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Header vs Caption - What's the difference?

header | caption |


As nouns the difference between header and caption

is that header is the upper portion of a page (or other) layout while caption is (typography) the descriptive heading or title of a document or part therof.

As a verb caption is

to add captions to a text or illustration.

Caption vs Key - What's the difference?

caption | key |


As a noun caption

is (typography) the descriptive heading or title of a document or part therof.

As a verb caption

is to add captions to a text or illustration.

As a proper noun key is

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Caption vs Transcription - What's the difference?

caption | transcription |


As nouns the difference between caption and transcription

is that caption is (typography) the descriptive heading or title of a document or part therof while transcription is the act or process of transcribing.

As a verb caption

is to add captions to a text or illustration.

Caption vs Summary - What's the difference?

caption | summary |


In legal|lang=en terms the difference between caption and summary

is that caption is (legal) the section on an official paper that describes when, where, what was taken, found or executed, and by whom it was authorized while summary is (legal) performed by cutting the procedures of a standard and fair trial.

As nouns the difference between caption and summary

is that caption is (typography) the descriptive heading or title of a document or part therof while summary is an abstract or a condensed presentation of the substance of a body of material.

As a verb caption

is to add captions to a text or illustration.

As an adjective summary is

concise, brief or presented in a condensed form.

Narrative vs Caption - What's the difference?

narrative | caption |


As nouns the difference between narrative and caption

is that narrative is the systematic recitation of an event or series of events while caption is (typography) the descriptive heading or title of a document or part therof.

As an adjective narrative

is telling a story.

As a verb caption is

to add captions to a text or illustration.

Caption vs Cutline - What's the difference?

caption | cutline |


As nouns the difference between caption and cutline

is that caption is (typography) the descriptive heading or title of a document or part therof while cutline is (software) in software testing, a hypothetical line that separates tests that will be performed, versus tests that may not be performed due to lack of time.

As a verb caption

is to add captions to a text or illustration.

Statement vs Caption - What's the difference?

statement | caption |


As nouns the difference between statement and caption

is that statement is a declaration or remark while caption is (typography) the descriptive heading or title of a document or part therof.

As verbs the difference between statement and caption

is that statement is to provide an official document of a proposition, especially in the uk a statement of special educational needs while caption is to add captions to a text or illustration.

Caption vs Captions - What's the difference?

caption | captions |


As nouns the difference between caption and captions

is that caption is (typography) the descriptive heading or title of a document or part therof while captions is .

As a verb caption

is to add captions to a text or illustration.

Callout vs Caption - What's the difference?

callout | caption |


As nouns the difference between callout and caption

is that callout is (communication) outward bound telephone calls while caption is (typography) the descriptive heading or title of a document or part therof.

As a verb caption is

to add captions to a text or illustration.

Caption vs Display - What's the difference?

caption | display |


As nouns the difference between caption and display

is that caption is (typography) the descriptive heading or title of a document or part therof while display is a show or spectacle.

As verbs the difference between caption and display

is that caption is to add captions to a text or illustration while display is (obsolete) to spread out, to unfurl.

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