16 terms

Microsoft Word Basics

Word Lesson 1
Draft view
Displays only the text of a document without showing the arrangement of the text; if your document includes any pictures, they would not appear.
Full Screen Reading view
View that removes the Ribbon and the status bar from the screen. It leaves only the document and, in place of the Ribbon, a small bar called a toolbar that contains buttons for performing commands.
Insertion point
Text appears in a document at this point.
Landscape orientation
Documents appear wider than they are long.
Outline view
Displays headings and text in outline form so you can see the structure of your document and reorganize easily.
Portrait orientation
Documents appear longer than they are wide.
Print Layout view
Shows how a document will look when it is printed.
Quick Access Toolbar
Use the Save button on this toolbar to save a document for the first
Contains commands for working with the document, organized by tabs.
Status bar
Displays information about the current document and process.
A small bar that appears in Full Screen Reading view that contains buttons for performing commands.
View buttons
Used to switch between views; located at the bottom-right of the document window.
Web Layout view
Simulates the way a document will look when it is viewed as a Web page;
text and graphics appear the way they would in a Web browser.
Word processing
The use of computer software to enter and edit text.
Word wrap
If the text you are typing extends beyond the right margin, it automatically moves to the next line.
Feature used to magnify and reduce your document on the screen.