Flatplan

The flatplan is a page plan of a publication that shows how the articles and adverts are laid out. ==The flatplanning process== A flatplan shows where all articles and adverts are laid out, and in what order. It allows complete control of the publication production process avoiding confusion. Without a flatplan, the production director and adverti...
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flatplan

Traditionally a sheet of paper showing the proposed layout of items such as stories and adverts on a newspaper or magazine page or double spread. Increasingly, these are laid out on computer screens using special flatplan software.
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Flatplan

A page plan that shows where the articles and adverts are laid out.
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flatplan

Traditionally a sheet of paper showing the proposed layout of items such as stories and adverts on a newspaper or magazine page or double spread. Increasingly, these are laid out on computer screens using special flatplan software.
Found on http://www.thenewsmanual.net/Resources/glossary.html
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