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Desktop II CHS Advanced Layout & Design
Column
Footer
Form
Header
one of two or more vertical sections of typed lines lying sid…
repetitive text that appears at the bottom of all pages in a…
a doucment that usually contains blank spaces for answers or…
text and/or graphics appearing at the top of each page in a d…
Column
one of two or more vertical sections of typed lines lying sid…
Footer
repetitive text that appears at the bottom of all pages in a…
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Unit 5: Layout and Design (Introduction to Desktop Publishing)
Principles of Design
Elements of Design
Desktop Publishing
Graphic Communications
An impression of steadiness created by pacing all the element…
The fundamental elements used by the graphic designer. Elemen…
A computerized system commonly used in the graphic communicat…
A general term for the exchange of information in a visual fo…
Principles of Design
An impression of steadiness created by pacing all the element…
Elements of Design
The fundamental elements used by the graphic designer. Elemen…
desktop chapter 4
financial functions
pmt function
principal
interest
Excel functions used to analyze loans, investments, and busin…
The financial function that calculates the payment schedule r…
The amount of money being loaned.
The amount added to the principal by the lender.
financial functions
Excel functions used to analyze loans, investments, and busin…
pmt function
The financial function that calculates the payment schedule r…
5 terms
Chapter 7 Design and Layout
graphic designer
Serif
Kerning
leading
Chooses the correct graphics, image and type for customer
Fonts that have a little tip on the end of the stroke
Adjusting space between letters
Adjusting space between lines of type
graphic designer
Chooses the correct graphics, image and type for customer
Serif
Fonts that have a little tip on the end of the stroke
47 terms
Desktop Operating Systems Chapter 9
Command Line Interface (CLI)
MS-DOS
Command Prompt
Power Shell
A user interface that includes a character-based command line…
Is a complete CLI operating systems, with little or not secur…
A CLI utility within an operating system that is under the se…
A Windows CLI scripting environment for advanced users and ad…
Command Line Interface (CLI)
A user interface that includes a character-based command line…
MS-DOS
Is a complete CLI operating systems, with little or not secur…
17 terms
Chapter 9: Layout strategies
Office layout
Retail layout
Servicescape
Warehouse layout
the grouping of workers, their equipment, and spaces/offices…
an approach that addresses flow, allocates space, and respond…
the physical surroundings in which a service takes place and…
a design that attempts to minimize total cost by addressing t…
Office layout
the grouping of workers, their equipment, and spaces/offices…
Retail layout
an approach that addresses flow, allocates space, and respond…
29 terms
Graphic Communications Chapter 5 Design and Layout
Design
Elements of design
Lines
Shapes
The application of proper methods to produce a product that i…
Lines, shapes, mass, texture, and color
Design elements that form the shapes of an image.
Elementary forms that define specific areas of space.`
Design
The application of proper methods to produce a product that i…
Elements of design
Lines, shapes, mass, texture, and color
chapter 3 Desktop
If you want to change the color of gui…
once you determine the BLANK for a lay…
the Transform panel has BLANK referenc…
the location of guides that you create…
a menu command
page size
9
modified
If you want to change the color of gui…
a menu command
once you determine the BLANK for a lay…
page size
41 terms
Desktop Publishing Chapter 7
When you click an unselected path segm…
Explain briefly why you would add an a…
Briefly explain what it means to "brea…
To reconnect to an open path, which to…
hollow
Adding anchor points gives you more control in shaping the pa…
Feedback... Breaking direction lines allows you to manipulate a…
Feedback... Pen tool
When you click an unselected path segm…
hollow
Explain briefly why you would add an a…
Adding anchor points gives you more control in shaping the pa…
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Chapter 7: Layout
Basic Layouts
Layout Definition
Objectives
Process Layouts
- Process... - Product... - Service... - Designing Product
Physical configuration of productive resources
- Achieve strategic goals (efficiency v. flexibility)... - Utili…
Group similar activities together according to process or fun…
Basic Layouts
- Process... - Product... - Service... - Designing Product
Layout Definition
Physical configuration of productive resources
Desktop chapter 5
In InDesign, you create gradients by c…
When BLANK and BLANK swatches, you can…
When you select text with the Type too…
The Apply Gradient button on the Tools…
New Gradient Swatch
dragging and dropping
formatting affects container button
white to black
In InDesign, you create gradients by c…
New Gradient Swatch
When BLANK and BLANK swatches, you can…
dragging and dropping
