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draft view
a way of viewing a document on screen that shows only text of a document; you dont see headers and footers, margins,columns, or graphics.
insertion point
a blinking vertical line that shows were text will appear when you begin typing.
office button
a button that opens a menu with commands for working with files including commands for opening, saving,printing,and creating new files.
outline view
a way of viewing a document on screen that displays heading and text in outline form so you can see the structure of your document and re organize easily;headers and footers, page boundaries, graphics, and background do not appear.
print layout view
the most common way of viewing a document on screen; it shows how a document will look when it is printed, and you can work with headers and footers, margins, columns and graphics, which are all displayed.
close button
window button that closes the open window or app.
contextual tab
a tab that appears on the ribbon only when you select certain items in a file, and contains commands related to that item.
gallery
a list of options available for a command.
menu
a list of related commands.
microsoft office
a collection of software programs.
program window
The rectangle that contains the open program, tools for working with the file, and work area.
ribbon
an area at the top of an office program window that contains commands for working with the open file; the commands are organized under tabs.
tab
a section of the ribbon that contains related commands.
task pane
a window along the left side of the program window that contains options and commands.
quick acess toolbar
A small customizable toolbar located at the top of the screen with buttons for common commands such as save and undo.
web layout view
a way of viewing a document on screen that simulates the way a document will look when it is viewed as a web page, text and graphics appear the way they would in a web browser, and backgrounds are visible.
full screen reading view
a way of a document on screen that shows text on a screen form that is easy to read.
landscape orientation
paper is wider than it is long
portrait orientation
documents printed are longer than they are wide
print preview
A feature that allows the user to view a document onscreen and make necessary formatting changes prior to printing it
view buttons
in an office button program window, buttons that you can click to change quickly.
word processing
The use of software application to create, edit, format, print and save text-based documents, such as letters, reports, and memos
word wrap
automatically wraps your text to the next line when you get to the end of a line of text
zoom
the percentage the file is magnified or reduced on the screen; 100% zoom represents the normal size; percentages higher than that means the document appears larger on screen; percentages lower than that means the document appears smaller on screen.
zoom slider
a bar in the lower right corner of an office program window that you can use to increase or decrease the size of the document.
status bar
bar at the bottom of the program window that provides information about the current file and process.