the system software that controls the computer.
a program in which you do your work. (Word, Photoshop, Excel)
is a raster graphics file format that supports lossless data compression.
______ files are named so because they are not yet processed and therefore are not ready to be printed or edited with a bitmap graphics editor.
a ______ file using lossless compression (or none) may be edited and re-saved without losing image quality.
______ is a file extension for a graphics file format used in vector-based images in Adobe Illustrator
______ refers to visual images made with the assistance of computers.
______ Displayed representation of a scene or an object along two axes of reference: height and width (x and y).
______ Displayed representation of a scene or an object that appears to have axes of reference: height, width, and depth (x, y, and z).
acronym for Dots Per Inch - a gauge of visual clarity on the printed page or on the computer screen.
Photoshop, Video, Digital Photography, etc. to convert linear, or analog, data into digital data which can be used by the computer.
files on disk that contain instructions for a computer
a program designed to look like an electronic ledger
an electronic list of information that can be sorted and/or searched.
the finder. 2. the shaded or colored backdrop of the screen.
a file you create, as opposed to the application which created it
the generic word for an application, document, control panel or other computer data.
an electronic subdirectory which contains files
an icon that points to a file, folder or application.
a small floating window that contains tools used in a given application.
A portion of memory where the computer temporarily stores information.
A program can run and perform tasks in the background while another program is being used in the foreground.
a combination of keystrokes that performs some function otherwise found in a pull down menu.
to transfer data from one computer to another.
to write a file onto a disk.