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Desktop Publishing

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Process of using a computer to create a layout for printed materials Desktop Publishing
Prepared graphic images that can be copied into another document. Clip Art
An area of computer memory that holds data being copied from one application to another Clip Board
Trim unnecessary information from a graphic image Crop
Graphs, charts, pictures, or drawing created by a computer Graphics
Vertical stripe of space between columns in a newsletter Gutter
Process of bringing text or graphics into an application from another source Import
Page orientation where text and graphics print across the longer dimension of the paper Landscape
Organization of print (text) and graphics on the page. (margins, paper size, page orientation, columns) Layout
A small point on a picture display: one "dot" on the screen Pixel
Page orientation where text and graphics print across the shorter dimension of the paper Portrait
Various icons such as pencil, brush, paint bucket, or eraser, which are chosen to work on a drawing. Tools
One design of type. A typeface has a name, like Helvetica, Times, or Swiss. Typeface
Empty space around or within the page White Space
Visual appeal, readability and motivational Three goals of desktop publishing
Number of fonts allowed to use on per DTP item Two or three
PDF portable document file - can't be edited
jpeg a format for compressing graphics to save pictures created by the Joint Photographic Experts Group
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