Questions – “Google what you remember from class”
A. Bleed – Bleeds allow you to run artwork to the edge of a page.
B. CMYK – The CMYK color model is a subtractive color model, used in color printing, and is also used to describe the printing process itself. CMYK refers to the four inks used in some color printing: cyan, magenta, yellow, and key.
C. Color separated copy – The act of decomposing a color graphic or photo into single-color layers.
D. Drop Cap – A large initial letter that drops below the first line of a paragraph, usually used at the beginning of a section or chapter of a book
E. Greeking – In page layout greeking is used to check layout and overall appearance without the distraction of the actual text.
F. Gutter – In desktop publishing, the space between the columns in a multiple-column document.
G. Hanging indent – In word processing, a paragraph that has all lines but the first indented. A hanging indent is also known as a hanging paragraph.
H. Hard Copy – A physical object of data. It is considered hard because it exists physically in the hand, whereas a soft copy exists only electronically.
K. Kerning – In typography, adjust the spacing between (characters) in a piece of text to be printed.
L. Leading – A typographical term that refers to the vertical space between lines of text.
M. Monochrome – (of a photograph or picture, or a television screen) consisting of or displaying images in black and white or in varying tones of only one colour.
O. Orphan – Orphan is the first line of a paragraph that appears as the last line of a page, or the last line of a paragraph that appears as the first line of a page
P. Point (PT) – A point is the smallest whole unit of measure.
R. Readability of text – the quality of written language that makes it easy to read and understand
S. Serif – A small decorative line added as embellishment to the basic form of a character.
Text wrapping – (Text wrap) In text display, line wrap is the feature of continuing on a new line when a line is full, such that each line fits in the viewable window, allowing text to be read from top to bottom without any horizontal scrolling.
Y. Stand First – an introductory paragraph in an article, printed in larger or bolder type or in capitals, which summarizes the article.
Z. Slug – In newspaper editing, a slug is a short name given to an article that is in production.