself, Naming conventions, Readme, Licenses, ...
  • Tips & FAQ
  • Resources

PRODUCT REVIEWS:

  • Indesign CS
  • Quark Xpress
  • Pagemaker
  • PDF 995
  • Word/Office
  • Jaws PDF Creator
  • FinePrint PdfFactory
  • Adobe Acrobat (Distiller)

EXTRAS:

  • Sample Stylesheets
  • Background Images
  • D20/OGL vector logos
  • Sample Forms
  • Technology Example

NOTE: Majority of information in this documents are useful for non-d20 and even print publishers.



BOOKS IN THIS SERIES:
ePublisher Guide
ePublisher Guide
ePublisher D20/OGL Guide
ePublisher D20/OGL Guide
ePublisher PDF Creator
ePublisher PDF Creator
 
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April 16th, 2006
A nice overview of what it takes to make a decent to good pdf...and how to avoid common mistakes. LIKED: It was straight forward and mentioned a few details about pdf production that I was unaware of... like how to do it on a short budget [...]
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August 18th, 2005
Awesome and helpful book for .pdf writers and publishers. Highly recommended!! LIKED: Everything DISLIKED: Nothing QUALITY: Excellent VALUE: Very Satisfied [...]
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October 24th, 2004
A must-have for anyone interested in entering the e-publishing arena. Good solid advice and pointers. Be forewarned though - if you're a publisher, you get this book (as well as the other two in the series) for free when you pay your RPGNow vendor set-up [...]
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October 10th, 2004
I got the E-Publishers guide last year and that's why I was looking forward to this one this year. I've read through it lightly and I wish I had gotten this book last year as it has given me information that I had to find out the hard way through experien [...]
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Information Produit
Pages
100
TEXT_EDITION
1.0
Stock Editeur #
MG 2003
Pleine Taille:
10.18 MB
Format
Original electronic
Livres Scannés
Ces livres électroniques ont été créés physiquement en scannant les originaux et en utilisant les images obtenues pour faire les pages pdf. Chaque page est passée par un programme de reconnaissance optique ces caractères (OCR) afin d'essayer de déchiffrer le texte imprimé. Le résultat de ce procédé OCR est situé de manière invisible derrière l'image de chaque page scannée, pour permettre d'utiliser des recherches de texte. Cependant, un texte dans un livre donné sur un fond graphique ou avec des fontes manuelles ne sera probablement pas reconnu par le programme OCR, et ne sera donc pas pris en compte dans les recherches. Aussi certains livres imposants peuvent être redimensionnés pour correspondre au système, et peuvent ne pas avoir cette fonctionnalité de recherche de texte. La plupart des livres les plus vieux et en rupture d'impression sont dans le format images scannées.
Format électronique original
Ces livres électroniques ont été créé à partir des versions électroniques, et permettent donc d'utiliser pleinement la fonction recherche. De plus, la taille de leur fichier tend à être plus petite que celle des livres scannés. La plupart des livres récents sont dans le format électronique original.
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