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Microsoft Word 1 Voc

an acronym that stands for "What You See Is What You Get" and allows you to see what the final document will look like. WYSIWYG
the blinking vertical line that shows where your text/object will be inserted also called insertion point. cursor
the bar that runs across the top of the screen that lists the name of the document as well as the name of the program. Title Bar
is located next to the W, in the upper left hand corner. Quick Access Toolbar
is the row of tools that has replaced the various toolbars and Menu Bars that were found in earlier versions of Microsoft Office. Ribbon
the sliding bars found along the right and bottom of the screen, allowing you to see other parts of a long document. scroll bars
the bar at the bottom of the Microsoft Work window that displays the page number, word count, layout options, and zoom slider. Status Bar
erases text to the left of the cursor Backspace key
erases text to the right of the cursor. Delete key
text that appears at the bottom of every page of a document. footer
text that appears at the top of every page of a document. header
Created by: lisafredee