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Adobe Indesign Publishing

Subject : it-skills
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1. A process that divides a word - when necessary - at the end of a line with a hypen (-) so part of the word wraps to the next line.

2. The horizontal space between each letter for an entire line or paragraph

3. Select All

4. Keyboard shortcut for the pencil tool

5. 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.

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

7. High contrast between thick and things - vertical stress -unbracketed serifs - vertical look

8. Keyboard shortcut for the eillipse tool

9. Exaggerated stroke on an italicized character

10. Bullet

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

12. F7 key displays this panel

13. A very short line of text (single sentence or phrase) that appears at the end of a paragraph or column

14. Get info on a file

15. Keyboard shortcut for the rectangle tool

16. 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

17. Fancy italic serif

18. Be sure to keep in mind that the choice you make for your project will affect how it the printed piece is perceived.

19. Type is usually measured in _______

20. Unit of measurement typically used when measuring lines

21. A way to save time when formatting entire paragraphs

22. Gap between columns

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

24. This key will hide all panels

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

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

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

28. Non-process pre-mixed inks

29. Page orientation that is longer than it is wide.

30. Center picture in box

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

32. Small strokes at the bottom of the letters that makes for easier reading

33. Bring to Front

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

35. 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.

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

37. Copy

38. This links the signatures together - while permitting the opened book to lay flat.

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

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

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

42. Single letter joined together

43. Heavy - black looking type - some contrast in stroke weight - bracketed serifs - oblique stress

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

45. Ungroup

46. ... (ellipse)

47. Selects the entire paragraph

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

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

50. New Document