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Author Information > Electronic Submission

Authors are encouraged to submit their figures electronically, either on CD or via Email to the production editor handling the book or journal. Please follow the listed guidelines to ensure your illustrations are reproduced with the highest possible quality.

  • Illustrative charts, tables, diagrams, and photographs should be used to enhance, clarify, or reduce the length of the text. Include as many illustrations (photographs, charts, graphs, and radiographs) as are required to properly illustrate the text. Tables should not be merely a different form of expression of data adequately covered in the text; instead they should be selected and arranged for the sake of clarity and comprehensiveness.
  • Every illustration must be extremely sharp and color balanced. NO blurred images or overexposed or underexposed illustrations will be printed.
  • All figures and all tables will be separately numbered in consecutive series with the chapter number preceding the number of the figure or table, eg, Figure 8-10; Table 2-6; Table 14-5.
  • Tables and legends for illustrations should not be incorporated into the text but typed on separate sheets.
  • PowerPoint images (files) will not be accepted.
  • All images submitted as digital files must be scanned at > 300 dpi and saved in a TIFF or EPS format. Preferred formats: Photoshop (save as TIFF files) and Illustrator (save as EPS files). For electronic line art, scan images at a resolution of at least 1200 dpi and save electronic line art as EPS. For electronic photography, save as TIFF files at a resolution of 300 dpi. TIFF files should be set to the size you want to see the images in the book or journal. TIFF files cannot be resized by the publisher. If you have any questions, please contact our office.