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Adobe Indesign Publishing

Subject : it-skills
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1. Flat surface- used in most publications - least expensive

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

3. Flexography Raised Surface-- Fine Print Books - Antique look

4. A form of specific color - such as the Pantone Matching System.

5. Arrows drawn on a force diagram to represent location of a force - magnitude of a force - and direction of a force. - created by something that points in a specific direction - such as an arrow - a one-way street sign - or somebody looking or pointin

6. Center picture in box

7. Lowered surface- used for art engraving and etching - long-run magazines - photobooks - engraved invitations

8. Quit

9. Selects an entire word

10. Roman (upright - all uppercase letters) - irish unicial (beginning of lowercase) - aezim (decorative german and english)

11. Duplicate

12. Animal skin based paper

13. Locks text onto consistent horizontal points.

14. Long wire belt that pulp material is poured into and events out the pulp. In paper - you always want to know the direction the grain is running

15. A plate makes an inked impression on a rubber-blanketed cylinder - which in turn transfers it to the paper

16. Used instead of the tab key to indent the first line of a paragraph

17. Keyboard shortcut for the rectangle frame tool

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

19. A line the width of a capital M in whichever font is being used; used to indicate a break in thought

20. Keyboard shortcut for the pencil tool

21. Process color choices

22. Rolled onto hot metal rollers that flatten in it

23. Degree Symbol

24. A space that is a width of a capital N in whichever font is being used; is used to connect ranges of numbers - dates - and letters.

25. Fit picture to window with no distortion

26. 2 different kinds of paper - newspring - offset papers

27. The height of the lowercase letter x. It is also the height of the body of lowercase letters in a font - excluding the ascenders and descenders. Some lower-case letters that do not have ascenders or descenders still extend a little bit above or below

28. Soft return

29. Uses a series of cards to identify specific colors.

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

31. A printing process in which images are transferred from plates that have recessed areas. Also called intaglio printing. Indented - fine approach- done for magazines in huge factories a lot of money

32. Used when two words should not be separated as: Dr. Jones

33. Look or feel of the top of the paper - matches wire

34. Select All

35. Save

36. Keyboard shortcut for the text tool

37. Extension for InDesign files

38. A technique that allows text to flow around a graphic image

39. F7 key displays this panel

40. This key will hide all panels

41. Very thick - very hard paper that are used for signs and displays

42. A letter that is 3 or 4 points larger than the rest of the text

43. Job - collection of data and materials - analysis - audience - form & function - creative design - thumbnail - rough - comprehensive - production - proofing - correction - detail and fine tuning - final proof - printing - post- production (covers/ st

44. French e w/ accent mark

45. Keyboard shortcut to display the document at 100%

46. Fancy italic serif

47. Typically the .125 edge that is trimmed off after printing

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

49. 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

50. A vector created by lines or by stationary elements arranged in a way as to suggest a line