A list of sources, usually placed at the end of a document, that you consulted or cited in creating a document.
An item in a list in which each list entry is preceded by a symbol, rather than by a number.
A view that replaces the Microsoft Office Button in previous versions of Office
A numbered label that you can add to a figure, a table, an equation, or another object
A tab containing groups of buttons that represent commands for customizing and formatting the selected object
A printed note, placed below the text on a printed page, used to explain, comment on, or provide references for text in a document
A set of thumbnails that show visually the effect of each option
Any image—such as a picture, photograph, drawing, illustration, or shape—that can be placed as an object on a page.
A set of buttons on a tab that all relate to the same type of object or task
A feature, which helps users create documents such as letter and e-mails that are essentially the same but contains unique elements such as recipient name, address, city, and state.
An area at the top of the Word 2010 window where almost all the capabilities of Word are available to help you use the program efficiently.
table of contents
A list of divisions and the pages on which they start
A collection of cells on a single sheet where you keep and manipulate data