Fall Wrapper 2011 Wednesday, Nov 9 2011 

Greetings one and all!

Our November electronic magazine had only a few sections, so don’t feel you missed it!

We had a great time at Retreat 2011 and hope to see everyone at 2013! Visit http://www.gregathcompany.com/pr/history/GCEvents/genealogyinthewoods2011.html for more photos.

Let us know where you want to travel in 2012 with us and what type of event you wish to attend – we haven’t approached a speaker yet. As always, our event pages can be accessed from http://www.gregathcompany.com/workshop

Don’t forget us on our Facebook page as well.

Anything we can help with, just let us know – we want everything at your fingertips and easy to use.

Have a great fall season and assorted holidays!

Carrie Cook, Publisher

November 2011 Electronic Magazine (V10#11): Define Wednesday, Nov 9 2011 

Copyright (basic): Protection/listing from the US Library of Congress that gives protection against literary piracy.   Click here for more information. as well as going to http://www.copyright.gov.

Credit lines: text that indicate where material came from.  Generally used for “extra” elements such as photographs and copies of original items.  i.e. “Courtesy of…,” “Permission to reprint this material comes from…,”, etc. a type of caption

Terms marked with an asterisk (*) are not generally used in our office.

For other writing, printing, publishing, marketing lingo, check our glossaries at http://www.gregathcompany.com/gloss.html and

Run across a word that you don’t understand?  Try us – email us your word, term or phrase and we will see if we can shed some light on the matter!

November 2011 E-Magazine V10#11: Design Wednesday, Nov 9 2011 

Some basic ideas to make your publication special

  • Consider using a pre-planned color palette.

  • For more than one book in a series, or from the same author, consider using the same basic layout in different colors.


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November 2011 E-Magazine V10#11: Production Wednesday, Nov 9 2011 


Other frequently used page numbering formats:


  • Choosing not to number a bound book. This is not recommended – many publishers guarantees are keyed to using consecutive page numbers for quality control. Likewise, any reader of your book will have a hard time referencing anything in the work. “Did you see the item on the 15th sheet of paper in the book, the page starts ‘as if…'”.


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