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DTPII Unit 3 Frwks

Advanced Layout & Design

QuestionAnswer
Design that places a graphic or color so that it extends to the edge of the paper leaving no visible margins. bleeds
One of two or more vertical sections of typed lines lying side by side on a page and separated by a rule or a blank space. column
Repetitive text that appears at the bottom of pages in a publication. footer
A document that usually contains blank spaces for answers or information to be inserted. form
Identifying text that appears at the top of pages in a publication. header
An alphabetical listing of key words phrases, or topics that includes the page numbers on which those items are found within a publication. index
Pages that contain reoccurring items such as page numbers as well as other design elements. master pages
One of two or more horizontal sections of typed lines lying above or below each other on a page and separated by a rule or a blank space. row
A named group of character and paragraph format that can be applied to text. style
A method for organizing information both horizontally (in rows) and vertically (in columns). table
A listing of the major entries in a publication. table of contents
A publication that can be used as a "model" for the creation of new documents. template
Created by: hopkinst