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Vanishing point: A marker that appears when you
select an extrusion or an object to which perspective has
been added. With an extrusion, the vanishing point marker
indicates the depth (parallel extrusion) or the point at
which the extruded surfaces would meet if extended (perspective
extrusion). With the Perspective effect, the marker indicates
the point, or points, at which the nonparallel lines would
meet. In both cases, the vanishing point is indicated by
Varnish: The primary component of the ink vehicle.
See also vehicle.
Vector graphic: An image generated from mathematical
descriptions that determine the position, length, and direction
in which lines are drawn. Vector graphics are created as
collections of lines rather than as patterns of individual
dots or pixels.
Vector object: A specific object within
a drawing that is created as a collection of lines rather
than as patterns of individual dots or pixels. Vector objects
are generated from mathematical descriptions that determine
the position, length, and direction in which lines are drawn.
Vellum: A finish of paper that is rough,
bulky and has a degree of tooth.
Verso: In a double-sided document, the page that
appears on the left side of the spread;
an odd-numbered page.
Vignette: A photo or illustration, in which the tones
fade gradually away until they blend with the surface they
are printed on.