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A computer program that provides a particular set of system or business related function
Ascending Sort Order
Arrangement that places items in first-to-last or lowest-to highest order, such as from A to Z.
Group of ready-made shapes that are grouped by category: lines, connectors, basic shapes, block arrows, flowchart symbolos, stars and banners, callouts.
Type of graphic filee that is composed of series of small dots. Photographs are bitmaps files.
A section of computer memory used to temporarily hold data that has been cut of copied for transfer to another document of location within a document
Desktop Publishing (DTP)
Programs which gives precise control of where and how text and graphics appear on the page. (Publisher)
Shapes, such as squares, circles, stars, banners, arrows, that you can draw and modify in Word
Arranges the appearance of the document by selecting the typeface, font size, spacing of lineds and words, etc.
To create a relationship between the data in a destination file and its source file so that when the data is changed in one file, the other file is updated automatically
1024 kilobytes historically. For data storage devicee and telecommmunication a megabyte is one million (1,000,000)
URL (Universal Serial Bus)
Combination of letters, number, and symbols that make up the address of a site on the World Wide Web.
Unused space in a page layout that provides the neccessary contras for text and graphics
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