Register within plus or minus a half row of dots.
A blurred effect resembling a haol, usually occuring in highlight areas or around bright objects.
Binary image in which the illusion of a range of gray tones is created by varying the size or spacing of tiny dots of uniform density.
The permanent visual record of the output of a computer or printer on a substrate.
Halftone dot with litte or no fringe and prints with little or no dot gain or sharpening.
A proof on paper or other substrate
A proof on paper or other substrate as distingushed from software which is a program for operating hardware.
Helium-Neon red laser with wavelength of 632 nm.
The white space above the first line on a page.
Defect on the press sheet caused by small particles of ink or paper attached to the plate or blanket.
A reproduction with high gamma in which the difference between light and dark is greater than in the original.
The lightest or whitest parts in a photograph represented in a halftone reproduction by the smallest dots or the absence of dots.
A property of coated paper with low ink absor[tion which allows ink set on the surface with high-gloss. Papers with too much holdout causes problems with the set-off.
Preparation of any printing form used to transfer multiple images from a raised surface; an example is Linotype utilizing hot lead.
Acronymn for hue, saturation and value (or brillance or luminance) - a color space used in some graphic programs.
The main attribute of a color which distinguishes it from other colors.
Links to other documents, Words or phrases in the document are defined so they can be selected and cause another document to be retrieved, opened, and displayed.
HyperText Markup Language (HTML)
The coding language that is used to create Hypertext documents for use on the World Wide Web.