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Graphics Master 5.

If your high school or college curriculum includes courses in the graphic arts, this comprehensive one-volume reference is the source of just about everything you would ever need to know about typography, printing processes, image carriers, photomechanics, presses, inks, and other old and new technologies of print production. Whether used as a reference, workbook or textbook, the easy-to-find indexed sections provide instant answers at the flip of a page. Whether your interest is in traditional typesetting or the latest electronic composition and computer imaging, you'll be pleased to have this unique resource on your bookshelf.
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Author:Baker, David
Publication:School Arts
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Mar 1, 1993
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