a type of graphic in which the image is created using a series of dots.
a temporary storage area in your computer's memory where data that has been cut or copied is stored until it is pasted into a new location
A color system or or model used for printing, that creates colors by blending different levels or cyan, magenta, yellow, and black
to cut or remove portions of an object
to paste an object into a publication without maintaining a connection to the source file
the area inside a shape
a collection of coordinated fonts
a placeholder object used to contain text or graphics
(Graphics Interchange Format) files for use on the World Wide Web that contain up to 256 colors. they are used for cartoons and logos.
color that shades gradually from a dark hue to a light hue
the space between a margin and the binding or between columns
(Joint Photographic Experts Group) this format is used for photographs and other high-color images. it supports millions of colors and can be compressed.