31 terms

Word Lesson 3 - Tables

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List
Allows the summation of information in an organized way.
Numbered List
Sequences information.
Bulletted List
Used to emphasize points of information that do not need sequencing.
Multilevel List
Bulleted, numbered or an outline.
Sort
Allows one to rearrange a bulleted list or, text in a numbered list, in alphabetic or reverse alphabetic order.
Alphabetic order
Ascending
Reverse alphabetic order
Descending
Agenda
A plan or list of things to be done. Often used with a committee, council or board.
Type an * plus space bar or tab
creates a bulleted list
After a list has been created, press __________ and a new bullet or number appears automatically on the next line.
ENTER
To end a list press __________________
ENTER twice.
Table
Organizes information into columns and rows.
Rows
Run horizontally
Columns
Run vertically
Merge
Removes vertical lines between cells and creates a single larger cell.
Split
Divides the space of a single cell.
Minutes
Summary of points discussed and decided upon at a meeting.
Name the two contextual tabs of Tables
Layout and Design
How can I move from cell to cell in a table?
tab, shift tab, arrows, mouse
Tabs
Stopping points for an insertion point.
Left Tab
L on the indicator - Aligns left
Center Tab
Upside down T on the indicator - Centers at the tab set.
Right Tab
Backward L on the indicator - Aligns at the right of the tab stop -moves text to the left.
Decimal Tab
Upside down T with a dot on the indicator - Aligns at the decimal in numbers.
Bar Tab
Vertical line on the indicator - Doesn't align text. Instead it creates a vertical line between columns.
Leader
A series of dotted, dashed or solid lines that connect one column to another. Use in a table of contents.
Control + tab
Advances the insertion point to a tab stop set within a cell.
Control + Y
Repeats the last action.
F9
Updates a formula
Itinerary
Details the travel arrangements, meeting schedule, and contact information for a trip.
Default tab set distance
1/2 inch