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word processing the use of computer software to enter and edit text
print publications news letter, newspapaer, articles, flyers
menu bar contains the main command funtions such as edit, insert, veiw, helo, ect
standard toolbar contains functions for opening, closing, editing, saving, ect.
formatting toolbar for editing, like bold, italic, ect.
layout the logical arrangement of objects in a document (flow)
font the style and size if text (type face)
fill the background color of an object
border the font outline of a page, or text
bullets outline objects to arrange a list
center positions text horizantally on the page
justify adjusts the border of text to make it even
right align positions text to the right of the page
left align positions text to the left of the page
indent the first line of text to the right
ruler allows you to manually adjust the margins
portaits prints copy vertically
landscape prints copy horizontally
word processing the use of computer software to enter and edit text
print publications news letter, newspapaer, articles, flyers
menu bar contains the main command funtions such as edit, insert, veiw, helo, ect
standard toolbar contains functions for opening, closing, editing, saving, ect.
formatting toolbar for editing, like bold, italic, ect.
layout the logical arrangement of objects in a document (flow)
font the style and size if text (type face)
fill the background color of an object
border the font outline of a page, or text
bullets outline objects to arrange a list
center positions text horizantally on the page
justify adjusts the border of text to make it even
right align positions text to the right of the page
left align positions text to the left of the page
indent the first line of text to the right
ruler allows you to manually adjust the margins
portaits prints copy vertically
landscape prints copy horizontally
margins the white space between text and the edge of the page
Drawing The process of creating a graphic image on the canvas of a document
free hand the process of creating images without using clip art, or pictures
objects anything that is not text
clicking and dragging the process fo drawing an object with your mouse
resizing clicking of the borders of an image in order to change its dimensions
canvas layout on which you draw an object
text box a drawing, or canvas in which you insert text
shapes preformatted objects
clip art preformatted photographic images
pictures preformatted photographic images
callout captions of a thought of phrase
grouping combinining multiple images into one object
shadowing casting the image of the shape in a darker background
3d making an object appear three dimensional
theme the mood that you attach to a publication through graphical representation
design the intent of arrangements in shapes and objects
mood the state of feeling that is provoked by graphics
publication documents include flyers, brochures, newsletters, posters, magazines, web publications
graphics anything on a page that is not text
layout the logical arrangement of objects in a document (flow)
typeface the style and size of text
fill the background color of text
whie space the part of the page that is void of text and images
focal point the place your reader sees first
tables order data according to headings, sub heading, and sub categories
advantage of tables they organize information and allow users to process data quickly
borders the outline of the table
gridlines lines that segment the table into categories
fonts style of text dictated by location in the table
caption the name of category of the table
autoformat table templates with color and layout variations
main parts of a table main title, secondary title, colum headings, body, source
table format features verticle placement, horizontal placement, column width, row height, vertical alignment, horizonatal alignment
advantages of publisher creat multi-page publications, use styles to emphasize text, publish to the internet
informational brochures, signs, calendars, forms
periodical newsletter, catalogs
promotional advertisments, flyers, press releases
stationery letterhead, labels, business cards, envelopes, postcards, invitations
specialty banners, airplanes, origami, resumes, award cerificates, gift certificates
placeholder text helps you envision wshat information to include
point size unit of measurement for fonts, and spacing between paragraphs and text characters
handles small circles that display around an objects perimeter
ruler guides green horizontal and verticle lines that help you position an object
publisher used to create electronic publicatiosn
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