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Word 2010

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Print Layout
The default word view that most closely resembles how your document will look when printed
Draft
Displays only the text of a document without showing the arrangement of text (no pictures will appear)
Document Protection
locking, or password protecting the contents of a document from unauthorized viewing or editing.
Template
a feature that includes pre-made documents that allow the user to fill-in-the blanks to create new documents, such as calendars, invoices, reports, resumes, etc.; enhances user's efficiency and creativity
Margins
blank spaces between the edge of the paper and the printed text
Find and Replace
search for a word or phrase in the document and change to new/different text
Go To
To jump to a specific location in a file.
Indent
the space left between the margin and the start of an indented line
First-Line Indent
the paragraph format in which the first line indents more than the following lines
Hanging Indent
a paragraph format in which the first full line of text is not indented but the following lines are indented
Tab Stop
a formatting feature that allows the user to control where a line of text will be entered and how the text will be aligned; so that when the tab key is pressed, the insertion point will move to that location
Leaders
a line of dots or dashes used to draw the eye across a printed page, such as a table of contents
Line Spacing
The amount of space between lines of text
Single-spaced
format where no blanks lines are left in-between lines of text
Table
a set of data arranged in rows and columns, similar to a spreadsheet
Formatting
overall look of a document
Theme
a coordinated set of fonts, styles, and colors
Quick Parts
items you can insert include fields, such as current date, author, title, will update automatically
Page Layout Tab
Contains the following groups: Themes, Page Setup, Page Background, Paragraph and Arrange
Home Tab
primary tab-- contains the more frequently used commands
Quick Access Toolbar
A toolbar located in the upper-left corner of the program window, which displays the Save, Undo, and Repeat buttons by default but can be customized to include any command.
Mail Merge
is a feature that allows a user to create mass mailings of letters, mailing labels, and other documents and personalize the information in each
Insert Tab
A tab that allows use to insert objects in the document, such as pictures, cover pages, header/footer, and page numbers
References Tab
Contains these groups: Tables of Contents, Footnotes, Citations & Bibliography, Captions, Index and Table of Authorities
Review Tab
Proofing, Language translator, Comments, Tracking, Changes, Compare, Protect, OneNote links
Mailings Tab
consists of the groups for creating envelopes and labels, starting a mail merge, writing and inserting fields and viewing the results of your actions
Paragraph Dialog Box
contains line and page break options to control pagination
Endnotes
Complete documentation for a reference, formatted with superscripted numbers, which is placed at the end of the document; To insert them, click the References Tab
Footnotes
Complete documentation for a reference, formatted with superscripted numbers, which is placed at the bottom of the same page and preceded by a divider line; To insert them, click the References Tab
Hyperlink
a shortcut that allows you to jump to another location in another workbook, a file on your hard drive or network, or an Internet address
Comments
is a feature used to add editorial remarks to a document; To insert them, click the Review tab
Auto Correct
Corrects common capitalization, spelling, grammar, and typing errors as you type; The options for this can be changed by clicking the File tab and then Options, and Proofing.
Backstage View
A view that replaces the file menu that appeared in previous versions of Office. (In Office 2007, this menu was available from the Microsoft Office Button in the upper-left corner of the ribbon.)