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can be divided into four main categories. Typefaces
are created to convey a message to the intended audience, called the target audience Publications
refers to the style and arrangement or appearance of text Typography
Have attributes or strokes at the tips of the letters serifs
There are no attributes (serifs) at the tips of the letters. sans serif
refers to the slant, weight and special effects applied to the text. Font Style
is the different sizes, weights and variations of a typeface. font families
Each letter takes up the same amount of space regardless of the letter size. monospaced typeface
The amount of space each character takes up is adjusted to the width of that character. Proportional
The vertical spacing between lines of text. Leading
Horizontal spacing between pairs of letters Kerning
Horizontal spacing between all of characters in a large block of text. Tracking
Makes a block of text more open and airy or more dense. Tracking Continued
Appear to have been written by hand with a calligraphy pen or brush Script Typefaces
Involves using a desktop computer and publishing software to create documents for publication. Desktop Publishing
Created by: zlowers74



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