Word Processing Terminology
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the movement of the text to the next line when typing goes beyond the right margin.
a tool within Microsoft Office that allows you to manipulate text in a variety of different, graphical ways.
the process of creating, editing and printing a computer written text document
a feature that corrects commonly misspelled words automatically as they are typed.
a small graphic, commonly a large dot, that starts each item in a list.
the pattern, color, or texture in a graphic object or text
a set of characters that all use the same basic design.
a way to change the appearance of text such as bold, italics, underline etc.
the size of a font, usually expressed as a number of points.
text or graphics that are printed on every page or selection, usually at the bottom but can be anywhere on a page.
text or graphics that are printed on every page or section, usually at the top but can be anywhere on a page
a term used to describe page orientation, where the page is wider than it is tall.
the default editing view which is usually used to write and edit documents.
a help that answers questions for the Microsoft Office suite of programs.
a storage area that allows the user to temporarily store snippets of information, and retrieve them later.
a view that shows the structure of a document which consists of headings and body text.
the way in which pages are laid out tin a printed document.
a measure of the size of text for a font.
a page orientation where the page is taller than it is wide.
Print Layout View
a view that shows how a document will appear when it is printed.
spelling and grammar checker
a feature that attempts to check and correct errors in spelling and grammar that the writer may have missed.
a collection of formatting choices that can be applied throughout a document.
a unified look in a document that incorporates heading and text styles.
refers to the position of lines in a paragraph in relation to the documents left and right margins.
pre-designed images that can be placed within a document.
boxes that are placed around text, pages, and tables. They add emphasis or decoration to the enclosed data.
Crop describes the editing of a graphic by trimming off unwanted portions of the image.
means standard setting that are used in Word unless you are asked to use other setting.
forcing Word to end a paragraph and move to the next line by pressing ENTER.
the areas that border the printed portion of a page along its top, sides, and bottom.
used in conjunction with other keys and mouse actions to capitalize letters and perform various commands and functions.
a panel for moving the display horizontally or vertically within a window.
when you want to save a current document under a new name or store it in a different folder or disk while also keeping the original version.
show you the name of the current document and contains the standard Windows control button.
places a line beneath selected text.
click to open a menu
contains commands, organized tabs
shows where text will be typed
switching between two options.
command reverses an undo action.
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