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formatting – the way words are displayed in printed or electronic documents; the visible style of written words * The magazine’s formatting requirements for article submissions include doublespaced text and 1.2” margins.
standard – basic; normal; ordinary; expected * Did you buy a standard telephone, or one with a lot of extra features?
text – written words; what one has written * There is about 2,000 words of text on each page of this newsletter.
border – lines or artwork around text or other images, usually in a rectangular shape * Let’s put a dotted-line border around each coupon so people know where they should cut it out of the newspaper.
shading – a gray area behind text or objects, used for emphasis and visual interest * Our poster would attract more attention if we put shading around the title.
to center – to put text in the center of each horizontal line; to put text in the middle of each line, not starting at the left edge or ending at the right edge * Our teacher wants us to center only the report title and headings.
flush – immediately next to something else; adjacent to * If you’re listing dollar amounts, print them flush right so that the decimal points are lined up.
readability – the ease of reading something; the characteristic that makes it quick and easy for people to read something without much effort * Some people think using big words makes their writing more professional, but really it just reduces readability.
presentation – the way something is shared with or shown to other people * They bought a simple gift, but it had a beautiful presentation, wrapped in a large box covered with beautiful wrapping paper and many ribbons and bows.
caps – uppercase or capital (ABC) letters, not lowercase (abc) letters * If you write an email in caps, people think you’re shouting at them.