Presentation on theme: "ANSWERS. A headline is a piece of large text set within a display and which is used to accompany or bring attention to other text. The setting of lines."— Presentation transcript:
A headline is a piece of large text set within a display and which is used to accompany or bring attention to other text. The setting of lines of text so that the spacing between each word is varied to ensure each line is of equal length. The arrangement of text on a page defined by the allignment and text style and the orientation of the paper etc. The short piece of descriptive text which accompanies an illustration or a photo or any other graphic. The unit of measure in printing – 72 point = 1 inch (36 point = ½ inch etc.) The removal of parts of a photo or other graphic to leave only the desired area – when done in a DTP package. To avoid too many individual tolerances cluttering up the drawing. Symmetrical PartThreaded hole shown in section Interrupted View Knurling To avoid too many individual tolerances cluttering up the drawing.To apply a tolerance to a size that relates to no other. 5 x 45 o Across the flats Pitch Circle Diameter Assembly Diameter
Site Plan 1 : 200 Floor Plan / Layout Plan / Location Plan 1 : 50 / 1 : 100 Zoom / Magnify Pan / Scroll Fill / Pattern Fill Rotate The printer is much more suited to filling large areas of colour, gradient, blending, highlighting etc. The plotter works by drawing single lines of colour at a time and is therefore less useful for filling in large blocks of colour. Also, since it produces a constant line weight, it would be less suited to blending colours and creating gradients. Among the reasons why a company might produce promotional graphics would be sales promotions, technical literature, advertising, product enhancement,display material. Area on a page without text or graphics. It can help the understanding of a piece of literature by setting off the text or a graphic. Changing the white in an original to black and the black to white For dramatic / unusual effect. Technical illustrations, exploded views in operations manuals.