A means of describing the basis weight of paper in pounds of 1,000 sheets cut to a specific size. See Basis Weigh
Alternate term for device-dependent. See Device-Dependent.
Alternate term for device-independent. See Device-Independent.
A lightweight bond paper either unglazed or machine-glazed (on one side or on both sides) closely related toonionskin used for making carbon copies or for reports, airmail stationery, or envelope enclosures. See Bond Paper.
Any surface characterized by a rough, dull, and/or unshiny appearance, produced by the surface reflecting more light back toward the eye. Colors printed on matte surfaces appear less dense. In
A type of low-gloss coated paper. See Coated Paper.
In imaging, the greatest image density achievable with a particular configuration of devices or substrates. On one particular press using coated paper, for example, the maximum density may be 3.0, while on the same
In typography, the maximum amount of space allowed between words, used in the setting of tolerances forjustification. See also Minimum Interword Space and Justification.
Generally speaking, the greatest number of pixels, or dots, a computer display or output device is capable of producing per inch, measured in pixels per inch. The higher the maximum resolution, the
A color that possesses the property of metamerism, or changes its perceived hue under varying sources of illumination. See Metamerism.
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