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1. (WO1993018635) TEXTE DISPOSE EN COLONNES PERMETTANT DES LECTURES RAPIDE ET ULTRA-RAPIDE
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CLAIMS
1. Production method of texts using the Column Writing by which words are printed on produced in parallel to each other lines, which texts are produced by any form of installation, characterised by the fact that any "set of printing elements" by which a word printed or produced is arranged into a different line, (Fig. a, Fig. b) therefore the produced text has only one word per line (Fig. a', Fig. 'b').
2. Method of text production using the method of Column Writing according to the above claim 1, characterised by the fact that the "sets of printing elements" by which the successive words of the printed text are produced by arranging the "sets of printing elements" of the next word under the "sets of printing elements" of the previous one in such a way, so that the produced text consists by columns of words, which are read from top to bottom of the column. (Fig. .a', Fig. .b')
3. Method of text production using the method of Column Writing according to the above claims 1 and 2, characterised by the fact that the above mentioned "sets of printing elements" are arranged on the successive lines in such a way, so that the first and the last character of each word are symmetrical with respect to a single symmetry axis for every column, while this axis is vertical to the d rection of the length of the word. (Fig. .a, Fig. .b)
4. Method of text production using the method of Column Writing according to the above claims 1 - 3, charac-terised by the fact that the characters of some sets of printing elements by which selective words of the text are produced by different ink colour or different background or different fonts in order to achieve selective and quick reading of the text. This differentiation of words of the text can be applied to any form of text. (Figures b' and c).
5. Method of text production using the method of Column Writing according to the above claims 1, 2, 3 and 4, as described in the technical description and the attached drawi gs.

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