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MOCAC Lesson 3

character any single letter, number, symbol, or punctuation mark.
font is a set of characters that have the same design.
Point size refers to the height of characters, with one point equaling approximately 1/72 of an inch.
monospaced means all its characters take up the same amount of horizontal space.
paragraph styles A style in which the formats are applied instantly to all text in the paragraph where the insertion point is located, whether or not text is selected.
point size A measurement that refers to the height of characters with one point equaling approximately 1/12 of an inch.
proportional space A font in which the horizontal spacing varies.
sans serif A font that does not have the small line extensions on its characters.
serif fonts have small lines at the beginning and end of characters and are usually used with large amounts of text.
Text Effects A new font command group that adds a distinctive appearance, such as outlines, shadows, glows, or reflections, to selected text.
Created by: LeBoeuf