Formatting [noun]

Definition of Formatting:

producing publications with computer software

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Sentence/Example of Formatting:

Like some other EV startups, Arrival uses a modular “skateboard” format that allows various bodies to be designed for use with the same undercarriage and drivetrain.

For example, you redesign the formats so that they fit the editorial aesthetic, not the other way around.

Reuters pivoted quickly to a virtual format starting with its Eyeforpharma Barcelona conference that drew in 15,000 registrants in March.

Kao’s experience building an online course from scratch, with an over 95% completion rate, was validation that the format worked.

But, this is definitely an easier format and a little more organized.

Still, Oyerinde thinks a pre-recorded format is not effective for pedagogy purposes.

There was a strong point of view on our side of the house how to keep it true to the existed format, while the Unrd team helped us reimagine it, and our collaboration met in the middle of that Venn diagram.

It’s happening in different formats and in different locations.

Once the new raw image format enters iOS, I expect that the 12 Pro Max will be even more flexible and appealing to people who like to edit and finish their images before sharing.

Connected TV allows you to make a great first impression on these shoppers, thanks to an ad format that leaves a positive impact.