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Publisher Chapter 3 Vocabulary
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Usually a double-sided multipage publication with newspaper features, such as columns and a masthead, and the added eye appeal of sidebars, pictures, and other graphics.
a box or section printed in each issue that list information such as the name, publisher, location, volume, and date
inserting text or objects from any other source into the Publisher workspace
refers to text that is contained within a single text box or a chain of linked text boxes
Linked Text Box
text boxes whose text flows from one to another
short phrase printed at the top of a story, usually in a bigger font that the story; summarizes the story that follows it.
Text in Overflow
an invisible storage location within a publication that holds extra text; text can be moved out of this area by flowing text into a new text box, autofitting text, enlarging the text box, changing text size, changing the margins within the text box, or deleting some of the text in the text box.
add when story flows from one page to another to guide readers through the story
left-hand page of a two-page spread
right-hand page of a two-page spread
a small piece of text, set off with a box or graphic, and placed beside a story; contains text that is not vital for understanding but adds interest or additional information
Table of Contents
a narrow, short list that is used to refer readers to specific pages or to present listed or numeric items in the margin area
an excerpt from the main article used to highlight the concepts within the story or to attract readers
refers to splitting a word that would otherwise extend beyond the right margin
the maximum amount of space Publisher allows between a word and the right margin without hyphenating the word
text that does not fit in a text box
a predefined group of shapes, designed in patterns to create a template style; is consistant across publication types (a bar newsletter template and bar brochure template have same shapes and style).
feature that allows automatic or manual placement of overflow text.
a text box located where a table column and table row intersect.
created when you press the Enter key
Manual Line Break
used when you do not want paragraph spacing but you do want a new line; Shift+Enter
a decorative, large initial capital letter extending down below the other letters in the line.
a decorative, large initial capital letter extend up above the rest of the text in the line.
drag selected items to a new location and then insert, or drop, it there; does not use the Office clipboard
a custom property that helps you find and organize files.
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