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Business information set
A set of information that includes data such as the name, title, organization name, address, phone and fax numbers, e-mail address, tagline or motto, and logo of an individual or an organization.
Backstage view
A view that replaces the file menu that appeared in previous versions of Office. (In Office 2007, this menu was available from the Microsoft Office Button in the upper-left corner of the ribbon.)
Contextual tab
A tab containing groups of buttons that represent commands for customizing and formatting the selected object.
Design grid
A grid of ruler, grid, or baseline guides used for arranging text boxes, pictures, autoshapes, and drawing objects in a publication.
Gallery
A set of thumbnails that show the effect of each option.
Graphic
Any image—such as a picture, photograph, drawing, illustration, or shape—that can be placed as an object on a page.
Group
A set of buttons on a tab that all relate to the same type of object or task.
Offset printing
A commonly used commercial printing technique in which an image is transferred or “offset” to a rubber roller before it is printed on paper.
Quick Access Toolbar
A toolbar located in the upper-left corner of the program window, which displays the Save, Undo, and Repeat buttons by default but can be customized to include any command.
Ribbon
An area at the top of the Publisher 2010 window where almost all the capabilities of Publisher are available.
TrueType font
A vector font that prints as seen on a computer screen and can be resized without distortion.