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Rag paper: Papers with a complete or partial content of cotton fibers.

Ragged left: The term given to right-justified type that is uneven on the left.

Ragged right: The term given to left-justified type that is uneven on the right.

Raised cap: A design style in which the first capital letter of a paragraph is set in a large point size and aligned with the baseline of the first line of text. Compare to a drop cap.

Rasterized image: An image that has been rendered into pixels. When you convert vector graphics files to bitmap files, you create rasterized images.


Ream: 500 sheets of paper.

Register: The arrangement of two or more images in exact alignment with each other.

Register marks: Any crossmarks or other symbols used on layout to assure proper registration.

Render: The process of capturing a two-dimensional image from a three-dimensional model.

Reverse: White on a color background.

Resolution: The amount of detail and information that an image file contains, as well as the level of detail that an input, output, or display device is capable of producing. When you work with bitmapped images, resolution affects both the quality of the final output and the file size.

Roman: Commonly refers to the upright version of a face within a font family, as compared to the italic version.

RGB: A color mode in which the three colors of light (red, green, and blue) are combined in varying intensities to produce all other colors. A value between 0 and 255 is assigned to each channel of red, green and blue. Monitors, scanners, and the human eye use RGB to produce or detect color.

Rough layout: A rough sketch of a proposed layout of a print piece or advertisement, usually for approval before continuing the process of creating final art.

Rub proof: That stage of printed ink where the maximum dryness is achieved, and the ink will not smudge.

Rubine: A pigment somewhat redder than true magenta.

Rules: Lines, used as graphics or to represent text

Run-around:
A term given to copy that accommodates the lines of a picture or other image or copy.


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