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Key Terms Module2

Lesson 16

TermDefinition
Auto Shape A predesigned drawing object, such as a star, an arrow, or a rectangle.
Banner A headline that spreads the full width of the page.
Blog A journal maintained by an individual or a group and posted on a Web Site for public viewing and comment.
Boilerplate Text A common document part that you frequently use in documents.
Building Blocks Built-in documents part that are designed and formatted.
Clip Art A drawing that is ready to insert into a document.
Crop To cut off portions of the graphic that you do not want to show.
Desktop Publishing The process of creating a document using a computer to lay out text and graphics.
Drawing Objects Shapes, Curves, and Lines used to create your own graphic.
Fields Locations that indicate where you can insert variable text or data.
Footer Information and/or graphics that print in the bottom margin of the page.
Graphics Non-text items such as digital photos, scanned images and pictures.
Header Information and/or graphics that print in the top margin of the page.
Manual Column Break A break you can insert to adjust where a column ends.
Section Break A break that divides a document into multiple sections.
Sizing Handles Eight small circles and squares on the border of a graphic.
Style A set of formatting characteristics that you can apply to Characters, Paragraphs, Tables, and Numbered and Bulleted lists in your Document.
Text Box A drawing object the enables you to add text to artwork.
Thumbnails Miniature representations of pictures.
Created by: Williams_Jade