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Hairline Register:
Register within + or - 1/2 row of dots.
  
Hairline Rule:
The thinnest line possible to print by an output device.
  
Halation:
In photography, a blurred effect, resembling a halo, usually occuring in highlight areas or around bright objects.
  
Half-web Press:
Web offset press that measures 173/4" by 26".
  
Halftone:
A method of screening a continuous tone image (photograph) for printing or reproduction. A series of black dots large and small are arranged so as to give the effect of black, gray and white areas. Halftones are readily visible in a newspaper photo.
  
Halftone Gravure:
Production of gravure cylinders using halftone prints.
  
Hard Copy:
The permanent visual record of the output of a computer or printer.  Also, the material sent to a typesetter in typed form, for conversion into typeset material.
  
Hard Drive:
A set of circular, flat, platter-shaped pieces of metal, each with a special coating of magnetic particles that is capable of storing electronically created data.  You can think of your hard drive as a filing cabinet within and for your computer.
  
Hard Proof:
A proof on paper or other substrate, as distinguished from a soft proof, which is am image on a VDT screen.
  
Hardware:
Computer and peripherals as distinguished from software, which is a program for operating hardware.
  
Head Margin:
The white space above first line on a page.
  
He/Ne:
Helium-Neon red laser with wave length of 632nm.
   
Hickeys:
In offset lithography, spots or imperfections in the printing due to such things as dirt on the press, dried ink skin, paper particles, etc.
  
High Contrast:
In photography, a reproduction with high gamma in which the difference in darkness (density) between neighboring areas is greater than in the original.
  
Highlight:
The lightest or whitest parts in a photograph represented in a halftone reproduction by the smallest dots or the abscence of dots.
  
Holdout:
In printing, a property of coated paper with low ink absorption that allows ink to set on the surface with high glass.  Papers with too much holdout cause problems with set-off.
   
Horizontal Space:
The space left to right created by removed labels in a die cut.
  
Host:
A computer with a direct connection to the internet, usually a permanent connection, but loosely used for those that dial in direct, too.
 
HSV:
Acronym for hue, saturation and value (or brilliance or luminance) - a color space used in some graphic programs.
  
HTML:
(Hypertext Markup Language) In imaging for the World Wide Web, the coding language that is used to create Hypertext documents.
  
Hue:
In color, the main attribute of a color that distinguishes it from other colors.
  
Hydrophillic:
Water-receptive.
  
Hydrophobic:
Water-repellent.
  
Hypertext:
A word, illustration, graphic or photo that you click on to be "linked" to other related documents on the Internet.
  
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