Copy style is the format determining
how your index tab titles will read-top to bottom, side to side, toward
the binding or away from it.
Since an index's purpose is to signal
the content of each section, it's best to summarize sections in as few
words as possible. In some instances, a picture or drawing may be
the most effective way to make sure the signal is received quickly and
Choose a type style, which is easy
to read and will complement the overall design of your catalog. Proper
type size is just as important as the typeface. Avoid sizes which are too
large and dominate the tab, or too small and seem to "float." We
recommend you allow us to select the type style for your indexes.
We'll select the best looking and most visible style that the size of your
tab dictates. We will also try to match any type style you request.