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AR Unit 3 KB Terms

AR Unit 3 Keyboarding Terms

TermDefinition
To switch something around Transpose
Marks made to a draft copy indicating errors that need to be corrected Proofreaders Marks
To add characters or words to a document Insert
To add space between characters or words Insert Space
To insert a period at the end of sentence Insert Period
To move characters or words up in a document Move Up
To move characters or words down in a document Move Down
To move characters or words to the left from their current position in a document Move Left
To move characters or words to the right from their current position in a document Move Right
To spell something out, do NOT abbreviate (this is not indicating a "misspelled" word) (Example: Bldg vs Building, or St vs Street) Spell Out
To make characters or words darker to add emphasis Bold
To close a gap between characters or words (delete extra space) Close-up
To begin a new paragraph New Paragraph
To remove characters or words from a document Delete
To make characters or words uppercase Capitalize
To make characters or words lowercase Lowercase
the person to whom you are sending the memorandum Addressee
indicates that another document is attached to a letter Attachment notations
all parts of a letter (including paragraphs) begin at the left margin Block format
the paragraphs that make up the main message Body
information arranged vertically Columns
is the closing or the farewell of the letter Complimentary close
an electronic message used by individuals to communicate with one another E-mail
indicates that another document is enclosed with a letter Enclosure notation
a code entered into a document by pressing the Enter key that indicates the end of a paragraph or sentence Hard return
the address to which the letter is being sent Letter address
a written message used by individuals within an organization to communicate with one another Memorandum (memo)
a punctuation style for letters in which there is a colon follows the salutation/greeting and a comma follows the complimentary closing Mixed punctuation
a punctuation style for letters in which there is no punctuation following the salutation and complimentary close of the letter Open punctuation
symbols used to indicate errors that need correcting when re-keying copy Proofreader's marks
indicate who keyed the document Reference initials
authors cited in reports, are listed alphabetically by author surnames at the end of the report (often on a separate page) under the heading REFERENCES (or BIBLIOGRAPHY or WORKS CITED) Reference list
the address of the person sending the letter Return address
the greeting of the letter Salutation
headings that begin at the left margin with a DS before and after (may be underlined or bold; may be in all caps or initial caps) Side Headings
a return that the application inserts automatically when you reach the end of a line Soft return
copy from which you are keying Source document
alerts the reader immediately to the content of the document Subject line
a grid of rows and columns that intersect to form cells into which information can be typed Table
parentheses used in the report body to give credit (cite) to authors’ for quotes taken from their works Textual citations
a page prepared as a cover for a report Title Page
short reports that are often prepared without covers and binders and, if longer than one page, is usually fastened together in the upper left corner by a staple or paper clip Unbound reports
the author of the document Writer
Created by: MsDahl