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Word Processing and Desktop Publishing

The way multiple lines of text line up along the left margin, the right margin, or both margins. Alignment
An on-screen blinking character that shows where the next character will appear. Cursor
The use of a personal computer as an inexpensive production system for creating typeset-quality text and graphics. Desktop publishing (DTP)
The process of updating a word processing document to correct spelling, layout issues, and other items to make the document visually appealing. Editing
The alignment of text along the left margin, leaving a ragged right margin. Flush left
Aligning text along the right margin, leaving a ragged left margin. Flush right
One complete collection of letters, punctuation marks, numbers, and special characters with a consistent and identifiable typeface, weight, posture, and type size. Font
In a document, the format includes margins, the font and alignment used for text, headers, footers, page numbering, and the way that numbers are displayed. Formatting
A program, often a feature of word processing programs, that checks for the correct use of grammar rules by comparing each sentence against a file of grammar rules Grammar checker
The alignment of multiple lines of text along the left margin, the right margin, or both margins. The term justification often is used to refer to full justification, or the alignment of text along both margins. Justification
A page layout in which text and/or graphics are printed across the long edge of the page (same as landscape orientation) Landscape
The vertical or horizontal setup of the printed page (landscape or portrait) Orientation
In typography, a fundamental unit of measurement (72 points equal approximately one inch). Point
An on-screen symbol, usually an arrow, that shows the current position of the mouse. Pointer
The default printing orientation for a page of text in which the height of the page is greater than the width. (same as portrait orientation) Portrait
The slant of the characters in a font. Posture
A program, often a feature of word processing programs, that checks for the correct spelling of words in a document by comparing each word against a file of correctly spelled words. Spell checker
In a program, a document or worksheet that includes the text or formulas needed to create standardized documents. Templates
A program, often a feature of word processing programs, that checks selected words in a document for others words of similar meaning. Thesaurus
The distinctive design of a set of type, distinguished from its weight, posture, and type size. Typeface
The size of a font, measured in points from the top of the tallest ascender to the bottom of the lowest descender. Type size
The overall lightness or darkness of a typeface design, or the gradations of lightness to darkness within a font family. Weight
Using the computer to create, edit, proofread, format, and print documents. Word processing
A feature that causes the word processor to force all text to fit within the defined margins. When you fill one line with text, the word processor automatically jumps to the next line so that you are not required to keep track of line lengths and to p Word wrap
Acronym for what-you-see-is-what-you-get, meaning items are printed as they appear on the screen. (pronounced “wiz-zee-wig”) WYSIWYG
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