The defined block of information consisting of header, data, and trailer that serves as the information exchange method on the network.
HyperText Markup Language, the authoring language used to create documents on the World Wide Web.
A method of duplicating text or other information by copying it from a document and temporarily placing it on a clipboard until it is pasted to another location
to position text so that it is centered between the left and right margins
(Read only memory) a chip on the motherboard that is prerecorded with and permanently stores the set of instructions that the computer uses when you turn in on; permanent
an integrated circuit silicon chip that contains the processing unit for a computer or a computerized appliance
An application that holds specific instructions for hardware functions.
what is put out, amount of produce or product
A method used by operating systems to store, retrieve, and organize files.
a folder containing one or more subfolders.
a way to organize files into manageable groups
Microsoft Powerpoint - 2007
move data from one location in document to another location
drag and drop
To drag selected text from one place in a file to another.
Invented by Adobe Systems and perfected over 17 years, Portable Document Format (PDF) is the global standard for capturing and reviewing rich information from almost any application on any computer system and sharing it with virtually anyone, anywhere.
a brief written message that describes a transaction that takes place within a business
The process of receiving information onto your computer from a server on the Internet.
adobe acrobat reader
A program that lets you share information and retain formatting across platforms and applications. Saves files in portable document format (pdf).