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  1. Icon / Bug.

    Icono.

    Graphic symbol used to label a story, a feature or a department. Called “Bug” when indented into the text.

  2. Illustration.

    Ilustración.

    1. Action of illustrate. 2. Drawing, photography or sheet placed in a publication or paper to make it more appealing or to explain and expand its content. 3. Explanation of an idea or concept by means of examples, drawings, graphics, or other information. 4. Intellectual Movement that developed in Europe and America during the s. xviii and defending reason, culture and education as the basis of social progress. (NOTE: It is usually written with a Capital letter). 5. Historic period during which this movement developed. (NOTE: It is usually written with a Capital letter).

  3. Image size.

    Tamaño de imagen.

    The physical dimensions of a printed image before scanning, or its digital dimensions (expressed in pixels, dots per inch, Kb, Mb or Gb) once scanned. In digital images, the bigger size, the better resolution.

  4. Imagesetter.

    Fotocomponedora.

  5. Imposition.

    Imposición.

    -Work and back: Imposición a blanco y retiración -Work and twist: Imposición para impresión en blanco y voltereta

  6. Indent.

    Sangría.

    Part of a text column set in a narrowr width (for instance, the first line of a paragraph).

  7. Index / Contents page.

    Índice.

    List of contents of a publication and the page numbers where they can be found.

  8. Infographic.

    Infografía.

    Originally “informational graphic”. Illustration, chart, map or diagram analyzing an event, object or place and complementing a story.

  9. Initial Cap / Initial Capital / Drop Cap.

    Capitular / Inicial.

    A large capital letter that runs down two or more lines at the beginning of a bodytext or paragraph, for decoration or emphasis.

  10. Initial Capital / Initial Cap / Drop Cap.

    Inicial / Capitular.

    A large capital letter that runs down two or more lines at the beginning of a bodytext or paragraph, for decoration or emphasis.

  11. Insert.

    Encarte.

    1. Piece of paper, board or booklet, hand or machine inserted inside a publication. 2. Booklet or chapter of a publication printed separately from the main publication, with a different paper.

  12. Insert / Handout / Offprint.

    Separata.

    Separate print from an article or chapter published in a magazine or book. When it goes inserted inside the magazine or book is also called "insert".

  13. Inset / Insetting.

    Embuchar / Embuchado.

  14. Insetting / Inset.

    Embuchar / Embuchado.

  15. Italic.

    Cursiva / Itálica.

    Type slanting to the right.