format

Size, shape and overall style of layout or printed project.

Format

Documents shall be prepared on A4 (210 x 297 mm) 80 gsm copier paper (hard copy) and/or the form of electronic media specified in the requirements. Each page of a document shall be numbered in Arabic numerals consecutively from Section 1 to the appendices. Documents may be printed on one or both sides of each page (single sided or double sided). On single sided documents the document control number shall be on the top right hand side. For double sided all even pages shall have document control numbers on the top left hand side and on odd pages on the top right hand side. Each page prior to Section 1 shall be numbered in lower-case roman numerals. ...

Format

The size of the negative, paper or camera taking area. (see Large format, Medium format & 35mm)
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Format

The process of 'initialising' a floppy disk so that it can be used to store data.
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Format

The specified arrangement of data e.g. The layout of a printed document, the arrangement of the parts of a computer instruction, the arrangement of data in a record. Different programs store data in different formats.
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format

[n] - the organization of information according to preset specifications (usually for computer processing) 2. [n] - the general appearance of a publication 3. [v] - set into a specific format 4. [v] - determine the arrangement of (data) for storage and display (in computer science) 5. [v] - divide (a disk) into marked sectors...
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Format

1) The number of tracks, their width, spacing and order for tape recording.
2) To prepare a digital storage medium so that it will accept and store digital information bits.
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Format

(Digital cameras and photo printers) In computers this refers to the type of file, such as JPEG, TIFF or DOC. In photography and other areas it also refers to the two dimensional size of an image. In compact cameras, the photos typically have a ratio of 3:2 (Format: 36 x 24 mm). With digital images, the ratio is normally 4:3 but can be changed to ...
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Format

formatting is preparing a floppy disc or hard disc ready to receive data - hard discs usually arrive ready-formatted - floppy discs may be formatted in a number of different ways - not all formats of floppy disc can be read on all computers - without any extra software, Acorn computers can read and write various Acorn formats as well as a number of...
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format

The size and shape of something, or the way it is arranged. In computers it refers to the way data is organized or presented, especially on the platters of a disk.
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FORMAT

The DOS command that creates the VBR, FAT, root directory and data areas for each partition. Also, either of two processes preparing the platter surfaces for data storage. See high level format and low level format.
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Format

Procedure required to ready a computer disk for use. Formatting organises the disk's surface into a series of electronic pigeon holes into which data can be stored. Different computers often use different formatting systems.
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Format

In the Miles typesetting system an identified, grouped series of codes which produce a desired effect of style, enabling many operators to work on one job.
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Format

The shape, size and general makeup of a book, periodical or other publication
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Format

the way in which a text is arranged or presented, for example as a book, leaflet, essay, video, audiotape. May also relate to the structure of the text, for example, the use of headings and sub-headings, diagrams/photographs with captions.
Found on http://www.standards.dfes.gov.uk/primary/publications/literacy/63285/nls_fw

Format

Particular style, size and layout specifications of a printed piece.
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Format

The actual size of the photograph, either slide or negative, produced by a camera; in 35mm photography, the picture measures 24mm x 36mm and has a diagonal of 43mm, While the new APS (Advance Photo System), several new formats were included, including panorama . While it can also be explained as shape and size of image provided by camera or present...
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Format

For`mat' (for`mȧ' or for`mät') noun [ French or G. Confer Formation .] (Print.) The shape and size of a book; hence, its external form. « The older manuscripts had been written in a much larger format than that found convenient for university work. ...
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format

formatting noun the organization of information according to preset specifications (usually for computer processing)
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Format

• (n.) The shape and size of a book; hence, its external form.
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Format

[command] Format, a command-line utility included in Microsoft DOS, IBM OS/2 and Microsoft Windows operating systems, carries out disk formatting. The command performs the following actions by default on a floppy drive, hard drive, solid-state (USB), or other magnetic medium (it will not perform these actions on optical media): Optionally (...
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Format

The size or aspect ratio of a motion picture frame.
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format

(film or TV) See aspect ratio.
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Format

Size, style, type page, margins, printing requirements, and the like that are characteristic of a publication.
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Format

The actual structure of the mailing piece.
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