The list of useful tips includes, how to fold the paper, the numbering of the pages, the use of ruled paper with the lines wide apart and also advises the author to write plainly.
A hundred years on, some of the advice is still relevant in submitting our MS. But, with the correct software, many of the annoyances as they were referred to in the book have been eradicated. It makes me wonder, what will authors have at their fingertips in another hundred years?
Book referred to : The Woman's Book by Florence Jack Printed 1911. 734 Pages and by The History Press in 2006. 215 Pages.
The fantastic software I use is available