Book layout rules
The typesetting of books, especially the system table, is a relatively complicated task in typesetting technology. The operation must be skilled in order to make the discharged books beautiful and eye-catching.
The classification and composition of books, books are called tables for short. It is an effective form of expression of experimental data results. There are many types of books, and there are multiple classifications from different perspectives. According to its typesetting method, books can be divided into two categories: books and parts books. Books such as data sheets, statistical tables, and process sheets, and parts books such as attendance sheets, payroll sheets, experience sheets, invoices, and contracts. According to its structure, books can be divided into three categories: horizontal and straight tables, wireless tables and threaded tables.
Books arranged with lines as column lines and row lines are called horizontal line tables, also called card line tables; books that are separated by spaces without lines are called wireless tables; arrange the books on different layouts, and then pass The book printed by overprinting is called the overprinting table. The most widely used in books and periodicals is the horizontal and straight line table. Ordinary books can generally be divided into four parts: table title, table header, table body and table notes, and the names of each part.