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Copyright Laws laws designed to protect intellectual property rights and provide potential monetary rewards for inventiveness and hard work
Fair Use a section of the US copyright law that allows the use of copyrighted work in reporting new, conducting research, and teaching
Freeware software that is provided without charging
Public Domian property rights that belong to the community at large, are unprotected by copyright or patent, and are subject to use by anyone
Royalty Free prepared material that can be used legally, without paying a fee to the artist, publishing company, etc; some royalty-free materials is available at no cost, however, most material must be purchased
Shareware copyrighted software that is available free of charge on a trial basis
Trademark a name, symbol, or other device identifying a product; it is officially registered with the US government and its legally restricted to its owner
Baseline an imaginary horizontal line along which the base of a letter sets
Bold font style that makes character appear darker than the surrounding text
Font a family of alphabetic characters, numbers, punctuation marks and other symbols that share a consistent design; often used synonymous with typeface
Font Style the appearance of type
indent a feature that sets a temporary left, right, or left and right margin for paragraph text
italics printed in or using characters that slope to the right
Decorative font typefaces designed to attract attention; used in limited situations, mostly in large sizes for headlines or titles
Drop Cap the first letter in a sotry that is enlarged and lowered so that the top of the letter is even with the first line or text and the base of the letter drops next to the rest of the paragraph
Small Cap smaller uppercase letters that are about the same height as lowercase letters
tracking adjusting the spacing between words, phrases, and extended blocks of text
commercial photographer a career that involves taking pictures of subjects such as people, buildings or merchandise to be used in a variety of media
leading the space between lines of the text
PDF (Portable Document Format) an extension for Abode Acrobat reader files
Desktop Publishing a career that involves designing and creating the graphics that accompanies text as well as page layouts
Graphic desinger a career that involves designing or creating graphics to meet specific commercial or promotional needs
Letterhead the area on a sheet of stationary where the name, address and other information is printed
Photographer a person who takes photographs, wither as a hobby or a profgession
Videographer a career involved in the production of video material
website developer a career that involves designing, creating, and modifying websites
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