Subtracting space between two characters, making them close together.
To code copy to a dummy by means of symbols, usually letters. Insertions are sometimes keyed in like manner.
The input device to input information directly into a typesetter, computer, workstation or, as a stand-alone unit, to record it in paper or magnetic tape.
An outline drawing of finished art to indicate the exact shape, position and size for such elements as half-tones, line sketchs, etc.
Kilobyte (K or kb or KB)
1024 bytes, the most common measure of computer file length.
A very light impression, just enough to produce an image on the paper.
A paper or board containing unbleached wood pulp (brown in color) made by the sulfate process.