Word Expert 2016 Lesson 5

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bookmark
An invisible pointer that you insert in a document.
building blocks
Built-in reusable content such as text, graphics, and objects that can be easily managed and inserted in a document for a quick format.
cross-reference
A reference to some other spot in the document. It can be a bookmark (like the one you created in the preceding exercise), or a numbered item, heading, bookmark, footnote, endnote, equation, figure, or table.
Digital signature
A code digitally signed by a company or person.
field
A placeholder where Word inserts content in a document. Word automatically uses fields when specific commands are activated, such as those for inserting dates, page numbers, and a table of contents.
field codes
Another name for field. Appear between curly brackets ({ }) when displayed.
hacker
A person who writes vicious macros with viruses.
macro
A series of command to automate a task.
Quick Parts
An umbrella term for a group of Word 2016 tools that enable you to insert preconfigured content anywhere in a document.
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