Electronic Magazine – July 2014, V13#7: Production Wednesday, Jul 23 2014 

Book Manufacturing Concepts – inserting items
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When deciding how to attach flat insert items into your traditionally printed book, sleeve options include one open end (side or top), a flap closure at an open end, a two sided sleeve (2 sides open), zipper bags and more.
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This section is drawn from
http://www.gregathcompany.com/publish/design/insertitems.html

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Electronic Magazine – June 2014, V13#6: Manufacture Monday, Jun 2 2014 

Alternatives to adding material to your book in envelopes include adding photographs in “old-fashioned” picture corners. These are available in archival grade, but are harder for the unskilled to place in a book (4 small individual corners versus a single envelope enclosure).

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This section is drawn from
http://www.gregathcompany.com/publish/design/insertitems.html

July 2006, V5#7: Definition Tuesday, Feb 24 2009 

 *Leaf Attachment: How the pages of a text block are “bunched” together such as sewn by thread, adhesive, or non-ANSI/NISO/LBI Standard: staples.

Joint:  The grooves that run top to bottom (head to tail) on the outside of the cover itself, front and back, along which the boards hinge when they open.

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

July 2005, V4#7: Computer Thursday, Dec 25 2008 

Send pictures via email without attachments

Most folks learn early how to send photos by attachment with emails.  However, not everyone opens attachments due to virus concerns.  What to do?  Find out how to embed the photo in the email itself.  Please find general Outlook Express instructions below (NOTE: all choices listed below will not be available unless you are in an outgoing email box/window):

Double check to see your are in html email format by clicking the “Format” pull down menu – a dot should be by Rich Text (HTML) – if it is not, click it and the dot will move.  Next, place your cursor in the email where you want the photo to go, then click the “Insert” menu and choose picture – this will bring up a “Picture” window from which you will click the “Browse” button.  This brings up an “Open” window.  In this window, you will go through your files to find the one you want to use.  Once you have selected the file, click the “Open” button at the bottom of the window, then click the “OK” button.  This should place your photo where your cursor was.