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markup

[′märk‚əp]
(computer science)
The process of adding information (tags) to an electronic document that are not part of the content but describe its structure or elements.

markup

(text)
In computerised document preparation, a method of adding information to the text indicating the logical components of a document, or instructions for layout of the text on the page or other information which can be interpreted by some automatic system.

For example, the source of this dictionary is marked up by enclosing cross-references in curly braces which are significant to the World-Wide Web server software.
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Applying a markup percent may also lead to a false sense of confidence that the prices will lead to profitability: If that percent is chosen arbitrarily without the user thoroughly understanding the breakeven dynamics of the business, it can have the opposite effect and undermine profitability.
Valdes said, "SCCU has never engaged in rate markups, and our goal is to save members $30 million in rate markups this year.
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Regardless of your decision, high-quality broker-dealer partnerships are important, and here's why: A firm must create enough purchasing power to buy and sell bonds with minimal markups and markdowns.
Property owners who understand that winter rack prices rise disproportionately can comparison shop and try to negotiate lower markups.
With those numbers in hand, the minimum markup for a small to medium-sized contractor is 50%.
A manufacturer's inability to limit markups, she wrote, actually can harm consumers by leading to higher prices and to monopoly behavior by dealers who serve exclusive territories.
0, with advanced PDF editing, markup and creation functionality.
Bluebeam's Tablet PC compatibility allows Tablet PC users at job sites to add high quality markups and comments to designs, specifications and other documents on their tablets and email them to clients and project team members quickly and easily," said Richard Lee, President and CEO of Bluebeam Software.
7 features a new Markup Matrix Simulator, which allows hospitals to develop, modify and apply a single markup strategy to different high-cost departments, and revenue and/or charge codes.
Markups can be "burned-in" to CSF files, and a new Block-out function (redaction) allows users to hide specific file content from view, text search, and print.
Through our Enterprise Engineer technology partnership with McLaren Software, our integration of Brava Enterprise with Enterprise Engineer provides a comprehensive engineering document flow, management, viewing and markup solution for EMC content management customers," said Ron Loback, vice president of sales at IGC.