typesetting

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Present participle of typeset
The setting or composition of written material into type
A term that originally referred to the setting of lead type for printing presses or phototypesetting With advancing technology nearly all "typesetting" is now done on the computer
Term originally referred to the setting of lead type for printing presses or phototypesetting With advancing technology nearly all "typesetting" is now done on the computer
The preparation of high-quality printed documents, including features for fine control over the style, size, and spacing of printed copy Compare word processor, and see also the help pages for selecting a word processor or typesetting system
The process of producing type ready for printing Typeset print is often considered better than 1200 dpi
the job or activity of arranging type (5) for printing. Setting of type for use in any of various printing processes. Type for printing, using woodblocks, was invented in China in the 11th century, and movable type using metal molds had appeared in Korea by the 13th century. It was reinvented in Europe in the 1450s by Johannes Gutenberg. For much of its history, typesetting and printing were often performed by the same person, who arranged movable type, one character at a time, in rows corresponding to the individual lines in the publication and operated the hand press to imprint the image on paper. Typesetting was revolutionized in the 1880s with the invention of the "hot-metal" processes: Linotype (1884), in which the lines of type were assembled by use of a typewriter-like keyboard and each line was cast as a single slug of molten metal, and Monotype (1887), which also used a keyboard but cast each character separately. Photocomposition the composition of text directly on film or photosensitive paper using a rotating drum or disk with cutout type characters through which light could be directed onto the receiving surface appeared in the early 20th century. By the late 20th century, computers and publishing software generated characters and handled most hyphenation, layout, and other page-makeup decisions, with the resulting electronic file, including any graphics, passed to a laser printer for paper or film reproduction
{i} arranging of text for printing, process of setting type
The craft of setting text or display copy from typefaces for output at medium and high resolutions
The act or art of setting type
The composing of type by any method or process, also called composition
Assembly of reading matter by the use of handpicked metal type, by keyboarding, and/or by casting or photo-typesetting
composition
typesetting machine
a printer that sets textual material in type
typesetting machine
printer, machine that arranges type before the printing process
hot metal typesetting
any method of typesetting that involves injecting a molten metal alloy into a matrix to form a relief printing surface
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Set in type
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to set or compose written material into type
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A set of customized types (for example, numeric or character) representing how a language writes data to a file
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set in type; "My book will be typeset nicely"
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Traditionally, typesetting referred to the process of placing type on a page This is how books have been printing for the past several hundred years Now, newer technologies for creating identical output (some Desk Top Publishing programs, high-quality printers, etc ) are encompassed by the same name Printing that is the same quality as typeset output is called typeset quality
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To create type of a quality usable for reproduction, whether electronically or mechanically
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set in type; "My book will be typeset nicely
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{f} set in type; compose for printing (Printing)
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