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Other Terms 147-158

Desktop Vocabulary Other terms 147-158

Lossless A raster file format that does not compress file sizes.
Lossy A raster file format that compresses file sizes by removing or simplifying data.
EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) A vector file format used to print high-quality images on professional printers.
File Name Extension The letters displayed after a file name that describe the file format. (Word ends with .doc)
Mailmerge a process for producing mass mailings with personalized addresses on form letters, envelopes, and labels.
Map An illustration that is wrapped around the outside of an object, as wallpaper is attached to a wall – simulates 3D.
Marquee A dotted line around sections you have selected.
Palette A set of tools, located in a separate floating toolbar that relates to a particular action, such as adding color or working with layers.
PDF (Portable Document Format) Format developed by Adobe that creates an image of a document that can be viewed on any computer.
Plagiarism The practice of using someone else’s material without crediting the source. It is like stealing, and can result in still penalties.
SLR (Single Lens Reflex) This type of camera allows the photographer to look through the camera’s viewfinder and actually see the exact image that will be captured by the camera lens. (point and shoot)
WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get) pronounced wizzy-wig. What you see on the monitor screen is the same as what you see on the printed page.
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