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It is not absolutely necessary to use these documents. You can also use either an empty Word file or the basic LaTeX book category (for monographs) or the item category (for single articles) and adopt the basic preferences and style (e.g. for headlines, listings, notes, etc.). When you cannot use our Word template:
- Open an empty Word file. - Use Word's defaults to help identifying the header layers. - Use Word's built-in features for displaying list, fonts such as bolder or italic, thumbnail index, and footnotes.
Complimentary word models for your book
It' s difficult enough to make a history, so we've created a few word models to make the edit easier, as it' often impossible to access the Quarkxpress, Freehand or Indesign tool. You can use them to design your book in Word in the following sizes: You' re not getting the results of a professionally designed design, but it's a good option if you're out of your time.
Please keep in mind that all pictures in your book should have a minimum of 300 dpi or more.
The right template and the application of style are crucial for a successfull work.
The right template and the application of style are crucial for a successfull work. Please retrieve the template by downloading the appropriate zipped archive from this page. On this page you will find a lot of useful information, among them a short description of how to apply them. Installation and Attachment of the template To installation of the SD template and its files:
As an alternative, you can click the Office pushbutton and select New > My Templates. Append the template to an available filename Open an available Word 2007 documen. We' ve designed a dedicated tool bar to give you fast and easy acces to most of the utilities and style you need.
In order to get onto the tool bar, you need the Word Template icon, which is not readily available in the 2007 user surface. Choose the down arrows at the end of the Quick Launch tool bar (the small tool bar at the top of the screen, see Figure 2) and choose More Command from the drop-down list.
In the Choose command-drop-down box, choose the Developers tab, then choose a template from the drop-down box, click Append, and then click OK. You should now see the template toolbar for DeepL acces. You can now use the TechTool as an add-in whenever you need it: From the Quick Launch toolbar, click the Preferences icons and choose Document Template.
On the Templates and Add-Ins screen, make sure that TechTool is enabled and click OK. Select this folder to open the style menu shown in Figure 3 and the technique checks utility. NOTICE: This page should give you all the information you need to append the template and get things started. If you need more details and have problems, please feel free to load down the detailed instructions for the template.
Pages calculated by Microsoft Word are NOT an exact estimation. On the SD Tech page, click the TechChecks icon at the end lefthand side of the toolbar. It traverses the entire page and provides an estimation of the number of pages (this estimation does not contain any numbers, even if they have been inserted).
While you can run this macros on your documents at any point, be sure to verify the definitive page number. Use the following text style for plain text (styles for feature and code are specified in the appropriate sections). NOTICE: View in-depth directions for using a style. Use the feature style for side bars, memos and hints, warnings, try it out (Wrox Beginning set only), etc.
You should only use fonts from the Item Categories or the SD Fonts page for text, list, or source within the Item. In order to launch a function, use the Characteristics section on the SD Tech page. From the drop-down list, click the drop-down menu next to your show and choose the function you want to use.
A line of text is added to your documents to indicate the beginning of the function. The FeaturePara Para Stylus is used for continuous text within a characteristic. You use the FeatureCodeSnippet, FeatureCodeScreen, etc. fonts for rows of code within any of the featured parts, unless the rows of codes are inside a listing (see below). You use thefeaturelist bulletin, FeatureListNumber, etc. to create listings within a specific function.
You use the FeatureCodeSnippetSub type for rows of text within a FeatureList (this will indente the line of text with the inscripts. Do NOT use tabbed or suspended indentations in the source codes; they do not work as expected in our automatic workstations. Codestiles The codestyle are contained in the section Codes in the SD Tech toolbar or on the SD Codesheet.
You use the FeatureCodeSnippet, etc., for coding within a feature. Use the CodeListing type (and CodeTitle for the heading) for complete codelists with headers. Codes in other texts (InlineCode and variants) In line codestyle are contained in the SD Tech Ribbon's in line codes section or on the SD Card index card.
DON'T use your own Courier or other typefaces within the documents to generate monophone text. These types of behavior do not work as expected in our automatic system. Use the following text types for your line keywords instead: If you want to use monofonts (code font) for a word in a line with plain text, a list character, or another type, select the corresponding text and use the InlineCode type (from the Tech Toolbar's Inline menu).
Use the UserInput styles for keywords that the operator is to enter into an port (this is displayed as a monospaced font plus bold). You must break all wrap line of codes with harsh return (with the Enter or Return key). In order to verify if any of your codewraps, click the TechChecks icon after you are sure that you have stylised all of them.
It scrolls through the file and marks all broken rows of codes in rose. Then click the Find Long Code icon to find the first occurrence of the broken snippet. Re-click the icon to find the next broken line. For more information on the creation and nomenclature of character data please see the Working with characters in the on-line Author's Kits guide.
Slug the number and caption line (Note: captioning should not be used in Wrox books). There is no need to include the numbers in the documents. Don't include empty rows in the file to provide additional room for illustrations, spreadsheets, code digits, etc.
Don't overwrite the fonts in the template or resize the type. When you are not sure how to design an item, or think you need a theme that is not in the template, please write a message (as QueryPara, from the ribbon's paras category) or talk to your publisher.
In order to get a summary of your paper showing you the approximate page length, whether there are broken rows of text and whether you have used incorrect style, click the TechChecks tab and then click Create Chapter Reports under the appropriate set. It scrolls through the documents and provides the information in a new one.