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Adobe Indesign Publishing

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1. Number of points in an inch when using a standard font.

2. F7 key displays this panel

3. Paragraph alignment producing aligned text on both the left and right

4. Page orientation that is wider than it is long.

5. Typographers can test for rivers by turning a proof sheet upside down (top to bottom) to examine the text. From this perspective - the eye is less likely to recognize words and the type can be viewed more readily as an overall pattern.

6. other kind of rollers - finishes - usually old style

7. A letter displayed 2 or 3 lines below the baseline

8. Keyboard shortcut to display the document at 100%

9. The space between lines of text

10. Used to visually express and creatively reinforce the meaning of a word

11. Special formatting style that uses light-colored text on a dark background

12. Maintain proportion of box or content while enlarging or reducing

13. Keyboard shortcut for text frame options

14. Stencil- used in Cloth-Metal Glass

15. Selecting the outport to load the cursor linking text at a different location.

16. Locks text onto consistent horizontal points.

17. The paragraph format in which the first line indents more than the following lines

18. Keyboard shortcut for the rectangle tool

19. Punctuation between a range of numbers. Example: October 14-October 18

20. First they provide unmatched structure and organization - which helps create a predictable rhythm and sense of familiarity to the design

21. More contrast between thick and thins - less oblique stress - bracketed serifs ex: baskerville

22. Cloth like roller that comes across the roller- top of paper - presses lightly

23. Helvetica - humanistic sans optima - Handwriting cursive (letters don't connect) - handwriting script (letters do connect) - decorative (heavy connotations)

24. Pantone matching system 8 colors and black and white - printers can buy particular colors or you can mix them - using idesign you have to load these colors on


26. Adjusting the spacing between words - phrases - and extended blocks of text

27. A symbolic picture-especially one used as part of a writing system for carving messages in stone.

28. A relief printing process - requires an image carrier that is physically raised above non-image area. Books - numbering - embossing - hot leaf stamping - packaging.

29. Various styles of type that fall into larger categories such as roman - gothic - display - script - blackletter - etc

30. Save

31. Material that you use when you "beat up all materials"

32. Gathered signatures are simply sewn straight through - from one side of the book to the other - near the binding fold

33. 'laid lanes' --> pressed---> wire roller kind of like a screen- each company has a water mark

34. Place

35. 2 different kinds of paper - newspring - offset papers

36. Coated by improving its brightness and or printing properties

37. Less contrast between strokes - vertical stress - heavy (sometimes square or slab)

38. Save As

39. Fancy italic serif

40. Quit

41. Defines a paragraph; also called a hard return

42. The arrangement of pages onto plates and printed sheets so they will be in proper sequence once the sheets are printed and folded - Most of the time this involves printing on BOTH sides of a sheet.

43. Left side of the spread

44. Macule - patch - Use of many colors in a publication (most commonly CMYK).

45. Page used to globally affect multiple pages

46. Type is usually measured in _______

47. Text frame option keeping text away from the stroke.

48. Block looking type font used for headlines

49. French e w/ accent mark

50. The vertical space between two baselines of text within a paragraph