Semester 1 Final Review
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print layout view
Default view in word.
A character that Word displays on the screen but is not visible on a printed document.
involves reducing the electricity consumed and environmental waste generated when using a computer
an explanatory note exists at the bottom of the page
works cited page
a list of sources that are referenced directly in a research paper
modified block style
The letter style that has the date, complimentary close, signature block are positioned approximately one-half inch to the right of center or the right margin.
An object in a document that can be repositioned as if it were a character in the line of text
an object that can be positioned at a specific location in a document or in a layer over or behind text in a document
no spacing style
The style used when creating a business letter
Text between headline and signature line. The description, often includes bullet points.
Appear somewhat thicker and darker than other characters
Default font for body text
12 complementary colors for text, background, accents, and links
Dragging text to new location and inserting it there
First line of text on the document. Usually the biggest font. Bold, big, and colorful.
Another term for formatting mark
Shadows, reflections, glow, soft edges, bevel, and 3-D rotation
Colored area behind text or graphics
means success, victory, enthusiasm, and creativity
means danger, power, energy or related to sports
file type for word 2010
default style in word
default size in word
Defines the appearance and shape of the letters, numbers, and special characters.
allows you to coordinate visual elements
enlarging and reducing the size
of a graphic
small squares and circles around a selected graphic
contents of a letterhead
Legal name of individual or company, mailing address, phone number, and web address or e-mail.
appearance of a letterhead
Easy to read fonts, colors that match the company or individual goals, large font for company or individual name.
a graphic creating in word. Example: shapes such as rectangles, clouds, banners, etc.
examples of floating objects
wrap text with: square, tight, top and bottom, behind text, in front of text.
first element of a business letter. Includes the month, day, and year.
2nd element of a business letter. Contains the address for the person who will receive the letter. Includes persons full name, job title, business, and full address.
3rd element of a business letter. The name of the person who will receive the letter. Use a colon (:) at the end of the name.
4th element of a business letter. Includes paragraphs, bullets, tables,
5th element of the business letter. Example: sincerely, thank you.
6th element of the business letter. Room for the author to sign. Includes the author's name and title.
Found on the horizontal ruler and tells Word where to position the insertion point when you press TAB.
All components of the letter start at the left margin
modified semi-block style
The date line, complimentary close, and signature block move to the 4 inch tab stop. Each paragraph is indented at a 1/2 inch.
special space character that prevents two words from splitting if the first word falls at the end of a line.
Where you can store text and graphics to use frequently
Includes requests, inquires, confirmations, acknowledgements, etc.
times new roman
MLA Font Size
automatic page break
Automatically inserted when you exceed one page
Text printed at the top of each page. In MLA should include last name page number
A ruler that displays along the top edge of the document window
manual page break
Forced into a document at a specific location
Modern Language Association of America
A documentation style used in a wide range of disciplines
note reference marks
Signals that an explanatory note exists
Claiming someone else's work to be your own
Looking for errors
A word with a similar meaning
A book of synonyms