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Chapter 9 Layout Strategies
A) the Happy Meal
B) develop an effective and efficient…
E) product oriented
C) job shop
2) Which of the following is NOT one of McDonald's "seven maj…
3) The objective of layout strategy is to:... A) minimize cost.…
2) The ________ layout's main objective is to equalize the ta…
3) A hospital's layout most closely resembles which of the fo…
A) the Happy Meal
2) Which of the following is NOT one of McDonald's "seven maj…
B) develop an effective and efficient…
3) The objective of layout strategy is to:... A) minimize cost.…
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Chapter 15 Layout
NORMAL FLOW... position: static;
RELATIVE POSITIONING... position:relative
ABSOLUTE POSITIONING... position:absolute
FIXED POSITIONING
Every block-level element appears on a new line, causing each…
This moves an element from the position it would be in normal…
This positions the element in relation to its containing elem…
This is a form of absolute positioning that positions the ele…
NORMAL FLOW... position: static;
Every block-level element appears on a new line, causing each…
RELATIVE POSITIONING... position:relative
This moves an element from the position it would be in normal…
28 terms
Chapter 5 Design and Layout
design
elements of design
lines
shapes
the application of proper methods to produce a product that i…
lines, shapes, mass, texture, and color
design elements that form the shapes of an image
elementary forms that define specific areas of space
design
the application of proper methods to produce a product that i…
elements of design
lines, shapes, mass, texture, and color
13 terms
Chapter 6 - Layout
Fixed - Position
Cellular Production
Line Balancing
Cycle Time
Layout in which the product or project remains stationary, an…
Layout in which workstations are grouped into a cell that can…
The process of assigning tasks to workstations in such a way…
The maximum time allowed at each workstation to complete its…
Fixed - Position
Layout in which the product or project remains stationary, an…
Cellular Production
Layout in which workstations are grouped into a cell that can…
40 terms
Desktop Operating Systems Chapter 8
Linux
GNU
Linus Torvalds
Open-source Software
An open source operating system based on UNIX.
An organization created by interested people in 1984, to deve…
Wanted to create an open source version of MINIX, a UNIX-like…
Software distributed with all its source code
Linux
An open source operating system based on UNIX.
GNU
An organization created by interested people in 1984, to deve…
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ITE Chapter 6 Windows Desktop
Graphical User Interface (GUI)
Theme
Aero
Shake
A style of OS interface that uses pictures and icons to locat…
A grouping of like-customized features of Windows that can al…
The default theme for Windows Vista and Windows 7 that has sp…
A Windows 7 Aero feature that allows you to quickly minimize…
Graphical User Interface (GUI)
A style of OS interface that uses pictures and icons to locat…
Theme
A grouping of like-customized features of Windows that can al…
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ITE Chapter 6a Windows Desktop
Graphical User Interface (GUI)
Theme
Aero
Shake
A style of OS interface that uses pictures and icons to locat…
A grouping of like-customized features of Windows that can al…
The default theme for Windows Vista and Windows 7 that has sp…
A Windows 7 Aero feature that allows you to quickly minimize…
Graphical User Interface (GUI)
A style of OS interface that uses pictures and icons to locat…
Theme
A grouping of like-customized features of Windows that can al…
35 terms
Chapter 12 - Newspaper Layout and Design
alley
balance
border
broadsheet
see internal margin
in design, refers to the weight of the page appearing even
line of frame that surrounds elements in design
full-size newspaper, often measuring 14 X 21 inches
alley
see internal margin
balance
in design, refers to the weight of the page appearing even
52 terms
Desktop Operating Systems Chapter 4
Windows 32 bit minimum processor
Windows 32 bit minimum system memory
Windows 32 bit minimum HDD
Windows 64bit minimum processor
1 GHz
1 GB
16 GB
1 GHz
Windows 32 bit minimum processor
1 GHz
Windows 32 bit minimum system memory
1 GB
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ITE Chapter 6b Windows Desktop
Task Manager
Windows Explorer \ Computer
Search Box
Library
A Windows feature that allows you to view information on how…
A graphical way to view and navigate the folders and files of…
A feature of Windows Explorer that allows you to locate speci…
A feature of Windows that allows you to organize files from m…
Task Manager
A Windows feature that allows you to view information on how…
Windows Explorer \ Computer
A graphical way to view and navigate the folders and files of…
20 terms
Chapter 7 Desktop
false
false
false
false
A mast head typically includes a newsletter's volume and issu…
The table of contents is usually located on the back page of…
A kicker is generally set in a smaller font size than the bod…
You are limited to one chain of linked text boxes per document.
