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Page Setup 63-79

Desktop Vocabulary Page setup 63-79

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Duplex Printing To print on both sides of the paper before going on to the next copy.
Facing Pages An option for working with pages that will face each other on the printed publication side by side. (also called Spread).
Focal Point The center of interest on a page or set of facing pages, created by using color, contrast and proportion.
Frame A holder for an object, such as text or a picture, in a publication.
Gutter The space between columns of text or between the publication’s binding and the first column in a page spread.
Leaders Dots, dashes or characters that proceed text or align to tab settings.
Orientation A term that specifies the vertical portrait (tall) and horizontal landscape (wide) position of a page when printed.
Paper Size There have been many standard sizes of paper at different times and in different countries, but today there are two widespread systems in use
Paper Weight Refers to the thickness of each sheet of paper. Paper weight is measured in pounds. Generally, documents are printed on 20# bond, 24# bond, 80# cover stock paper.
Proximity How close together elements are on a page.
Pull Quote Text art, generally in a box with coloring/borders and in a larger size than the surrounding type, consisting of important, interesting, or provocative text from the body copy.
Resizing Increasing or decreasing the horizontal and vertical while maintaining aspect ratio.
Rule of Thirds A page of image that is designed in thirds is more appealing to the eye than other designs.
Rule of Sevens A presentation principle of using no more than seven words per line and not more than seven lines per slide, or seven short bullet points in a presentation.
Signature The number of pages that are created when a sheet of paper is folded. Books are made up of one or more signatures.
Snap A feature that pulls objects to align with the nearest guide, ruler position or object.
Synchronization A process that allows you to create or edit one object while all the related objects automatically display the same information (such as tear-offs).
Created by: shmaguy