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Adobe Indesign Publishing

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

2. Increase type size

3. 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

4. Keyboard shortcut for the pencil tool

5. Non-process pre-mixed inks

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

7. Center picture in box

8. Extension for InDesign files

9. Inches symbol when smart quotes are on

10. Area outside of the document displaying job numbers - dates - colors used - etc.

11. Declarations that describe the layout and appearance of a document.

12. Punctuation used here. Example: RSVP--By October 1

13. 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.

14. 2 different kinds of paper - newspring - offset papers

15. Block looking type font used for headlines

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

17. Animal skin based paper

18. Paper that acid use for pulp to be removed

19. Copy

20. dandy roller influences circumtext of the paper "grid look"

21. French e w/ accent mark

22. Quit

23. 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.

24. The space between lines of text

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

26. A way to save time when formatting entire paragraphs

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

28. Is proportional to the point size of each particular typeface and is roughly equivalent to the width of the letter "M" of each typeface

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

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

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

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

33. Decrease type size

34. Undo

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

36. Bring to Front

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

38. Keyboard shortcut for the text tool

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

40. Soft return

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

42. ... (ellipse)

43. Defines a paragraph; also called a hard return

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

45. Selects the entire story

46. Gap between columns

47. Bookbinding by sewing thread through the backfold of a signature and from signature to

48. Clay or starch like material - smoother - resistant to water - added to the pulp

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

50. Selects an entire word