View definitions for formatting


noun as in desktop publishing

Discover More

Example Sentences

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.

From Fortune

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

From Digiday

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

From Digiday

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.

Unique in its content, this show will have some familiar formatting.

The new edition is slightly shorter, has a more handsome font, and removes some last remaining formatting glitches.

In order to “re-format,” however, it is crucial to understand how formatting went wrong in the first place.

Any truce with Hamas would not be sustainable, and “re-formatting” would be a very costly option.

In the play itself all apparent printing errors have been retained; no attempt has been made to standardise formatting.

Formatting of less common characters such as and has been silently corrected to agree with the rest of the text.

All obvious typographical and formatting errors were corrected.

Minor changes to punctuation or formatting have been made without comment.

The formatting of the project has been reproduced as true to the original images as possible.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to formatting, such as: desktop, electronic publishing, outputting, and typesetting.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.