Linda K. Fetters (Author). A clear and concise guide to the essentials of indexing. the perfect choice for a novice indexer, authors desiring to index their own work, or document specialists needing to index their organizations' materials
Linda K. ISBN-13: 978-1573874618. the perfect choice for a novice indexer, authors desiring to index their own work, or document specialists needing to index their organizations' materials. If you are considering indexing as a career, this handbook will help you make up your mind.
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In addition to its easy-to-follow "how-to" coverage, you'll find updated information about indexing seminars and training programs, professional organizations, and indexing standards. Chapter 8, "Electronic Documents," has been expanded to include basic coverage of embedded indexing, Cambridge University Press indexing, XML indexing, ebook indexing, web indexing, and taxonomies. The Everything Guide to Writing Children's Books.
Sample chapter of Linda K. Fetters best-selling guide for indexers. The best way to learn indexing is to index. If you dont have any means of getting feedback on your indexing efforts, find a book you like and create your own index for it. Compare your index to the one in the book. Be aware that the index of the book may not have been written by a professional indexer.
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Most book indexes have to be made between the time page proof is issued . For further reference, see Hans H. Wellisch, Indexing from A to Z, and Linda K. Fetters, Handbook of Indexing Techniques (bibliog.
Most book indexes have to be made between the time page proof is issued and the time it is returned to the typesetter- usually about four weeks. For an illustration of how indexing ts into the overall publishing process for books, see appendix . An author prepar-ing his or her own index will have to proofread as well as index the work. Computers and special indexing software can stream-line the indexing process and substantially reduce the time required. Kinds of Indexes and Components of an Index.