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Disk Organization...
 
Planning does make a diference..
Crane offers the below as a guideline in organizing computer disks. Organized disks have a directory looking like:
  • Folder named: Title of book

    • Sub folder named Cover
      Has file(s) used to open up the cover. Like Pagemaker, Quark, MS Word file.
      Note 1: When the Spine, Back Cover, Front Cover are all separate files then create a Folder Named for each piece and include the below sub folders for each piece.
      Note 2:When the cover is one or more pages of the text file, then indicate which pages to use in the ReadMe.txt file.

      • Sub folder named Fonts
        Contains all fonts used in the construction of the cover

      • Sub folder named Graphics
        Any images, graphics, clip art, line drawings, halftones, eps, or other files used in construction of the cover. When building documents and the option allows you to encapsulate it into the document decline these inclusions.

    • Sub folder named Text
      Has file(s) used to open up the Text. Like Pagemaker, Quark, MS Word file.
      Best Practice: Make Text file all one document.
      Note 1: When Text is more than one file then create a Folder Named for each section and include the below sub folders for each piece.
      Note 2:When the text is one or more pages of the text file, then indicate which pages to use in the ReadMe.txt file.

      • Sub folder named Fonts
        Contains all fonts used in the construction of the text

      • Sub folder named Graphics
        Any images, graphics, clip art, line drawings, halftones, eps, or other files used in construction of the text. When building documents and the option allows you to encapsulate it into the document decline these inclusions.


  • File named: Readme.txt
    This file contains information about the disk. Where what is and any difficulty or notes of interest.

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