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Yearbook termss

copy sert entirely in capital letters All Caps
A writers specific perspective on a broader topic Angle
To idenitify the person who said the words being quoted Attribution
element used to connnect areas seprated by a grid of white space Bridges
line at beginning or end of copy giving name of person who wrote it Byline
An unposed photo that documents the action or story Candid
Writing underneath a caption.... indifies the who what where when and how Caption
Designed art used as part of the design Clip Art
statement giving publishing credit and technical information Colophon
The words written to tell a story or descibe an event, to a printer all written materials and photos printed... Copy
layout space allocated for the written test, as distinguished from the space allocated for caption, titles, or headlines or photos Copy Block
the processing of proofreding copy and making necessary corrections and changes Copy Editing
the exclusive right for the creator or owner Copyright
Editing and marking a photograph to indicate to the printer the area to be included in the yearbook Cropping
Outside of the yearbook Cover
Refers to both topics featured on individual speads and how the topics are highlighted Coverage
a page or double page spread that separtes different sections Divider page
When an element or elements atract immmediate reader attention Dominant Photo
measure of screen or printer resolution, the number of dots in a line one inch long. Dots per inch
facing pages with continued subject matter Double page spread
larger initial letter used to introduce copy, caption or headline Drop cap
to change, manage or supevise for a publication Edit
when a reporter provides his or her opinion to the reader Editorializing
Copy, headlinem art anything to be put into a layout Element
heavy sheet of paper that attaches the book to its cover End Sheet
to unite a spread, a horizontal line is established across the spread above or below the center mark to give movement to the readers eye Eyelinee
one side of a signature; eight pages Flat
a page number, best located at the bottom of each page to the outside and paralled to the bottom of the page Folio
line of type near the page number which identifies the section, chapter or text appearing on that page Folio Tab
the complete set of all letters, numberalsm ligatures and punctuation marks of a type face Font
printing in magenta, cyan, yellow, and black Four color
elements such as rules lines, gray screens, large initial letters and special type treatments which enhance the books design Graphics
the inner space between the two pages of a spread where the paper runs into the spine Gutter
a line or largge type used to tell the reader what is to follow ,introducing the main point of interest of the copy Headline
complete al[habetical listing of all students, teachers, advertisers, topics, and events covered in the yearbook Index
an artistic rendering of facts gathered from a pooll or survery Infographic
the amount of space between elements Internal spacing
a conversation between a reporter and a cource Interview
a five-digit number addigned by Walsworth Job Number
a chart representing the pages in a signature or a book, used for planning book sections, page content and color placement Ladder
A okab ir drawing which shows size and position of all elements Layout
Opening paragrpah of a story which sets the tone for the article giving it purpose and direction Lead
first words of a caption or story which draw attention to the copy and which are often set apart Lead in
the spcae between lines of type ( measured in points) Leading
real or imaginary lines that direct the reader to the center of interest in a photo Leading Lines
first 2 to 6 pages of the yearbook which introdice the theme Opening
unit of measurment equal to 1/6 of an inch and 12 points Pica
the main headline of a spread which first captures the attention of the readers Primary headline
Words "pulled" from text and displayed as quotation Pulled Quote
direct statement a reporter obtains through an interview Quotation
the sharpness of an image Resolution
A smaller headline Secondary headline
a yeabrook is typically broken up into six of these Sections
sixteen pages printed on a single sheet of paper Signature
Two facing pages in a publication Spread
person whom a reporter interviews Source
area of the yearbook connecting the front and back covers Spine
a mini theme used as a section title Spin - off
Printing in at least one additional color besides black Spot color
two facing or side by side pages in the yearbook Spread
A secondary headline Subhead
listing of the pages containing the sections, opening, closing, and index Table of contents
a master page that maintains consistenct within design or section Template
a column of text that flows around a photo,quote,graphic or art Text wrap
central idea or concept Theme
a page containing the title,year, school name, location, phone an fax Title Page
a factual sentence a writer used to link one quotation to another in a piece of copy Transition
an area of white space separting two or more photographs or copy blocks and giving the apperance of disunity to the laout page Trapped White Space
Blank area where no elements are placed White Space
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