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The print order is a document that contains the specifications and printing instructions for a journal issue. This document is created and submitted to the printer by the Journal Administrator.
The print order includes:
The print order must be submitted to the printer by the Journal Administrator before any action can be taken on your submitted article files.
It is therefore important that you communicate with the Journal Administrator well in advance of when you plan on submitting files, to avoid any delays.
In order for the Journal Administrator to complete the print order, and therefore before the Journal can submit files to the printer, the Journal will need to make sure that it has sent the following items to the Administrator:
Unless these have been provided to the Journal Administrator, the print order will not be able to be finalized and submitted, and thus any files you submit to the printer will remain in their queue.
Make sure you plan ahead and check in regularly with the Administrator to ensure that everything is in place.
See a sample Print Order for a recent issue of the California Law Review