Information keyed into a table/cell.
The intersection of a row and a column.
Information/text arranged in the middle of a cell or page.
Headings that are centered directly above each column in a table.
The vertical arrangement of information in a table.
The vertical and horizontal lines in a table.
Information lined up on the left side of a cell or page.
The main heading for the table, which is keyed in the center, bold, and all capital letters.
Information entered into a cell that contains only numbers.
Information lined up on the right side of a cell or page.
The horizontal arrangement of information in a table.
Note of reference that is left aligned under the last row or in the last row of a table.
A grid of rows and columns used to display and organize information.
Information entered into a cell that contains alphanumeric information.
The main text of a personal letter, business letter, memo, email, or report.
Short reports that are prepared without binders or covers. (one inch margins)
Pressing the enter key twice (2) leaving one blank line. This can also refer to line spacing using the word processing feature to leave one blank line between each line of text.
Longer reports prepared with binders. Left margin is wider (1.5") to accommodate binding along the left margin.
the first page of a report. It gives the title of the report, the name of the writer, the name of the school or class, and the date.