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Computer Vocab Words
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The creation, storage, and manipulation of text on a computer or word processor.
A standard setting or made of operation.
A window in which you select options that affect the way a program executes a command.
Rectangular area on the screen that displays a program or document.
List of commands or choices.
Text or graphics set up to provide direct connection with a destination.
Located at the bottom of a window; displays date and time.
Located at the top of a window; displays title of program or document.
Number of inches left blank at the left and right, and top and bottom printed pages.
A header or footer is text or graphics that is usually printed at the top or bottom of every page in a document. A header is printed in the top margin; a footer is printed in the bottom margin.
Data arranged in rows and columns.
Software that enables you to visit sites on the World Wide Web.
Dividing a page into vertical sections.
a document or file having a preset format.
The direction in which a document is displayed or printed: The two basic types of page orientation are portrait (vertical) and landscape (horizontal).
Formatting of a paragraph to align with the left or right margins, centered, or both margins.
An instruction to a computer.
A key depressed as another key is struck causing that key to perform a special function.
CPU (Central Processing Unit)
The internal operating unit or "brain" of a computer.
A blinking line on the screen that shows where you are typing.
Formatted information such as a letter memo, report, table, or form.
Name assigned to each file for identification and locating purposes.
Text stored or saved on a disk or drive.
Special keys used alone or in combination with other keys to perform special functions, such as setting margins and centering text.
Pictures or images, located in clip-art or files.
Allows new text to be keyed into existing text.
A feature that allows text to be aligned at the left AND right margins.
The number of blank lines between line of text.
Allows the operator to key successive lines of text without having to strike the Return/Enter key at the end of the line.
A key that when struck causes a the cursor to move to a preset position, as in indenting paragraphs.
Used to describe the page layout or style of text in a word processing document. When you format the layout of a page, you can modify the page size, page margins, and line spacing. When you format the text, you can choose the font and font size,as well as text styles such as bold, underlined, and italics.
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