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DC 1 Unit 5

Terms for DC 1 EOC Exam

TermDefinition
bleed the practice of placing an image or color so that it extends to the edge of the page
brochure a booklet or pamphlet that contains descriptive information or advertising
business card a small publication (3 1/2 x 2 inches) containing information such as name, title, business, address, phone numbers, logo
byline the credit line for the author of an article
clip art ready-made pieces of printed or computerized graphic art
column a vertical section of text
continuation line restates the original headline to simplify the process of finding an article that has been continued from a previous page
gutter the interior space between margins of two facing pages; sometimes used to describe the space between columns
headline large type running above or beside a story to summarize its content; also called a head, for short
jumpline type that tells the reader that a story is continued from another page
letterhead the area on a sheet of stationery where the name, address and other information is printed
masthead often located on the first inside page or the editorial page of a publication; contains information such as publisher, staff and contact information
nameplate the section on a newsletter that contains the publication name, date, volume number and logo; generally located at the top of the opening page
newsletter a printed report or letter containing news of interest to a particular group
PDF Portable Document Format-an extenstion for Adobe Acrobat reader files
pull quote a small amount of text taken from an article that is enlarged and often set off with rules, white space and quotation marks
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