false
A mast head typically includes a newsletter's volume and issu…
false
The table of contents is usually located on the back page of…
Chapter 3 Desktop Virtualization
Application virtualization (86)
Augmented reality (AR) (86)
Avatar
Desktop virtualization
Virtualization of an application whereby a user connects to a…
Similar to virtual reality, but AR involves viewing something…
...
...
Application virtualization (86)
Virtualization of an application whereby a user connects to a…
Augmented reality (AR) (86)
Similar to virtual reality, but AR involves viewing something…
Desktop Publishing Chapter 4
Graphics
Bitmap
Resolution
Pixels
A broad term that describes anything on a page that is not text
A type of image created using pixels
The number of pixels in an image
A data representation of a specific color at a specific locat…
Graphics
A broad term that describes anything on a page that is not text
Bitmap
A type of image created using pixels
Chapter 12 Desktop Publishing
desktop publishing(DTP)
graphic
WordArt
text box
closely related to word processing
drawn picture, photo, or chart
a decorative text gallery that has several predesigned font c…
a container for text or graphics
desktop publishing(DTP)
closely related to word processing
graphic
drawn picture, photo, or chart
68 terms
Desktop OS Chapter 2
Cybercrime
Malware
Vectors
Trojan Horse
Illegal Activity performed using computer technology
Malicious Software. Ex. Virus, Worms, Trojans Horses, or Worms
Method that malware uses to infect a computer.... Social Network…
Both a malware and vector. Gains access to computers by appea…
Cybercrime
Illegal Activity performed using computer technology
Malware
Malicious Software. Ex. Virus, Worms, Trojans Horses, or Worms
8 terms
Desktop Publishing Chapter 3
header
footer
placeholder
soft page break
text that appears at the top of every page
text that appears at the bottom of every page
an area of a page that is reserved for an object, an image, o…
a page break inserted automatically in an electronic document
header
text that appears at the top of every page
footer
text that appears at the bottom of every page
21 terms
Desktop Publishing Chapter 2
typeface
baseline
x-height
cap height
(font) a set of characters with a common design and shape
an imaginary horizontal line upon which characters rest
height of the lowercase x of a font
the distance between the baseline and the top of capitol lett…
typeface
(font) a set of characters with a common design and shape
baseline
an imaginary horizontal line upon which characters rest
CHAPTER 1 DESKTOP PUBLISHING
workspace
pasteboard
docking
rulers
arrangement of windows and panels that you see on your monitor
the area surrounding the document provides space for extendin…
to connect the bottom edge of one panel to the top edge of an…
measurement utilities positioned at the top and left side of…
workspace
arrangement of windows and panels that you see on your monitor
pasteboard
the area surrounding the document provides space for extendin…
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desktop publishing chapter 6
change default document settings
text frame options
duplicate by dragging
duplicate by dragging when other selec…
cmd opt P
cmd b
opt drag
cmd opt drag
change default document settings
cmd opt P
text frame options
cmd b
Desktop Publishing - Chapter 8
Typography
Font
Typeface
Baseline
The study of all elements of type including the shape, size,…
Originally included typeface, style, and size, but the term i…
The design for the letters, numbers, and symbols that make up…
The line on which type "sits"
Typography
The study of all elements of type including the shape, size,…
Font
Originally included typeface, style, and size, but the term i…
Desktop Publishing Chapter 6
Grid
Rule of Thirds
Golden Ratio
Fibonacci sequence
The division of a page into a design on which text, figures,…
States that a page (or image that is designed in thirds is mo…
A number (phi). The approximate result is derived by dividing…
A series of numbers beginning with 1. Each number in the seri…
Grid
The division of a page into a design on which text, figures,…
Rule of Thirds
States that a page (or image that is designed in thirds is mo…
Chapter 14 Desktop Publishing
Connected text boxes
Desktop publishing
Guides
Layout guides
Text boxes that are linked to each other so text can flow int…
The process of combining text and graphics into one file.
