Refers to the position of text between the margins (WD 108).
Any small character that appears before an item (WD 123).
One of the positions you can align your text is to center the text (WD 108).
When the first line of your paragraph is indented (WD 111).
The first full line of text is not indented, but the following lines are indented (WD 112).
The space between text and a document's margin (WD 109).
Inside margin (gutter margin)
The right margin on a left page and the left margin on the right page—the margins closest to the inside of the page, near the binding (WD 107).
The text is aligned at both the right and left margins (WD 108).
Solid, dotted, or dashed lines that fill the blank space before a tab setting (WD 122).
You can align your text to the left margin (WD 108).
Blank areas around the top, bottom, and sides of a page (WD 106).
Books and magazines are often formatted with mirrored margins, where instead of left and right margins, the page has inside and outside margins (WD 107).
A list with two or more levels of bullets or numbering (WD 128).
Negative indent (outdent)
You can also create a negative indent, sometimes called an outdent, by dragging the indent markers on the ruler to the left past the left margin (WD 112).
Outline numbered list
A numbered multilevel list (WD 128).
The left margin on the left page and the right margin on the right page (WD 107).
You can align your text to the right margin (WD 108).
Tab stop (tab)
Marks the place where the insertion point will stop when you press the Tab key (WD 119).
Positioning text between the top and bottom margins of a document (WD 118).
The relationship of an object's height to its width (WD 151).
A textbox with an attached line pointing to something in the drawing (WD 168).
Visual representations of data; other than diagram (WD 169).
Graphics that are already drawn or photographed and available for use in documents (WD 148).
Cut off (WD 152).
Visual representations of data; other than chart (WD 169).
An object that acts as if it is sitting on a separate layer on the page (WD 154).
Pictures that help illustrate the meaning of the text and make the page more attractive (WD 141).
An object that is inserted into text and then treated as if it were a character in a line of text (WD 153).
Word or words that describe the type of clip art you wish to insert (WD 148).
Anything that can be manipulated as a whole (WD 148).
Text copied from the document and set off in a text box (WD 166).
The green circle on the selection rectangle that you drag to rotate an object (WD 150).
The box that appears when an item is selected (WD 150).
Text that does not appear in a document but adds extra information for the reader and is set off in a text box (WD 166).
The square or circle on the selection rectangle that you drag to resize an object (WD 150).
Predesigned drawings that allow you to quickly insert diagrams and charts (WD 169).
A shape specifically designed to hold text (WD 166).
Stylized text that is treated like an object (WD 172).
A formatting feature that affects how a font looks, such as a style, the color, or an effect.
A coordinated set of colors available for use in a document.
The size, style and design of text
Similar to a font style, helps you enhance or clarify the look of text.
The height of characters in points.
Emphasis added to characters, such as bold, italics, and underlining.
A feature that copies format attributes such as colors, borders and fill effects from an object, text, or cell in order to apply the same formatting to another object, text or cell.
The measurement, or size of a font (text); each point is approximately 1/72 of an inch.
A set of formatting options that have been named and saved.
A preset collection of design elements, including fonts, colors, and other effects.