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Photoshop Chapter 6

Results in smooth-edge type anti-aliasing
type that rests on an invisible line baseline
amount of space between 2 characters kerning
create waves or curves distort filters
optimizes printed text & graphics postscript
type mathematically defined outline type
inserts a uniform amount of space tracking
this tpye of text has a tail or stroke at the end serif font
text or a layer containing text type
Vertical space between lines of text leading
identical text behind type drop shadow
The vertical distance that type moves from its baseline baseline shift
This controls type properties character palette
This type of text has no tails & is used in headlines sans serif font
Determines the size and physical properties of an object structure
Used to diplay unique characters such as $,+ Symbol fonts
Composed of pixes, and can develop jagged edges when enlarged bitmap type
converts a type layer to an image layer rasterize
The size of each character within a font points
Determines the lighting effects shading
Adjustments made to space type spacing
Also called Outline type, it is mathematically defined, which means that it can be scaled to any size without losing its sharp, smooth edges. Vector fonts
A complete set of characters, letters, and symbols for a particular typeface. Font family
Each character occupies the same amount of space regardless of its width. Monotype spacing
Each character takes up a different amount of space depending on its width. Proportional spacing
A collection of formatting attributes that can be saved and applied to specific characters or an entire paragraph. Style
Setting determines where the shadow falls relative to the text. Angle
Determines how far a shadow falls from the text. This setting is used by the Drop Shadow and Bevel and Emboss styles. Distance
Determines the width of drop shadow text. Spread
Determines the clarity of a drop shadow. Size
Setting that applies no anti-aliasing, and can result in type that has jagged edges. None
This Anti-aliasing mode displays type with the best possible resolution. Sharp
This Anti-aliasing mode gives type more definition and makes type appear sharper. Crisp
This Anti-aliasing mode makes type appear heavier, much like the bold attribute. Strong
This Anti-aliasing mode gives type more rounded edges. Smooth
This Bevel and emboss setting affects the amount of visible dimension. Altitude
Formally called Repoussé, is a tool for turning a 2-dimensional object (like type) into a 3-dimensional object 3D Extrusion
The height of ridges within an object. Relief
Change it's appearance by using different fonts and colors Type faces
Set of characters with similar appearance (size and color) Font
Effects that enhance the appearance of the type or image layer. Layer Styles
Tools that can be used to change the 3D object Widgets
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