20 terms

Visual Design 3.04


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Character Style
Set formatting such as font, size, bold, italics and color, etc. and apply in one step 3.04
A vertical division of a page or text 3.04
Direct Selection Tool
Lets you select contents within the frame, identified by orange frame, use to move object within blue frame 3.04
Drop Cap
The first letter of a paragraph that is larger in size than the rest that follow 3.04
Facing Pages
Pages in a document that appear on opposite sides of a book or magazine, also called a spread 3.04
Used as a placeholder for graphics or text to be added later 3.04
Free Transform Tool
Can rotate, scale or shear an object around fixed point 3.04
The space between columns of text 3.04
An alphabetical list of names, subjects, etc., with references to the places where they occur, typically found at the end of a book 3.04
Involving the actions or input of a user 3.04
Interactive PDF
Preserves the interactivity features such as hyperlinks, bookmarks, media clips, and buttons 3.04
The part of the page that is above, below, and to the sides of a text 3.04
Master Page
A pre-determined layout that is set up beforehand and can be applied to any page in a document 3.04
Paragraph Style
Includes paragraph formatting such as indents, bullets, and alignment as well as the character formatting options 3.04
The primary method used to insert graphics into InDesign 3.04
Placeholder Text
Randomly generated words used to fill a defined space of a layout to give an impression of how the overall design will fit together. 3.04
Selection Tool
Lets you select the entire object, identified by blue frame 3.04
Table of Contents
A list of titles of the parts of a book or document, organized in the order in which the parts appear along with the page numbers 3.04
Text Frame
Contains text, can be moved and resized; text can be connected between text frames 3.04
Text Wrapping
A feature supported by many page layout programs that enables you to surround a picture or diagram with text 3.04