(4) Determining letter size. The key to legibility is the size of
the lettering in the graphics project, not the overall size of the
project. Just because the overall size of a project is relatively small,
that alone does not dictate the use of small lettering in the project.
The distance from which the viewer must see and understand the project
does dictate the size of the lettering used in a graphics project. The
closer the viewer is to the project, the smaller the lettering on the
project; conversely, the farther away from the project the viewer is, the
larger the letter you must use.
Figure 1-76 shows the minimum letter height required for a given
distance. If the viewer is 10 feet from the project, the minimum size
letter on a graphic project would be .350.
PART C - COMPUTER IMAGING SYSTEMS
Terms and Definitions.
Before you can use any system or piece of equipment, you must understand
the terms associated with the equipment. This part of the lesson begins
with the definitions of the terms associated with computers.
a. Hardware Terms. The term hardware applies to all parts of the
computer that you use to run the various programs. It