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Be sure you have a clean, edited, proofed and finalized manuscript. Prepare a disk with all the files you want to use and think might be helpful to the publisher. Make sure they are clearly marked and are arranged in some understandable order. Be sure to keep a copy of the disk so if questions occur you can view the exact same thing your publisheer is viewing. Also remember that strange things can happen when sending files from one computer to another. Printing a hard copy of the material on the disk is always a great idea.

Diane Carter
Humans are Visual!

We read faster than we listen, or more accurately, faster than anyone talks. It’s a fact that we can absorb about three times as much information in the same amount of time reading it vs. hearing it.


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