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Comp. Apps Word part 1

STUDY
PLAY
DRAFT VIEW
a way of viewing a document on the screen that shows only the text, you don't see headers and footers, margins, columns or graphics
FULL SCREEN READING VIEW
a way of viewing a document on the screen that shows text on the screen in a form that is easy to read
INSERTION POINT
A blinking vertical line that shows where text will appear when you begin typing
LANDSCAPE ORIENTATION
A page or worksheet rotated so it is wider than it is long.
OUTLINE VIEW
A way of viewing a document on screen that displays headings and text in outline form so you can see the structure of your document and reorganize easily; headers and footers, page boundaries, graphics, and background's do not appears.
PORTRAIT ORIENTATION
A page or worksheet rotated so it is longer then it is wide.
PRINT LAYOUT VIEW
The most common way of viewing a document on screen.
QUICK ACCESS TOOLBAR
The device in the left hand corner that can be easily reached for quick access for commonly used task such as save or save as.
RIBBON
an area at the top of an Office program window that contains commands for working with the open file; the commands are organized under tabs
STATUS BAR
A bar at the bottom of the program window that provides information about the current files and process.
TOOLBAR
A small bar that appears at the top or bottom of a window instead of on the ribbon; it displays buttons you can click to quickly choose a command.
VIEW BUTTONS
In an office program window, buttons that you can click to change views quickly.
WEB LAYOUT VIEW
a way of viewing a document on screen that 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, and backgrounds are visible
WORD PROCESSING
The use of a computer and software to enter the edit text and produce documents such as letters,memos,forms, and reports
WORD WRAP
a feature in word that automatically wraps words around to the next line when they will not fit on the current line
ZOOM
The percentage the file is magnified or reduced on the screen; 100% zoom represents the normal size; higher than that means the document appears larger on the screen; lower means smaller
In full screen reading view, which of the following is visible?
Toolbar
Which dialog box do you use to save a file for the first time?
Save As
What does dragging the zoom slider to the left do?
reduces the size of the doc on the screen
The feature that causes text you type to automatically move to the next line when it does not fit on the current line is called ___
Word Wrap
Commands for working with the document are organized into on the ____
Ribbon
_____ view shows how a document will look when it is printed answer
Print Layout
The _________ shows where text will appear when you begin typing.
Insertion Point
Pressing Enter starts a new _________ in a document.
Paragraph
Documents printed in ______ orientation are wider then they are tall.
Landscape
______ can help you organize files on disks.
Folders
T/F When the pointer is positioned in the document window, it takes the shape of the I-beam pointer
True
T/F Word provides seven different views, including Web Layout View.
False
T/F Pressing delete deletes the character immediately to the left of the insertion point.
False
T/F Pressing Ctrl+Home moves moves the insertion point to the begging of the document.
True
T/F You can preview a document on the Preview tab in Backstage view.
False, it's the print tab.