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Comp App 1 Word Ch 3 Lessons 20-22

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Case
the specific use of upper or lowercase letters
Document Properties
categories of information about a document
Keywords
important words found in a document
Metadata
data about data; aka document properties
Gutter
space added to the margin to leave room for binding
Landscape Orientation
positioning document text so it displays/prints across the longer side of a page
Margins
the amount of white space between text and the edge of the page on either side
Portrait Orientation
page orientation in which data prints across the shorter side of a page
Section
in Word, a segment of a document defined by a section break; may have different page formatting from the rest of the document
Word Count
number of words in a document or selection
Bibliography
a list of sources
Citation
reference to a source of information
Common Knowledge
facts that can be found by many, at least 3, independent sources and are known by a lot of people
Copyright
the exclusive right to perform, display, copy, or distribute an artistic work or form of expression
Endnote
an explanation or reference to additional material, prints at the bottom of a document
Fair Use Doctrine
part of copyright law that provides for the limited use of copyright work without permission
Footnote
an explanation or reference to additional material, prints at the bottom of a page
Hard Page Break
a nonprinting character inserted to force the start of a new page
Note Reference Mark
a number or character inserted in the document to refer to footnote/endnote text
Note Text
the text of the footnote or endnote citation
Orphan
the first line of a paragraph printed at the bottom of a page
Pagination
the system used for numbering pages in a document. In Word, it also means using features to control the way paragraphs and lines break at the top of a page
Plagiarism
the unauthorized use of another person's ideas or creative work without giving credit to that person
Soft Page Break
the location where Word automatically starts a new page because the current page is full
Widow
the last line of a paragraph printed along the top of a page