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CT Intro AR U 2

CT Intro Arkansas Unit 2 Vocab

QuestionAnswer
Active cell a selected cell in a worksheet
Alignment describes how text is positioned between the left and right margins on a page – left, center, right, or justified
Cell the intersection of a single row and a single column
Chart a graphical representation of worksheet or table data
Clipart prepared pictures and other artwork you can insert into a document
Clipboard a temporary storage area for text and/or graphics that are to be cut or copied and then pasted to another location
Column in a worksheet, columns run down the screen vertically and are identified by a letter across the top of the grid
Copy to duplicate a selection, file, folder, etc
, so that you can place it in another position or location
Crop to trim a graphic
Cut to remove text or graphics from a document, and place it on the clipboard
Database a collection of related information organized for rapid search and retrieval
Default a setting that is automatically used unless another option is chosen
Delete remove the character from the right of the insertion point
Desktop Publishing the process of using a computer to combine text and graphics to create an attractive document
Document a data file in a software application
Edit to change an existing document
Entry data entered into a cell
Field a single piece of information in a database
Field selector a small box or bar that you click to select a column in a table in a database
Font the general shape and style of a set of characters
Footer text and/or graphics appearing at the bottom of each page of a document
Formulas equations used to calculate values in a spreadsheet cell
Graphics – items other than text including photos, clip art, and drawing objects Gridlines nonprinting lines that display on the screen to show the boundary lines of a table
Header text and/or graphics appearing at the top of each page in a document
I-beam the shape the mouse pointer takes when it is positioned on text in a document
Mathematical functions perform calculations that you could do using a scientific calculator
Merge to combine multiple cells into a single cell, usually to create a title or informational text for the worksheet
Orientation determines whether your document will be lengthwise or crosswise on a sheet of paper
Overtype mode in this mode, new text replaces existing characters
Paste to place text or graphics from the clipboard into a document
Preview allows the document to be viewed in full page format to check the layout prior to printing
Query enables you to locate multiple records matching a specified criteria in a single action
Range a selected group of cells
Record a group of fields in a database
Report a database object that allows you to organize, summarize, and print all or a portion of the data in a database
Row in a worksheet rows across the screen horizontally and are identified by numbers at the left of the grid
Save to store a document file on a disk or other storage medium
Scroll to move (using scroll boxes or scroll arrows) through a list, a block of text, a document, or any display larger than the current window or screen
Sizing handles small squares or circles surrounding a graphic or object, indicating that it is selected
Slide design specifies a color scheme, text format, background, bullet style, and graphics for all the slides in a powerpoint presentation
Slide layout the way text and objects are arranged on a presentation slide
Presentations slide shows created using special graphics application software that can be displayed on screen or projected using a projector attached to a computer
Grammar checker checks each sentence in the document, and points out grammatical errors, such as subject and verb agreement, sentence fragments,sentence structure, sentence length, and punctuation
Slide master a template used to make uniform changes to slide characteristics such as background color, repeated graphics or text, font, and text color
Sorting the process of creating a list organized on a specific criterion
Spreadsheet an organized table of financial or other numerical information
Table a file in a relational database management systems or information arranges in rows and columns so readers can easily understand the information
Template a file that contains formatting and text that you can customize to create a new document similar to, but slightly different from, the original
Thesaurus a feature in word processing software that allows you to quickly find alternative words or synonyms for a word in your document
Toggle use the same procedure to turn an option on or off
Transitions determine the changes in the display that occur as you move from one presentation slide to another
Value a single piece of numeric data used in the calculations of a worksheet
View example normal view, print layout view, web layout view, reading layout view and outline view
Word Processing software you use to prepare text documents such as letters, reports, flyers, brochures, and books
Word wrap text automatically moves to the next line when it reaches the right margin
Workbook a collection of related worksheets
Worksheet a grid of rows and columns containing numbers, text, and formulas
Spell checker the process of checking the spelling of words in a document against a dictionary of known words and offering advice on how to make corrections
 

 



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