A formatting feature that affects how a font looks, such as a style, the color, or an effect
A feature that copies format attributes such as colors, borders, and fill effects from an object, text or cell in order to apply the same formatting to another object, text or cell.
First line Indent
A description of the indent in a paragraph when only the first line of text in the paragraph is indented
A description of the indent in a paragraph when the first line of text is not indented but all of the following lines in the paragraph are
Inside Margin (Gutter Margin)
The right margin on a left page and the left margin on the right page when a document is set up with mirrored margins. Also called gutter margin.
To format a paragraph so the text is distributed evenly across the page between the left and right margins and both the left and right edges of the paragraph are aligned at the margins.
Margins on the left and right pages that are identical ("mirror" each other) when facing each other; usually used in books and magazines
A list with two or more levels of bullets or numbering. Also called outline numbered list.
Negative Indent (Outdent)
A description of an indent in a paragraph in which the left indent marker is past the left margin also called outdent
The left margin on the left page and the right margin on the right page when a document is set up with mirrored margins
Tab Stop (Tab)
An indicator in a paragraph that marks the place where the insertion point will stop when you press the Tab key. Also called tab.
A special type of label in a drawing that consists of a text box with an attached line to point to something in the drawing
Graphics that are stored in the Clip Organizer or available online that you can insert in any presentation
An object in a document that acts as if it were sitting in a separate layer on the page and can be repositioned anywhere on the page
A picture that helps illustrate the meaning of the text and make the page more attractive; graphics include predefined shapes, diagrams, charts, as well as photographs and drawings.
An object in a document that can be repositioned as if it were a character in the line of text
Anything that appears on the screen that you can select and work with as a whole, such as a shape, picture or chart
A green circle that appears connected to a selection rectangle around an object and that you can drag to rotate the object
Text set off from the main body of text in a text box that provides additional information for the reader