FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions. A list of
common questions and answers. A way to lower the frequency of the
most asked questions.
File: A document or application that has been
given a name.
File Format: The structure or arrangement of
data stored in a file.
Fill: An electronic function that alters a
selected area, usually within a closed line work image, with a
color, gray tone, or pattern.
Film: A negative or positive, photographic or
lithographic record made on a light sensitive material.
Film Assembly: Also known as Stripping.
Fixed-Width Font: A font in which all
characters have uniform widths.
Flat: In offset lithography, the assembled
composed negatives or positives. Used for making further
composites or for platemaking.
Flop: Turning a negative over to create a
Folding Dummy: A template created to layout
pages on a Signature or Flat, includes orientation for binding
Folio: A page number on a signature.
Footer: A design element that prints at the
bottom of a page, often showing the publication's name and page
Font: A graphical design applied to all
numerals, symbols and characters in the alphabet.
Frame: A border, outlining and enhancing
photos, type, or tint blocks, that has a specified thickness
style and color.
Frequency: The lines per inch (lpi) in a
FTP: File Transfer Protocol. A method of
transferring files between two networks. ADP eliminates this