In the context of printing and publishing, "text" or print text refers to the main body matter of a page or book, excluding headings, titles, or other graphical elements. It encompasses the substantive content intended for the reader's consumption.


Body text


  1. In a novel, the text comprises the paragraphs, dialogue, and descriptions that constitute the storyline.

  2. In a scientific journal article, the text includes the introduction, methodology, results, and discussion sections.

  3. A brochure's text presents information about products, services, or events in a concise and engaging manner.


Clarity and Consistency: Ensure that the text is clear, concise, and consistently formatted throughout the publication. Use a legible font size and style for optimal readability.

Organizational Structure: Organize the text into logical sections or chapters, using headings and subheadings to guide the reader through the content.

Proofreading and Editing: Thoroughly proofread and edit the text for grammar, punctuation, spelling, and factual accuracy to maintain professionalism and credibility.

Visual Enhancements: Incorporate visual elements such as images, graphs, and tables to complement the text and enhance understanding.

Print Quality: Select high-quality paper and printing techniques to ensure that the text is reproduced accurately and legibly, enhancing the overall appearance and durability of the printed work.

To learn more about print text, the various forms of printing, or the print and binding services at American Print and Bindery--contact us today. We're happy to help you put your written work out into the world.