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The main system of a computer that controls and carries out functions. Central processing unit
These menus offer shortcut choices that appear as a user right-clicks on the computer screen. Context-sensitive menus
A window that appears during the use of a computer application. Dialog box
A command on the Home tab that provides access to document formatting styles. Format painter
One on the top 12 keys located at the top of the computer keyboard, labeled F1 through F12. Function key
A windows Ribbon feature allowing a user to use the keyboard keys instead of a mouse to switch tabs or activate commands from the Quick Access Toolbar. Key tips
A graphical collection of options that appears on your desktop so you can perform a function on your computer. Menu
The database creation and management program in the Microsoft Office suite. Microsoft Access
The spreadsheet program in the Microsoft Office suite. Microsoft Excel
A suite of computer programs created and distributed by Microsoft that includes word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and database software. Microsoft Office 2010
The multi-user collaboration program in the Microsoft Office suite. Microsoft OneNote
A personal information manager and e-mail client that is offered as a part of the Microsoft Office software package, Microsoft Exchange Server, and as a standalone product. Microsoft Outlook
Presentation software in the Microsoft Office suite of products. Microsoft PowerPoint
The desktop publishing program in the Microsoft Office suite. Microsoft Publisher
The word program in the Microsoft Office suite. Microsoft Word
A location on a server where networked users can access shared files by mapping to the specific location where they reside. Network drive
A group of frequently used commands on the Windows Ribbon interface. Quick Access Toolbar
A location on the desktop, represented by a wastepaper basket icon, where files appear after you delete them. Recycle Bin
Sliding control tools on the bottom and side of the computer window that allows you to navigate within your document. Scroll bar
The graphical icons on your desktop for program you access frequently of those you choose to access directly from your desktop Shortcut
This is a row of information about the current application that appears at the bottom of the document window. Status bar
Appears at the bottom of the computer desktop screen and displays all running programs, frequently used programs, diagnostics, and the date and time. Task bar
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