TEXT (FORMATING (Alignment (Types of Alignment (Left, Right, Full, Dot…
Have a strong, vivid or clear appearance. Bold face or bold font is any text that is darkened and thickened to help emphasize a remark or comment
Sloping kind of interface for emphasis or distinction.
Italic is a style of font that slants the letters evenly to the right.
Drawn line under a word for emphasis
An underline is a section of text in a document where the words have a line running beneath them.
Underlined text is commonly used to help draw attention to text.
underlines are commonly used to represent a hyperlink on a web page.
a term used to describe how text is aligned
For example, text that is justified to the left creates a straight line of text on the left-hand side of the page (like this paragraph).
ext can be aligned along the edge of a page, cell, div, table, or other visible or non-visible line
Aligns or straightens block elements on the canvas
Can be used for showing the ‘Address’ for mail
Types of Alignment
Organisation (ie. Receipts/Bills)
the increase or decrease of space between the left and right margin of a paragraph.
In many programs, an indent for the first line of text can be created by moving the cursor to the front of the line and pressing the tab key on the keyboard
A typical indent is five spaces from the left-hand or right-hand of the page.
A bullet is an asterisk, black dot, circle, or other mark that is found before the text that identifies key items or other important text.
sometimes abbreviated as num, a number is any character that is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, or 0.
any negative number is any of the earlier characters beginning with a hyphen, for example, -12 is a negative number.
Alternatively referred to as an ordered list or number list, see our numbering definition for information about creating this type of list.
The size is the overall dimension of a physical or virtual object
When measuring a 2D virtual object such picture, the width (x-axis) and height (y-axis) are used to determine its size and are usually measured in pixels.
RGB (red, green, and blue) refers to a system for representing the colours to be used on a computer display.
Red, green, and blue can be combined in various proportions to obtain any colour in the visible spectrum.
The CMYK colour model is a subtractive colour model, used in colour printing, and is also used to describe the printing process itself
CMYK refers to the four inks used in some colour printing: cyan, magenta, yellow, and key.
A well-formatted letter, report or memo is easier to read, draws attention to the most important information
Creates a receptive and favourable impression in the reader
the process of dividing a document into discrete pages, either electronic pages or printed pages.
System by which the information on a newspaper, bookpage, or otherwise handwritten, printed or displayed document is laid out.
It can mean the consecutive numbering to indicate the proper order of the pages
Also refers to the process of organising information on web pages
Reading bulk amounts on paper
Headings on paper
i.e. Times New Roman
Semi-structural details on the ends of some of the strokes that make up letters and symbols
Has little lines on the bottom of the letters, which make it easier to read
Reading on screen
Used for the internet
Ornamental (or sometimes display) typefaces are used to decorate a page. Symbol, or dingbat, typefaces consist of symbols (such as decorative bullets, clock faces, railroad timetable symbols, CD-index, or TV-channel enclosed numbers) rather than normal text characters.
FORMATTING PARAGRAPHS & DOCUMENTS
a paragraph is any text that ends with a hard return by pressing the Enter key.
Paragraph formatting lets you control the appearance of individual paragraphs.
For example, you can change the alignment of text from left to centre or the spacing between lines form single to double.
STROKE & FILLS
The stroke weight is a term used to describe the thickness of a line that helps make up a character in a font while the with computer graphics, fill refers to the process of colouring in of filling a portion of an image with a colour or pattern.
For example, in most graphic programs a fill is done with the paint bucket tool. Fill => Sets the colour inside the object. Stroke => Sets the colour of the line drawn around the object
HEADINGS & SUBHEADINGS
: a title at the head of a page or section of a book.
: a heading given to a subsection of a piece of writing