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Formatting & Editing Skills Vocabulary
Computer Skills and Applications Word Processing- Basics and Business Correspondence
Terms in this set (38)
The way multiple lines of text line up along the left, right, or both margins.
Bullets and Numbering
A word processing feature used to arrange items in a list with each item beginning with a bullet or number.
The alignment of text between both margins, leaving a jagged left and right margin.
The temporary storage location for text or graphics that have been cut or copied.
The word processing feature that allows text or graphics to be copied to another location within a document.
The on-screen blinking character that shows where the next character will appear.
The word processing feature that removes text or graphics to be copied to another location within the document.
When 1 blank line is left between lines of text; striking the Enter key 2 times.
The process of updating a document to make changes, correct errors, and make it visually appealing.
A specific design for a collection of letters, numbers, and symbols.
Allows you to type information below the bottom margin of each page in a document.
The way text appears, for example: bold, underline, all caps, with color.
Allow you to quickly access frequently used functions.
The word processing feature that checks selected words in a document for grammatical errors.
Allows you to type information above the top margin of each page of a document.
When text is centered between the left and right margins, commonly used when creating invitations, announcements, and title pages.
The alignment of text along the left and right margin, leaving no jagged edges.
The page orientation in which the width of the page is great than the height.
The alignment of text along the left margin, leaving a jagged right margin.
The spacing between lines of text within a document.
The blank space at the top, bottom, left, and right of a document where you cannot type.
Provides you with a menu of options to use when creating a document.
Allow you to operate the computer without a mouse.
The direction in which you can print on a page (portrait or landscape).
The word processing feature that places text or graphics that have been cut or copied in a new location within a document.
The page orientation in which the height of the page is greater than the width.
When 3 blank lines are left between lines of text; striking the Enter key 4 times.
The alignment of text along the right margin, leaving a jagged left margin.
Allow you to scroll through a document that is too big to fit on one page.
When no blank lines are left between lines of text; striking the Enter key 1 time.
The word processing feature that checks your document for incorrectly spelled words, similar to an electronic dictionary.
The word processing feature that allows you to find words with similar meanings (synonyms) for the text within a document.
Displays the filename of a document.
Provide you with buttons that allow you to access frequently used commands.
When 2 blank lines are left between lines of text; striking the Enter key 3 times.
When text is centered between the top and bottom margin, commonly used when creating invitations, announcements, and title pages.
Application software that is used to create text documents such as letters, memos, and reports.
The automatic wrapping feature of text from the end of one line to the beginning of the next line without having to press the Enter key.
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