RULE §91.23 How to File Miscellaneous Graphics

Published: 2015

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(a) If a miscellaneous document has an associated graphic as defined in §91.2 of this title (relating to Definitions), name the graphic file as follows: "date of submission"_"Texas Register agency code"-x."file extension." Example: 0310_004-1.pdf denotes the first graphic file submitted on March 10 by the Secretary of State. (b) Use e-mail or file transfer protocol (ftp) to submit it to the Texas Register. (c) Mark on the submission form that the miscellaneous document has an associated graphic. Indicate the name of the graphic file and whether it was submitted via e-mail or ftp. (d) We accept only the following formats for graphic files:   (1) Word documents (.doc extension);   (2) Word Perfect documents (.wpd extension);   (3) Hypertext Markup Language (.htm or .html extension);   (4) image files (.gif, .tif, .jpg, and .bmp extensions); and   (5) Adobe Acrobat files (.pdf extension). (e) Do not use the tab function in Word or Word Perfect to create tables. (f) If we are unable to use the electronic file for any reason, we will require you to supply hard copy of the graphic.

Source Note: The provisions of this §91.23 adopted to be effective March 23, 2003, 28 TexReg 2303