Typography Part 1 Question Preview (ID: 36902)


Typography Part 1.

Each character occupies the same amount of space
a) Outline type
b) Bitmap type
c) Proportional type
d) Monospace type

Inserts a uniform amount of space between a range of text (sentence, paragraph, etc.)
a) Tracking
b) Kerning
c) Layering
d) Leading

Set of characters with a similar appearance, size, and color
a) Typestyles
b) Font
c) Tracking
d) Leading

Composed of pixels; can develop jagged edges when enlarged
a) Outline type
b) Proportional type
c) Monospace type
d) Bitmap type

Used to add or subtract space between two letters
a) Kerning
b) Tracking
c) Leading
d) Layering

Can be scaled to any size without losing clarity
a) Outline type
b) Bitmap type
c) Monospace type
d) Proportional type

Defined as line space
a) Layering
b) Leading
c) Tracking
d) Kerning

Each character takes up a different amount of space, depending on its width.
a) Bitmap type
b) Outline type
c) Monospace type
d) Proportional type

An invisible line on which type rests.
a) Baseline
b) Layer
c) Margin
d) Panel

Partially fills in pixel edges with additional colors, resulting in smooth-edge
a) Tracking
b) Leading
c) Kerning
d) Anti-aliasing

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