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Kerning: The narrowing of space between two letters
so that they become closer and take up less space on the
Key plate: The printing plate that is used
as a guide for the other plates in the color printing process;
it usually has the most detail.
Keying: The use of symbols, usually letters,
to code copy that will appear on a dummy.
Keyline: Lines that are drawn on artwork
that indicate the exact placement, shape and size of elements
including halftones, illustrations, etc.
Kicker: A brief phrase or sentence lead-in to a story
or chapter; usually set smaller than the headline or chapter
title, but larger than text type.
Knockout: In printing, when one color is to be printed
immediately adjacent to another color; actually they are
printed with a slight overlap.
Kraft: A coarse unbleached paper used for
printing and industrial products.