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Old 07-21-2005, 06:51 AM   #11
Adrian
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Originally Posted by Mike
I've only done it once. Last month a publisher sent me a novel set in XPress. I opened it up in InDesign CS1. Deleted a bunch of obviously unused paragraph styles, changed the page and margin sizes, moved the author's bio and photo from the back page to the front page, sorted out the pagination and fitted it to the required 128 pages and sent it off for proofreading. The proofreader found 2 spelling errors (in the original) and there are a few changes to make to the imprint page. I'll do those and send it off for printing tomorrow.

Goodness, I wish all jobs were as simple as that.
Mike,

Now that is encouraging!

Best wishes, Adrian
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