• Produce two versions of the final document
    • standard quality uploaded to https://teae.org/rootes-reviews/
    • press quality is sent to printer
  • Turn off all hyphenation
  • TEAE does not have a / (TE/AE)
  • RootesReview is one word and italics
  • Page titles have top of caps at the top grid line
  • Nothing goes above the top grid line or below the bottom grid line
  • All content is two columns wide (unless it’s three)
  • Text to the right of images is .1″ from the image
  • There are preset styles for
    • Normal body font (Century Schoolbook 11pt)
    • Article  titles Rockwell Extrabold 18pt blue
    • Subheadings: Rockwell 14 bold blue
    • For sale titles: subhead style
    • Captions Arial 10 italics are in a text box with no background color #595959
    • Bylines are 11 pt Arial .4” from right margin
    • Table contents are in ARIAL
    • New members are in a table with Arial not larger than 12 pt include city, state, and region
  • Numbers
    • Spell out numbers to ten
    • Ordinals for dates only. NOT superscripts
    • First thru tenth
    • 1th etc. No superscripts/ Same size on the same line
    • In race reports: Turn 1 (capital Turn and ordinal numbers OK)
  • Uniteds (no ‘)
  • Make sure links work for pdf
  • Tables are Arial 11
  • Time (small caps)
    • AM
    • PM
  • MkII
  • MkIA
  • Images
    • Half size image 3.7”
    • 2.4″ is width of 1/3 column
    • Generally insert image twice the final size for the best quality in the pdf
  • BOLD club member names
  • Want ads: price align right. Emails Arial
  • [Ed note: ]
  • MPH … small caps
  • Continued from more than one page back  (Subhead)
  • Continued from page 14
  • Date: EVENT calendar date
  • Town indent calendar
  • Half page ad: 7.75×4.5 .jpg or .png preferred
  • Small Rootes ends article
  • Drop caps at the beginning of the articles. Rockwell 2 or 3 lines high
Arial 10pt
Arial 10pt
with region and name following (Rockwell 14 bold)
  • If a continued article is not the top of the page then include this as a delimiter from the article above.