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MS Office: Week 3 Vocabulary
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A utility that adds specialized functionality to a program.
Individual items of character formatting, such as style or color, which determine how text appears
A small graphic to the left of each item that is in a bulleted list
The space between characters, which can be expanded or contracted so that characters are pushed apart or pulled together.
A variation of a font, such as bold or italic.
A view that displays the content of a document with a simplified layout.
A named set of information, such as a program or data that is created with that program.
A complete set of characters that have the same design.
One of a range of colors that can be applied to text.
An attribute, such as superscript, small capital letters, or shadow, that can be applied to a font.
The size of the characters in a font, in points.
An attribute that changes the appearance of text. The most common font styles are regular (or plain), italic, bold, and bold italic.
A region that is at the bottom of a page whose text can be applied to all or some of the pages that are in a document.
Any piece of art that is used to illustrate or convey information or to add visual interest to a document.
A region that is at the top of a page whose text can be repeated on all or some of the pages that are in a document
A marker on the horizontal ruler that controls the indentation of text from the left or right side of a document
To make all lines of text in a paragraph or column fit the width of the document or column with even margins on each side.
A manual break that forces the text that follows it to the next line.
manual page break
A page break that is inserted to force subsequent information to appear on the next page.
Blank space around the column in which text can flow on the page.
At the bottom of a page, a single line of a paragraph that continues on the next page
In word processing, a block of text of any length that ends when you press ENTER.
Collectively, the settings that are used to vary the look of paragraphs.
A set of formatting that can be applied to the paragraph containing the insertion point by selecting the style from a list.
A scanned photograph, clip art, or another type of image created with a program other than Word.
The unit of measure for expressing the size of characters in a font. One inch equals 72 points.
A break that is inserted so that subsequent information can have different page formatting (such as different orientation) than preceding information.
soft page break
A page break that Word inserts when the text reaches the bottom margin of a page.
A gallery of text formatting that can be applied quickly to paragraphs and characters
A location in the text column where text will align after you press the Tab key to insert a tab character.
A predefined set of text, formatting, and graphics, that is stored in a special type of document that can be used as the basis for other documents.
A predefined set of font and color specifications that can be applied to any document.
Faint text or a graphic that appears in the background of all the pages in a document.
At the top of a page, a single line of a paragraph that continues from the previous page.
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