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MS Word Key Terms
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Predesigned document parts that are reusable.
Symbols that mark the beginning of each entry in a list.
The intersection of a row and a column.
Letters, numbers, symbols, punctuation marks, and spaces.
A graphical representation of numeric data that can be inserted into Word.
Ready-made artwork, usually created with a computer, that is used to illustrate documents.
An area of memory that temporarily stores a cut or copied selection.
To print pages in order.
A way to format text where it flows from the bottom of one column to the top of the next.
A small program within a placeholder that saves the content entered in the placeholder and displays it automatically in all locations in the document using that same placeholder.
Duplicating a selection so you can paste it into another position.
The first page of a document that provides introductory information about the document, such as the title, author, and date.
To remove unwanted parts of a picture by dragging cropping handles on the sides and corners of the picture.
Removing a selection from a position.
Written information that can be printed on paper or distributed electronically.
To press and hold the mouse button and move the mouse.
Using the mouse to move or copy a selection to a new location.
Shapes, curves, and lines created with Word that become part of the document, rather than being a separate file.
A large initial capital letter or a large first word used to add interest to text, such as at the beginning of a document.
Indenting only the first line of a paragraph.
A picture that can be positioned so that text can wrap around and flow in front of or behind it.
The design of a set of letters and numbers.
Text or graphics that prints in the bottom margin of each page in a document.
Indenting all the lines from the left except the first one.
Text or graphics that prints in the top margin of each page in a document.
The shape of the mouse pointer when you slide it over text.
The space between text and the margin.
An object that moves with the text around it.
A blinking vertical bar that signals where any text you type will appear.
Horizontal page orientation.
A dotted, dashed, or solid line used to fill the empty space before a tab stop.
A series of related words, numbers, or phrases.
Areas of white space that border the text on the edges of a page.
An indent that extends into the left margin; also called an outdent.
Spaces, paragraph marks, tabs, and other symbols within a document.
A single line that displays at the bottom of a page.
Lines that frame the page.
A command that ends a page and starts a new one.
Any amount of text or other items followed by a paragraph mark.
Placing text into another position.
A digital photograph or image stored on your computer or network.
Text in brackets, within a template, that tells you where to insert new text.
A measurement for the height of characters.
Vertical page orientation.
A type of building block made up of an image and/or text that you can create, save, and reuse.
A picture of a computer screen or part of a screen, such as a window or button.
Small circles and squares at the sides and corners of the graphic.
A predesigned diagram made up of shapes containing text that illustrates a concept or idea.
Rearranging selected text, numbers, or dates alphabetically, numerically, or chronologically.
A set of character or paragraph formats stored with a name.
Used to align or position text in a document.
A grid of horizontal rows and vertical columns of numbers, text, or graphics.
A master copy, or model, for a certain type of document.
A container for text that can be positioned and modified like a graphic in a document.
The flow of text around the edges of an object.
Sets of formatting choices that include colors, fonts, and effects that were predesigned to work well together.
Small pictures of each document page.
Text or a graphic that appears behind text in a document.
A single line that displays at the top of a page.
Word processing software
Programs that let you insert and manipulate text and graphics to create all kinds of professional-looking documents.
Feature that automatically wraps text to the next line within a paragraph when you enter new text.
A drawing tool that turns text characters into graphic images.
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