Colored lines on the publication page that indicate margins a…
Blue lines on the publication page that indicate margins and…
Connected text boxes
Text boxes that are linked to each other so text can flow int…
Desktop publishing
The process of combining text and graphics into one file.
Chapter 14 Desktop Publishing
Connected text boxes
Desktop publishing
Guides
Layout guides
Text boxes that are linked to each other so text can flow int…
The process of combining text and graphics into one file.
Colored lines on the publication page used to precisely arran…
Blue lines on the publication page that indicate margins and…
Connected text boxes
Text boxes that are linked to each other so text can flow int…
Desktop publishing
The process of combining text and graphics into one file.
16 terms
Chapter 14 Desktop Publishing
Connected text boxes
Desktop publishing
Guides
Layout guides
Text boxes that are linked to each other so text can flow int…
The process of combining text and graphics into one file.
Colored lines on the publication page used to precisely arran…
Blue lines on the publication page that indicate margins and…
Connected text boxes
Text boxes that are linked to each other so text can flow int…
Desktop publishing
The process of combining text and graphics into one file.
24 terms
Desktop Publishing Chapter 1
desktop publishing
thumbnail sketch
focus
white space
using specific desktop publishing software or high-end word p…
a miniature draft of the document you are attempting to creat…
an element that draws the reader's attention
background space with no text or graphics
desktop publishing
using specific desktop publishing software or high-end word p…
thumbnail sketch
a miniature draft of the document you are attempting to creat…
Desktop Publishing -Chapter 2
Orientation
Portrait
Landscape
Facing Pages
The vertical or horizontal position in which a page is printed
A page design in which the shortest side is the top of the page
A page design in which the longest side is the top of the page
A DTP term indication that there are right and left sides
Orientation
The vertical or horizontal position in which a page is printed
Portrait
A page design in which the shortest side is the top of the page
23 terms
Chapter 10: Facility Layout
Process layouts
Product layouts
Hybrid layouts
Group technology (GT) or cell layouts
Layouts that group resources based on similar processes or fu…
Layouts that arrange resources in sequence to allow for an ef…
Layouts that combine characteristics of process and product l…
Hybrid layouts that create groups of products based on simila…
Process layouts
Layouts that group resources based on similar processes or fu…
Product layouts
Layouts that arrange resources in sequence to allow for an ef…
Chapter 9 - Layout Strategies
Office layout
Retail layout
Slotting fees
Servicescape
...
...
...
...
Office layout
...
Retail layout
...
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chapter 4: layout sins
sin no. 1
sin no. 2
sin no. 3
sin no. 4
centering everything
warped photos: over/under sizing pictures ... naked photos: phot…
too many fonts
bulky borders & boxes
sin no. 1
centering everything
sin no. 2
warped photos: over/under sizing pictures ... naked photos: phot…
Chapter 12 Imposition and Layout
A tick Mark
Work-and-Tumble Imposition
Folio
PDF
The v-shaped notch in the lead edge of a flat
The top and bottom edges of the sheet become gripper edges an…
The page number of the signature
Files that are platform and media independent
A tick Mark
The v-shaped notch in the lead edge of a flat
Work-and-Tumble Imposition
The top and bottom edges of the sheet become gripper edges an…
6 terms
Chapter 7 Layout/Proportion
Layouts are balancing acts in two sens…
Layout Design Principle 1...
