The part of a letter that extends above the baseline.
When text flows from one column to another.
The most common font that works with the printer.
The imaginary line on which typed text rests.
Print that goes to the physical edge of a page.
A design effect created by varying shades that go from dark to light.
Symbols used to draw attention to certain text in a document.
The final copy of a document or artwork used by commercial printers to make the plate for printing multiple copies.
A pictorial representation of data used to explain and enhance word processing documents.
Color matching systems
Sets of professionally designed colors that can be modified and used in a presentation.
Trimming an image in order to make it fit in a publication or to make the image more powerful in a publication.
A part of the lowercase letters, such as g, p, and q that extends below the other lowercase letters.
Desktop publishing program
A program that allows you to manipulate text and graphics to create a variety of publication documents.
Small typographical ornaments used to accent text or to decorate designs.
A large capital letter at the beginning of a newspaper or magazine story.
A typographical unit of measure equal to the width of the capital letter M.
A typographical unit of measure to half an em.
Pages in a publication that lie side by side on the computer screen (similar to those of an open book).
(examples) ASCII, CAD, BMP, EPS, JIFF, PC Paintbrush, PIC, TIFF, GIF, JPG, AU, DOC.
Set of predefined graphic options with sample data and types of graphics.
A line, circle, or box which has been created or an image which is imported into a publication.
Text or that which serves as a placeholder until the real text replaces it.
The space between columns in a publication.
A method of producing grayscale art.
A large phrase appearing at the beginning of a newspaper article.
Adjusting the horizontal space between characters in order to inprove the readability or look of the text.
Page orientation (layout) that is wider that tall; horizontal or wide layout.
The measure of blank space between lines of text.
An object that presents a body of text or menu from which one makes a selection.
A unique symbol designed to represent a "calling card" for a person, product, bussiness, or organization.