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Part 1: Typographic Basics
1 The State of the Art and How We Got Here
2 Units of Typographic Measurement
3 About Typefaces
4 About Fonts
5 The Basics of Using Typefaces
6 Typesetting versus Typewriting
7 Setting Type on a Personal Computer
8 What Makes Good Type Good (and Bad Type Bad)
Part 2: How to Set Type
9 Measure, Point Size, and Leading
10 Controlling Hyphenation and Justification
11 Kerning and Tracking
12 Managing Indention and Alignment
13 Special Characters and Special Situations
14 Document Structures and Typographic Conventions
16 Language-Specific Issues
17 Typesetting with StyleSheets
18 Resolution Issues: Print, Screen, and Web
part three References
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