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Published by NISO Press in Bethesda, Md., U.S.A .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • United States.

Subjects:

  • Microfiches -- Format -- Standards -- United States,
  • Microfiches -- Labeling -- Standards -- United States,
  • Layout (Printing) -- Standards -- United States

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementdeveloped by the Natioal Information Standards Organization ; approved December 19, 1995 by the American National Standards Institute.
SeriesNational information standards series,
ContributionsAmerican National Standards Institute.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTR835 .N26 1996a
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 8 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL978084M
ISBN 101880124254
LC Control Number96015295

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ANSI/NISO Z (R) Information on Microfiche Headers Defines the specific eye-legible information that should appear on the limited space available on microfiche so the fiche can be correctly identified and properly standard describes where to place February ISBN . Microfiche is easy to use and does not require specialized knowledge or software to use it. The documents are photographed and stored in the small space of the microfiche card. The images are too small to be read by the naked eye. In order to read the information on the microfiche, a special device is used to greatly magnify the contents. Microfiche are stored in open-top envelopes which are put in drawers or boxes as file cards, or fitted into pockets in purpose-made books. Ultrafiche [ edit ] Ultrafiche (also 'ultramicrofiche') is an exceptionally compact version of a microfiche or microfilm, storing analog data at much higher densities. On a non-print serial, the ISSN should be printed, if possible, on an internal source, such as on a title screen or home page. Other suggested locations on non-print serials are on external sources such as microfiche headers, cassette or disc labels, or other containers. If a publication has both an ISSN and an ISBN, each should be printed.

You use the Show Header Information check boxes to control the report header. For example, if you want your company name to appear at the top of the report, select the Company Name check box. And if you want to change the company name that appears at the top of the report, edit the contents of the Company Name text box. Other suggested locations on non-print serials are on external sources such as microfiche headers, cassette or disc labels, or other containers. If a publication has both an ISSN and an ISBN, each should be printed. CIP or Cataloging in Publication information is only available for books. So, unless the cataloging in publication data is for. Don't use footer in books, except for drop folios. Put the chapter title in the recto (right-hand) running header. Put the book title in the verso (left-hand) running header. (unless your book includes two levels of classification i.e. "parts" In this case the higher level classification should go here.) To a typesetter, a header means a. ANSI/NISO Z (R) Information on Microfiche Headers Defines the specific eye-legible information that should appear on the limited space available on microfiche so the fiche can be correctly identified and properly standard describes where to place the data, the order of the information, and a recommended type size and contrast to maximize readability.

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