Tech Fnds. Unit 6
Terms in this set (42)
The arrangement of text and images on a page.
the type format in which the letter is made to appear extra thick and dark.
Portion of computer memory that temporarily holds data.
A character or symbol used to itemize lists or emphasize points.
Collection of ready-made drawings and illustrations available in different topics.
A temporary storage area that holds text and graphics.
To duplicate data or text.
The act of "cutting" part of a graphic image.
Removing text from one location in a document with the intention of inserting it at another.
A preset condition of the software that the software uses if no other option is selected.
To remove an item or value from a document.
The ability to make the printed word more attractive using the computer and specialized software.
Key that, when pressed, moves the text insertion point to the start of the next line.
Command that initiates a search for a specific item in a document.
A print typeface or style of characters displayed on the screen or printed to paper.
To put selected text or an entire document into a given form; the form itself.
The white space between columns.
The "dots" surrounding a selected object indicating that it is in edit mode..
Indicates current position where text will be inserted or corrections can be made.
The process of bringing text or graphics into an application from another source.
To place characters in between existing characters.
Text format in which characters take on a slanted appearance.
The placement of text relative to the margins.
The overall appearance of a publication.
Border on the left, right, top, or bottom of a document.
The information included in the top portion of a newsletter.
A single line of a paragraph which appears at the top of a page or column.
The process of returning text or graphics to the page after they have been cut or copied.
A command that exchanges one word or symbol for another.
Graphic device from which a user can set tabs and margins and perform other functions.
Plain font, without hooks or lines, used for headlines.
Command that stores the document currently in memory to disk under a new name.
Font that adds hooks or lines to the shape of the letter.
Oblong key at the bottom of a keyboard which, when pressed, adds a space at the text insertion point.
Distance between characters, lines, fields, or cells in a document.
Word processing option that checks a document for spelling errors and offers correcting alternatives.
Key that, when pressed, moves the text insertion point to a different place in the current line.
Type (Font) Size
Height of a text character measured in points or pixels.
Text format in which selected text is underlined.
The blank space between text and graphics on a page.
A single line of a paragraph which appears at the bottom of a page or column.
A word processing feature in which text is automatically continued from one line of the text to the next.