Layout Design Principle 2...
Layout Design Principle 3...
1) Aesthetic Appeal (visual appeal)... 2) Clearly communicates t…
Size & Proportion - A layout is organized based on size relat…
Visual Rhythm - based on repetition of shapes, values color a…
Grid Layout - A grid is an invisible structure underlying the…
Layouts are balancing acts in two sens…
1) Aesthetic Appeal (visual appeal)... 2) Clearly communicates t…
Layout Design Principle 1...
Size & Proportion - A layout is organized based on size relat…
26 terms
Chapter 10 Facility Layout
Layout planning
Intermittent processing systems
Repetitive processing
Process Layouts
Deciding on the best physical arrangement of all resources th…
Systems used to produce low volumes of many different products.
Systems used to produce high volumes of a few standardized pr…
Layouts that group resources based on similar processes or fu…
Layout planning
Deciding on the best physical arrangement of all resources th…
Intermittent processing systems
Systems used to produce low volumes of many different products.
Chapter 9- Layout Strategies
Objective of layout strategy
Types of layouts
Office layout
Retail layout
Develop an effective and efficient layout that will meet the…
office layout, retail layout, warehouse layout, fixed-positio…
grouping of workers, their equipment, and spaces/offices to p…
Approach that addresses flow, allocates space, and responds t…
Objective of layout strategy
Develop an effective and efficient layout that will meet the…
Types of layouts
office layout, retail layout, warehouse layout, fixed-positio…
Chapter 10 - Layout Planning and Types of Layouts
Layout Planning
Intermittent processing systems
Repetitive processing systems
Process Layouts
deciding on the best physical arrangement of all resources th…
systems used to produce low volumes of many different products
systems used to produce high volumes of a few standardized pr…
layouts that group resources based on similar processes or fu…
Layout Planning
deciding on the best physical arrangement of all resources th…
Intermittent processing systems
systems used to produce low volumes of many different products
20 terms
Chapter 5 Equipment Layout
1. Access To raw materials (Layout)
2. Flow within a functional area(Layout)
3. Flow Between functional areas(design)
4. Access To Utensils And equipment
Parking Areas= if there is a cart/place it so it is not in th…
CHART PROGRESS in the production of food ... -Items come from CO…
Each part of a foodservice operation is closely related to th…
For instance, all food preparation and service area should ha…
1. Access To raw materials (Layout)
Parking Areas= if there is a cart/place it so it is not in th…
2. Flow within a functional area(Layout)
CHART PROGRESS in the production of food ... -Items come from CO…
13 terms
Word Chapter 8 - Desktop Publishing
Boarder
Clip-art
Desktop Publishing (DTP)
entrepreneur
Printed line around cells in a table or around graphic object…
Ready-made drawings and photography that can be inserted or c…
Using a personal computer to produce high-quality printed doc…
Person who organizes and manages a business, risking the mone…
Boarder
Printed line around cells in a table or around graphic object…
Clip-art
Ready-made drawings and photography that can be inserted or c…
21 terms
Chapter 8 Facility Layout
Facility Layout
Facility Layout Inputs
Workcenter (job-shop or functional lay…
Assembly Line (flow-shop layout)
The process of determining placement of departments, workgrou…
1. Specification of the objectives used to evaluate the desig…
similar equipment are grouped together
Work processes are arranged according to the steps by which t…
Facility Layout
The process of determining placement of departments, workgrou…
Facility Layout Inputs
1. Specification of the objectives used to evaluate the desig…
14 terms
Chapter 9 Layout Strategies
Importance
Types of Layout Strategies
Office layout
Retail
develop and efficient layout that will meet firm's competitiv…
1. Office layout: provide for movement of information... 2. Reta…
Movement of information is main distinction... Make sure people…
Expose customer to high-margin items... Strategies:... 1) put high…
Importance
develop and efficient layout that will meet firm's competitiv…
Types of Layout Strategies
1. Office layout: provide for movement of information... 2. Reta…
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