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Adobe Indesign Publishing

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1. Duplicate

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

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

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

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

6. Are gaps appearing to run down a paragraph of text - due to a coincidental alignment of spaces. They can occur regardless of the spacing settings - but are most noticeable with wide inter-word spaces caused by full text justification or monospaced fo

7. View page in Normal Mode

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

9. French e w/ accent mark

10. Fit picture to window with no distortion

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

12. Measurement of space - equal to the space of a capital "N" - half the size of em space

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

14. Exaggerated stroke on an italicized character

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

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

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

18. 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.

19. 2 different kinds of paper - newspring - offset papers

20. Block looking type font used for headlines

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

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

23. Text character above the line of type

24. The different kinds of paper that can be used

25. Get info on a file

26. 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

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

28. Keyboard shortcut for text frame options

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

30. Decorative ornament

31. Save

32. Center picture in box

33. Inches symbol when smart quotes are on

34. New Document

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

36. die-cutting - embossing - scoring - numbering - thermography - varnishing binding

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

38. Keyboard shortcut to display the document at 100%

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

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

41. Keyboard shortcut to display the entire page

42. Bring to Front

43. 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.

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

45. Feet symbol when smart quotes are on

46. Soft return

47. Right side of the spread

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

49. Nudge 1 point

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