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There is russian book Reference book of editor and author which is well-known and considered the best comprehensive guide to typography and writing of text in russian (formatting, margins, font sizes and so on). You can get the idea if you peek my link (even everything is in Russian).

closed as off-topic by doncherry, Martin Schröder, Guido, ChrisS, Svend Tveskæg Apr 24 '14 at 10:51

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    Voting to close as off-topic since there’s no direct connection to TeX & Co. I recommend to migrate this question to Graphic Design. – doncherry Apr 24 '14 at 10:26
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    Hello? How it is related to graphics design? Is there any community connected closely to typography than TeX? – Nik Apr 24 '14 at 10:34
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    @doncherry But the only reason I am here is that I am seriously concerned how I should do things in my LaTex – Nik Apr 24 '14 at 10:53
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    @dig You could ask: a) In book xyz on typography I read that I should do X. How do I do that with LaTeX? or b) What’s a good guide on how to implement American typography in LaTeX? (This one might’ve been asked already.) It’s just that typography in general isn’t particular to LaTeX, just like questions about academic practice in general (How to cite according to style xyz?) are off-topic here, unless they have a overt connection to LaTeX (How to implement citation style xyz in LaTeX? Or better: I can’t get this detail about citation style xyz to work, how do I do that?). – doncherry Apr 24 '14 at 11:59
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    @doncherry I hope you feel yourself proud defending virginity of this board. And I still have no answers on graphics board (obviously because designers draw in Photoshop and don't prepare texts for printing). – Nik Apr 25 '14 at 13:26