A note at the end of the document or section that is used to cite references or to give more information.
Text that appears at the bottom (foot) of every page.
A note at the bottom of the page used to cite references or give more information.
Full screen view
A view that displays a document with all of the Word toolbars, task panes, and other screen items removed.
Navigation tool that lets you move through a document in a specified way. You can, for example, go to item such as pages, sections, or headings, or move up or down a specific number of lines in the text.
Text that appears at the top of evey page.
To move through your document to a particular location.
The view of a document that displays the text, indented to show the heading level.
The place where one printed page aend and the next begins. A soft page break is when Word automatically moves text to a new page. A hard page break is a break inserted by the user to force text to a new page.
Reading Layout view
The view of a document that maximeizes the viewing area for reading.
A formal document used to communicate information.
A portion of a document that can have different formatting from the rest of the document.
A break that you insert to start a new section.
Select Browse Object
A button that lets you choose how to move through a document. Youc can, for example, browse by page, section, heading, footnote, or endnote.
Table of contents
A list of the topids in a document, along with their page numbers.
The space between the margins and the edge of the page.
The command that counts the number of words, characters, and paragraphs in a document or selection of text.