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Automatic Correction Features - Corrects Spelling, Completes Spelling, Replaces Abbreviations, Etc. With Correctly Spelled Word(s).
A program that allows you to see what files and folders are located on your computer. Located behind Start Button
Dialog Box Launcher
Arrow at the corner of a menu group that opens a dialog box for further instructions from the user.
The Working Relationship/ Capability Of People And Their Tools (Ie; People And Computers).
Dot Followed By Three/Four Characters At The End Of A File Name To Indicate The File Type.
Displays menu of commands for managing documents and files (open, save, save as, recent, etc.).
Format In Which A File Is Stores; The Program Used To Create The File (i.e. Microsoft Word, Power Point, Excel).
The Flashing Vertical Line That Indicates Where The Next Action Will Occur In An On-Screen Document.
Characters Such As A Tab, Space, Or Enter Mark That Appear On A Document Screen, But Do Not Print To A Hard Copy Of A Document.
Quick Access Tool Bar
Tool Bar that allows fast/quick access to an icon and it's function—Defaulted by user.
A Screen Element That Displays Buttons For Accessing Office Features And Commands.
Tabs At The Top Of Each Ribbon Indicates Category Of Ribbon
A Box Containing Information Regarding An Icon Or Button When The Mouse Is Placed Over The Icon Or Button.
Used to view all formatting used within a document. Formatting commands are non-printing.
Bar Along The Windows Display That Shows Open Programs Or Documents, The Start Button, And Other Information.
Bar That Gives The Name Of A Document And The Program Being Used To Create Or Edit It.
To move the graphical pointer to an on-screen item and press twice and release the mouse
Marker on the screen that moves in response to a mouse or touchpad and tells where the next action will occur. It changes shape depending on the action it will take.
To move the graphical pointer to an on-screen item and press three times and release the mouse
Device that allows control of the movement of the screen pointer (Mouse is a common one)
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