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Adobe Indesign Publishing

Subject : it-skills
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1. Less contrast between strokes - vertical stress - heavy (sometimes square or slab)

2. Pages that butt up against each other.

3. Single letter joined together

4. Select All

5. Extension for InDesign files

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

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

8. Type is usually measured in _______

9. Keyboard shortcut to display the entire page

10. Non-process pre-mixed inks

11. Feet symbol when smart quotes are on

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

13. Unit of measurement typically used when measuring lines

14. Page used to globally affect multiple pages

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

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

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

18. New Document

19. Right side of the spread

20. Get info on a file

21. Bullet

22. 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

23. Undo

24. Copy

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

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

27. Paper that acid use for pulp to be removed

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

29. 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

30. The uppercase version of each alphabetic character reduced to the x-height of that typeface.

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

32. A way to save time when formatting entire paragraphs

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

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

35. Degree Symbol

36. Gap between columns

37. Decorative ornament

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

39. 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

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

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

42. Select one item in group

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

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

45. Decrease type size

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

47. The space between lines of text

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

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

50. Increase type size