A high gloss surface which protects the surface from dirt, smudges, fingerprints and scratch.
Abbreviation for cyan, magenta, yellow and key (black), the four process colors.
To cut irregular shapes in paper or paperboard using a die.
To press an image into paper so it lies above the surface.
A thin transparent plastic sheet (coating) applied to usually a thick stock (covers, post cards, etc.) providing protection against liquid and heavy use, and usually accents existing color, providing a glossy (or lens) effect.
Flat (not glossy) finish on coated printing paper.
To bind sheets that have been ground at the spine and are held to the cover by glue.
A line of small dotted wholes for the purpose of tearing-off a part of a printed matter (usually straight lines, vertical or horizontal).
An art design in which the height is greater than the width. (Opposite of Landscape.)
500 sheets of paper.
To bind by stapling sheets together where they fold at the spine, as compared to side stitch.
Liquid applied to a printed sheet, then bonded and cured with ultraviolet light.
Liquid applied as a coating for protection and appearance.