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Section breaks
section is a portion of a document that is separated from the rest of the document by section breaks

Section breaks are formatting marks that you insert in a document to show the end of a section

Types of section breaks
section
function
Next page-Begins a new section and moves the text following the break to the top of the next page
Continuous-Begins a new section on the same page
Even page-Begins a new section and moves the text following the break to the top of the next even- numbered page
Odd page-Begins a new section and moves the text following the break to the top of the next odd- numbered page
Mirror margins
Mirror margins are used in a document with fac-ing pages, such as a magazine, where the margins on the left page of the document are a mirror image of the margins on the right page

mirror margins have inside and outside mar-gins, rather than right and left margins.
Gutter margins
used in documents that are bound, such as books

A gutter adds extra space to the left, top, or inside margin to allow for the binding

Add a gutter to a document by adjusting the setting in the Gutter position text box on the Margins tab
Inside margins
in mirror and gutter margins

mirror- along with outside

gutter- along with left and top
Outside margins
in mirror margins

mirror- along with inside
Hard/soft page breaks
force text onto the next page of a document by using the Breaks command to insert a manual page break ( also called a hard page break)

As you type text in a document, Word inserts an automatic page break ( also called a soft page break) when you reach the bottom of a page, allowing you to continue typing on the next page
Status bar
display of information

customize the status bar to display section information
Table
grid of columns and rows that you can fill with text and graphics
Content control
property is added to the document as a content control and contains the document property information you entered in the Document panel

If you did not assign a document property, the content control contains a placeholder, which you can replace with your own text

Once you replace the placeholder text or edit the document property information that appears in the content control this text replaces the document property information in the Document panel
Column breaks
Forces the text following the break to begin at the top of the next column
Building blocks
customized content that you create, format, and save for future use

reusable pieces of formatted content or document parts, including headers and footers, page numbers, and text boxes, that are stored in galleries

Building blocks include predesigned content that comes with Word, as well as content that you create and save for future use
Reference tab
tab to access references (note references)

note reference mark that appears next to text to indicate that additional information is offered in a footnote or endnote, and the corresponding footnote or endnote text

note reference mark can be a number, a symbol, a character, or a combination of characters
Portrait orientation
means a page is taller than it is wide

default
Landscape orientation
means a page is wider than it is tall
Footnotes
Footnotes and endnotes are used in documents to provide further information, explanatory text, or references for text in a document

A footnote or endnote is an explanatory note that consists of two linked parts: the note reference mark that appears next to text to indicate that additional information is offered in a footnote or endnote, and the corresponding footnote or endnote text

end of each page
Endnotes
Footnotes and endnotes are used in documents to provide further information, explanatory text, or references for text in a document

A footnote or endnote is an explanatory note that consists of two linked parts: the note reference mark that appears next to text to indicate that additional information is offered in a footnote or endnote, and the corresponding footnote or endnote text

end of the document
Row/column
row- Header row (horizontal)

column- (vertical)
Field
a code that serves as a placeholder for data that changes in a document,such as a page number or the current date
Default page settings
default margins are 1" at the top, bottom, left, and right sides of the page

By default, the documents you create in Word use an 81/ 2" 11" paper size in portrait orientation with the default margin settings

By default, a document is formatted as a single section

Widow/ Orphan control setting turned on by default in the Pagination section of the dialog box
This setting ensures that at least two lines of a paragraph appear at the top and bottom of every page
In other words, it prevents a page from beginning with just the last line of a paragraph ( a widow), and prevents a page from ending with only the first line of a new paragraph ( an orphan)
Source Manager dialog box
helps you to organize your sources

use the tools in the Source Manager dialog box to add, edit, and delete sources from the lists, and to copy sources between the Master List and the Current List
Widow/orphan control
Widow/ Orphan control setting turned on by default in the Pagination section of the dialog box

This setting ensures that at least two lines of a paragraph appear at the top and bottom of every page

In other words,

it prevents a page from beginning with just the last line of a paragraph ( a widow)

and prevents a page from ending with only the first line of a new paragraph ( an orphan)
Minimal allowable margins
minimum allowable margin settings depend on your printer and the size of the paper you are using

Word displays a warning message if you set margins that are too narrow for your printer
Inserting page numbers
If you want to number the pages of a multiple- page document, you can insert a page number field to add a page number to each page

insert a page number field so that page numbers will appear centered between the margins at the bottom of each page in the document

you use the Page Number button on the Insert tab to add page numbers to a document, you insert the page number field at the top, bottom, or side of any page, and Word automatically numbers all the pages in the document for you
Headers
text or graphics that appears at the top of every page of a document

In longer documents, headers and footers often contain the title of the publication or chapter, the name of the author, or a page number

You can add headers and footers to a document by double- clicking the top or bottom margin of a document to open the Header and Footer areas, and then inserting text and graphics into them

You can also use the Header or Footer command on the Insert tab to insert predesigned headers and footers that you can modify to include your information

You create a header that includes the name of the report
Footers
text or graphics that appears at the bottom of every page

In longer documents, headers and footers often contain the title of the publication or chapter, the name of the author, or a page number

You can add headers and footers to a document by double- clicking the top or bottom margin of a document to open the Header and Footer areas, and then inserting text and graphics into them

You can also use the Header or Footer command on the Insert tab to insert predesigned headers and footers that you can modify to include your information

You create a header that includes the name of the report.
Cell
the box formed by the intersection of a column and a row
Header/footer design tab
if headers and footers are open

if headers and footers are open, click the Quick Parts button in the Insert group on the Header & Footer Tools Design tab