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The name of the Microsoft Word 2010 feature that offers an optional display showing symbols indicating a tab, space or use of the Enter key.
Choose the View ribbon and select the Print Layout option
The proper method for viewing a document in Print Layout.
The Home ribbon in the Paragraph group
Where the commands that adjust paragraph and line spacing in a document are located.
The command on the Page Layout ribbon that enables the user to control the way the document prints on the page.
Refers to moving the information to the right from the current location (also sometimes called demote).
The command on the View Ribbon that enables the document to be viewed as it would appear on a webpage.
Characters, sometimes called nonprinting characters, that Word 2010 display on the screen but not in a printed document.
Header & Footer
The group that contains the command to place text at the bottom edge of each printed page of a document.
Double-click the dimmed document text
A quick way to close the Header or Footer view in a Word 2010 document.
The type of paragraph formatting that forces the first line into a position to the left of the rest of the paragraph.
The ribbon that contains the command to change the preset margin settings in a Word 2010 document.
The group on the Home Ribbon that contains commands to control the placement of text in a document.
The term that refers to a location on the horizontal ruler that directs Word 2010 to position the insertion point when the Tab key is pressed.
Page Layout Ribbon/Page Setup group
The location of the command for modifying a document's margin settings located.
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