February 2006, V5#2: Define Thursday, Jan 29 2009 

Recycled Paper: Paper that is half (50%) either pre-consumer or post-consumer waste.

Brittle paper (in rebinding): Paper that breaks when folded or crumpled. We don’t recommend regular rebinding this type of paper – we suggest visiting a conservator instead.

June 2004, V3#6: Define Tuesday, Jan 27 2009 

Call-outs: Brief passages of text lifted from within the publication placed in larger type size (and occasionally font) to gain attention.  They are often inserted into the text (divided by the change of font/size, sometimes boxed, or with other graphics) as an element which breaks the text or copy.  Usually, it is “teaser” copy – attention-getting and draws readers into the item.

May 2008, V7#5: Computer Saturday, Jan 3 2009 

In a MS Word file, how do I tell where in the document my cursor is at?

In Microsoft word, look in the lower left – in the gray areas above the “start” button.

Right above the “start” button it shows you what page your cursor is on.
Moving right, it shows what section you are in. If all goes right, you should always be in section 1.
The third notation (working left to right) on that line shows you again what page your cursor is on, then a forward slash and the number of pages in the file. You should see a dotted line 4 text lines from the bottom of the screen (above the red line). This demarks the page break in this type of page view.