The position of text relative to the sides of the page
Used with an access key to display a menu
A word that has the opposite meaning of another word
A feature in Word that automatically corrects commonly misspelled words and incorrect capitalization
The information presented in a report or letter
created with each item as a separate paragraph formatted with a hanging indent, a character such as a bullet (•), and a tab
A format where the left and right edges of the paragraph are equally distant from the left and right sides of the page
Pressing the left mouse button and releasing it quickly
A general-purpose graphic created by an artist using illustration software. Displays the Clip Art task pane, which is used to insert clip art at the insertion point. Found on the Insert tab.
Closing a Document
Removing a document from the application window and the file from the computer's memory.
A small window with options for completing an action
Paragraph format that adds more space between each line of text.
Pressing the left mouse button twice in rapid succession
To modify the contents of a document
A unique name for a file.
Used to organize commonly related files.
The shape of a set of characters
A feature that automatically checks a document for grammatical errors
Text that is printed at the top of each page
The shape of the pointer when it is moved into a document
Paragraph format that decreases the width of lines of text in a specific paragraph.
A blinking vertical line in a document that indicates where the next character typed will be placed
A text style that makes text slanted.
A format where both sides of the paragraph are straight
A sequence of keys that executes a command.
A format where the left edge of the paragraph is straight and the right edge is jagged.
The white region around the text on a page
A list of commands
Microsoft Office 2007
A Windows application that consists of several applications, each designed to perform specific tasks
An input device that is used to select commands and respond to application prompts.
An image on the screen, usually in the shape of an arrow, that indicates the position of the mouse
Displays the organization of a document
Changes where one page ends and another begins.
Previewing a document
Shows what the printouts will look like.
Quick Access Toolbar
A bar at the top of the window with buttons that are clicked to perform actions.
A bar near the top of the window with tabs of buttons that are clicked to perform actions which are related commands that are divided into tabs
A format where the right edge of the paragraph is straight and the left edge is jagged
Located at the top and left side of the document window, they are used for measuring and also contain markers for formatting text
Dragged to bring unseen parts of the document into view.
A feature that automatically compares words to those in a dictionary file to determine if they are spelled correctly
A bar at the bottom of the screen that displays information about the current document
A word that has a similar meaning to another word
A Windows operating system feature that displays buttons for each open file or application
A master document that includes the basic elements for a particular type of document
A collection of synonyms. Also, displays the Research task pane and is in the Review tab
A bar at the top of the Word window that displays the file name of the current document
A group of buttons for executing commands
A text style that puts a line under text
The Office word processor application used to create, modify, print, and e-mail documents
The process used to determine if the next word will fit on the end of the current line or if it must go on the next line.
Hyphenates a document automatically. Found in Page Layout Group then select Hyphenation
Displays a gallery used to insert a bibliography. Found on the References tab
Places a copy of the selected text on the Clipboard, leaving the selected text at its original location. Found on the Home tab.
Displays a gallery of footers. Found on the Insert tab.
Displays a gallery of built-in designs used to add a page number in the document. Found on the Insert tab.
Displays a dialog box used to magnify or reduce
Reverses the last action performed. Found on the Quick Access Toolbar.
Creates an object that contains text but can be moved and sized like a graphic. Found on the Insert tab.
Reduces the size of selected text. Found on the Home tab and on the Mini toolbar.
Increases the size of selected text. Found on the Home tab and on the Mini toolbar.
Adds a page number at the insertion point. Found in Insert > Page Number
Displays a dialog box used to add page numbers and make changes to a citation. Found in the menu displayed by clicking in a citation.
Displays a dialog box used to search a document for search text. Found on the Home tab
Format Page Numbers
Displays a dialog box used to change the formatting of page numbers. Found in Design > Page Number.
Full Screen Reading
A view in which text is larger and word wrap is changed so that fewer words appear on a line. Found on the View tab
Displays options for hyphenating a document. Found on the Page Layout tab
A Microsoft Office application that uses Spreadsheets to calculate, manipulate, and organize data
Is the cell in a worksheet tha t is outlined in black. Data is always entered into this cell.
Is the intersection point of a column and a row; a single location on a spreadsheet.
Horizontal part of a the worksheet grid identified by the numbers 1 to 1,048,576
Vertical part of the worksheet grid identified by the letters A to Z and AA to XFD
Mathematical statement used to calculate a value. A formula must always begin with an equal sign
Displays the cell reference of the active cell. Located at the top of the worksheet
Used to display a worksheet. There are three by default.
Sheets in an Excel workbook
An application used to store and analyze data
Displays the active cell's contents. Located above the cells.
Identifies a column within a worksheet. They are indicated by letters (A, B C)
Identifies a row within a worksheet. They are indicated by numbers (1, 2, 3)
A selection of cells that are highlighted which are adjacent
Allows for more than one line of text within a cell. Found on the Home tab.
The solid square in the lower-right corner of a selected cell that is dragged to copy the contents of a cell to adjacent cells.