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Galley

Before desktop publishing, copy was set on a typesetter and galleys of type would be output on an imagesetter to be proofread. The galleys were long strips of type set in the column width that would eventually be keylined. Today in production, text could be set in a word processor program and output on a laser printer to be proofread. The laser output could also be called a galley proof.

 


 

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