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Unit 4

TermDefinition
word processing a software used to create and edit text documents.
edit to change or rewrite your document to improve it.
proofread to check to make sure the document makes sense and there are no errors in spelling, grammar, or punctuation.
cut to remove data from one area and store it so that it can be placed to a different location.
copy duplicate, text in a document so that it appears exactly the same in another part of your document.
paste to place copied or cut text or graphics to a different location.
synonym words that have similar meanings.
format refers to the way text looks and the way it is arranged on a page.
font the shape of the letters, numbers, and other characters.
orientation the direction of the page or the paper you will print on.
alignment the arrangement of text lined up along the left, center, right, or across the page.
bulleted list A series of text that uses characters, such as dots or diamonds, to present information in no particular order.
numbered list a series of text that uses numbers to present information in a particular order.
margin the space around the sides, top, and bottom of the paper.
default a setting that the computer automatically selects unless you change it.
tab a set distance for moving the insertion point.
indent determines the distance of a pharagraph from either the left or right margin.
quotation the exact words that someone else wrote or said.
header shows information at the top of each page
footer shows information at the bottom of each page.
citation the detailed information about each source.
title page the first page of a report used to identify the name of the paper and its writer.
desktops publishing A special feature or software that lets you create documents, newsletters, flyers, and similar documents.
WordArt a featured in Microsoft Word that allows you to create colorful, eye-catching text by taking your letters or words and changing them into a picture or graphic.
table a grid of rows and columns that organizes complex information so that it is easy to find and understand.
column the information that is arranged vertically (up and down) in the table.
row the information that arranged horizontally (from left to right).
cell where a column and row cross.
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