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Microsoft Word

getting started in MS Word 2007

terms labels
Drag To hold down the left mouse button and move the mouse pointer over text to select it.
Footer A reserved area for text and graphics that displays at the bottom of each page in a document or section of a document.
Formatting The process of setting the overall appearance of the text within the document.
Insertion Point The location in the Word window, indicated by a blinking vertical line, where text will be inserted when you start to type.
Point A unit of measure to describe the size of a font.
Sans Serif A font type, such as Calibri or Arial that is without lines (or feet) on the ends of characters.
Serif A font type such as Cambria or Times New Roman, that has extensions or lines (feet) on the ends of the characters.
Shortcut Menu A context-sensitive list that displays when you click the right mouse button.
Title Bar In the Word window, the location of the Minimize, Maximize/Restore Down, and Close buttons.
Wordwrap The action that takes place when the insertion point reaches the right margin and automatically moves down to the left margin of the next line.
Italic A typeface with letters slanted slightly to the right, used to emphasize words.
Bold A set of type characters that are darker and heavier than normal. It shows importance.
Underline A line under a typeface of any kind. It shows importance.
Clipart a collection of pictures or images that can be imported into a document or another program
Drawing utilizing any of the shapes
Workspace the area and tools available for creating documents
Maximize Make the work area bigger
Minimize Make the work area smaller
Word Art Decorative Text
Font Color What color your typeface is going to be
Insert picture a tool that allows the insertion of a picture from your computer file
Painting using color to fill shapes
Print Preview allows a user to view what a printed version of the document would look like on the screen before printing a hard copy
Scroll Bar A vertical or horizontal bar commonly located on the far right or bottom of a window that allows a user to move the window viewing area up, down, left, or right
Close Exit out of that page or tab
Cut removes the selection from the document and adds it to the clipboard
Paste insert the contents of the clipboard into a document
Copy duplicates the selection and puts it in the clipboard
Window Border The outside surrounding your page or tab open, used to adjust size of work space when in restore down mode
Ruler used to measure and line up objects in your document
Created by: pbaucum