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most common font that works with a printer
basefont
imaginary line in which typetext rests
baseline
format for storing simple graphics often used with paint programs
bitmap
images created in paint programs info is stored as a group of pixels
bitmap images
print that goes to the psynical edge of paper or page
bleeding
design effect created by various shades that go from dark to light
blending
symbols used to draw attention to certain text in a document
bullets
final copy of document or artwork used by commercial printer used to make (x) copies
camera ready
trimming an image to make it fit in a publication or more powerful.
cropping
programs that allows you to manipulate text and graphics to create a variety of documents
d.t.p
small typo graphical ornaments used to accent texts or to decorate designs
dingbats
blending colors to modify colors or produce new ones
dithering
a large, capital letter at the beginning of a newspaper or magazine article
dropcap
a type of graphical unit of measure equal to the width of a capital letter M
EM
a type of graphical unit measure equal to half the letter M, or the letter N
EN
pages in a publication that lie side by side (like an open book)
facing pages
set a predefined graph options with sample data and types of graphics
gallery
a graphics file format used and created by compuserve (used in webpages and mulitmedia)
giff
line, circle, box which has been created or an image that has been imported into a publication
graphic
text that serves as a placeholder until the real text replaces it.
greeking
space between columns in a publication
gutters
a method of producing grayscale art especially in reproducing pictures
halftone
a large phrase appearing at the beginning of a newspaper article
headline
adjusting the horizontal space between characters to improve the look of the text
kerning
page orientation that is wider than tall
landscape
measure of blank space between lines of text
leading
a unique symbol designed to represent a calling card for a person, product, business, or organization
logo
information printed in most periodicals indcluding newspapers listing names of staffmembers
masthead
pages in a publication whose contents appear on every page
masterpages