Em: A measure of space exactly as high and wide as the point size of the typeface being used.
Embed: Implies the inclusion of elements and data into a computer file necessary to maintain or change the elements when used remotely.
Embossing: A process performed after printing to stamp a raised (or depressed) image into the surface of paper, using engraved metal embossing dies, extreme pressure, and heat. Embossing styles include blind, deboss and foil-embossed.
Em Dash: A dash, one em long, used to separate parenthetical phrases within a sentence.
En: A measure of space equal to one-half of an em space in the same point size and typeface.
En Dash: A dash, one en long, used to indicate range as in “see pages 4–5.”
End Sheet: Sheet that attaches the inside pages of a case bound book to its cover.
EPS: An acronym for Encapsulated PostScript, a computer file format widely used by the printing and graphics industries.