- used or intended for setting type.
Origin of typesetting
- to set (textual matter) in type.
- (of written, textual matter) set in type.
Origin of typeset
First recorded in 1865–70; back formation from typesetter
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Examples from the Web for typesetting
Suddenly you can hold forth about leading and kerning and other esoteric aspects of typesetting.Instagram App Deepens Class Warfare Between Apple and Android Smartphones
April 6, 2012
In typesetting, the rule is first placed in the stick, and the type then placed against it.The Boy Craftsman
A. Neely Hall
Typesetting on this book was poor, especially with respect to punctuation.
For authors or editors a knowledge of typesetting is very valuable.From Paper-mill to Pressroom
William Bond Wheelwright
Typesetting errors have been corrected and marked like this.
The best thing is to forget it, but I'll make good your typesetting loss.Ye of Little Faith
Roger Phillips Graham
- (tr) printing to set (textual matter) in type