total number of pages in a book including blanks
Pantone Matching System
(PMS) Industry standard for ink mixing
A position less than 1.0 FTE which is regularly scheduled to work less than 40 hours over a one week period, or less than 80 hours over a two week period.
perfect bind / perfect bound
Perceptive Enterprise Deployment Suite. A service used to deploy updates automatically to Perceptive Content clients connected to the PEDS server.
Perceptive Content, formerly ImageNow, is a Hyland system provided to campus that allows users to enter and store documents. Documents are commonly entered via scanner, but can be “printed” into the system or bulk-imported as well.
The desktop application used to access the Imaging Service at UW-Madison .
Perceptive Experience is an HTML5 web client that can access and view documents in the Imaging System on all operating systems. Unlike WebNow Perceptive Experience does not "look" like the Perceptive Content desktop client. Thus there is "get acquainted" period in learning its use. We have several KnowledgeBase documents about Perceptive Experience:
- Perceptive Experience - Overview and Getting Started
- Perceptive Experience - Searching for and viewing documents
- Perceptive Experience - Processing documents in workflow
a series of small cuts at regular intervals usually made to help a sheet tear apart evenly
type of binding that uses glue on the spine of the sheets to adhere a cover to the sheets, like a phone book
The rights and privileges attained upon successful completion of an original probationary period or career-executive trial period required upon an appointment to a permanent position.
In Office 365, permissions can enable an individual to access another individual's mail, calendars, and contacts. For example, if User A wanted the ability to modify events in User B's calendar, User B would need to assign read/write/modify permissions to User A. Review complete list of permissions levels (and definitions): Microsoft 365 - Mail and Calendar folder permission levels.
unit of measurement. One pica = 1/6 inch
Plate is a metal plate is imaged in a plate setter for each separation on an offset press job.
gripper space. The area where the grippers hold the sheet as it passes through the press
Pantone Matching System (see Pantone Matching System definition)
Point of Contact (POC)
Prevailing Wage Rate