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A character that indicates a paragraph, tab, or space on your screen, but that does not print when you print a Word document.
The color of the wavy line that indicates a potential spelling error.
The color of the wavy line that indicates a potential grammar error.
Manual page break
Forces a page to end, and places subsequent text at the top of the next page.
Graphics and images included with Microsoft Office or obtained from other sources.
A technology that shows the result of applying a formatting change as you point to it.
A unit of measurement for font sizes.
Automatically moves text from the right edge of a paragraph to the beginning of the next line as necessary to fit within the margins.
A reserved area for text, graphics, and fields that displays at the top of each page in a document.
A category of data-such as a file name, the page number, or the current date-that can be inserted into a document.
The space between the text and the top, bottom, left, and right edges of the paper when you print the document.
First line indent
The position of the first line a paragraph relative to the text in the rest of the paragraph.
The equivalent of a blank line of text displayed between each line of text in a paragraph.
The vertical distance above and below each paragraph in a document.
A command that locates text in a document.
A command that copies formatting from one place to another .
The type of list used for items that are in chronological or sequential order.
A reference added to the end of a section or document.
A list of sources displayed on a separate page at the end of a report.
The command used to display changes made in the Source Manager to a source listed in the bibliography.
The feature used to change a picture to a floating object so that it can be moved independently of a paragraph.
The type of sizing handle used to resize a picture proportionally.
The formatting feature that makes a picture's edges appear to fade into the picture.
A specific location in the document, marked on the Word ruler, to which you can move using Tab key.
A series of characters that form a solid, dashed, or dotted line that fills the space preceding a tab stop.
Information presented in rows and columns to summarize and present data effectively and efficiently.
A set of predefined table formats.
When you create a table using the Insert tab, the table columns will all be of this width.
With the insertion point in the last cell in the table, the key used to create a new row at the bottom of the table.
The command used to make the size of the table columns reflect the data in the columns.
In mail merge, the command used to modify all labels based on changes made to the original label.
In the Columns gallery, the command that displays the columns dialog box.
A style displayed on the Ribbon.
A set of decorative formats that make text stand out in a document.
A portion of a document that can be formatted differently from the rest of the document.
A format that makes a paragraph stand out form the rest of the text.
A set of images, photographs, videos and sound provided by Microsoft that is available on your computer or online.
To move an object in small increments by selecting the object, and then pressing one of the arrow keys.
Text that reserves space in a SmartArt shape but does not print.
A feature that combines a main document an a data source to create customized letters or tables.