Running Text

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Running Text

The main body of text on a page in a periodical. The most common example is an article.
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Leave the body copy in regular type, and put titles in italics.
The body copy of high ranking pages was an average of 900 words.
The body copy reads, "Behind in your holiday plans?
During the design process, Bradley set out to retain the relaxed spontaneity of a handwritten look but with a more refined, condensed appearance than ITC Bradley Hand, which is more suitable for small blocks of body copy.
size of ten (10) points and a body copy size of eight (8) points, or as requested by ACPS.
ntro is how it used to be but with a drop cap like this please Intro is how it used to be but with a drop cap like this please Copy is body copy as before but with a drop cap at the start please Arriving in Africa, it was so different to my life back home.
2 The Johnson's Box: The area in the upper-right of the letter provides the recipient's unique "Offer #," which is explained in the body copy.
If you look at this page, take out the main heading and sub-heading which is meant to attract readers, there is available five columns of body copy space, each approximately 27cm long.
The latest release adds the ability to include html and graphics into the body copy of emails, so the auto-generated emails can be branded and can include images.
The subhead, (very important--maybe the only words recalled), and body copy are designed to fill-in the details and/or reinforce the message.
The red of a tractor, the green of a leaf, the yellow of a sunset--they all serve as the backdrop for the report's body copy.
Studies indicate that headlines receive five times the readership of body copy; text is usually read by only 10 percent; and captions are read twice as often as body copy.