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Film that contains the same images as the original print,
except that all colors and shades are reversed. See also
Negative space: In design, the space where the figure
isn't -- in artwork, usually the background; in a publication,
the parts of the page not occupied by type or graphics.
Nested group: A group of two or more groups
that behave as one object.
Nested stories: In newsletter/magazine layout, stories
run in multiple columns at different column depths
Newsletter: A publication developed and
distributed to inform about events, progress and recent
developments within an organization. It often includes development
of a heading design.
Newsprint: A light, low-cost groundwood
paper made especially for newspapers.
Nodes: The square points at the end of a line and
a curve segment. You can change the shape of a line or curve
by dragging one or more of its nodes.
Nonprinting characters: An item that appears
on the screen but does not print. They include the rulers,
guidelines, table gridlines, hidden text, and formatting
symbols, such as spaces, hard returns, tabs, and indents.
Noise: In bitmap editing, random pixels
on the surface of a bitmap, resembling static on a television
Nudge: To move an object in increments.