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Technology Vocab 5

TSDE Vocabulary 5 - Documents, Email, and Presentations

TermDefinition
alignment how your text conforms to the left and right margins of a page; the text can be right-aligned, centered, left-aligned, or fully-aligned/justified
bold a style of text that makes a letter or word darker and thicker to stand out in a document
document a user-created file, as opposed to a program file
format to set the margins, tabs, font or line spacing in layout of a document
formatting tools tools that are used to give shape, size, and general makeup
template a special kind of document that provides basic format for creating certain types of documents; the original is never changed; every time it is opened, a clean copy is opened for editing
text box a common element of graphical user interface (GUI) of computer programs to allow the user to input text information to be used by the program
text formatting changing the appearance of the letters and words in your document (e.g. size, style, underline, bullets)
table columns and rows of cells that can be filled with text that are used to organize information
thesaurus a feature in most word processors used to replace a word in a document with one that is more suitable and adds variety to your writing
word processor the software used to produce documents, such as letters, posters, reports, and syllabi
word processing using keyboarding skills to produce documents such as letters, reports, manuals, and newsletters
word wrap this occurs when you get to the end of a line and continue typing the text will then go to the next line
BCC a way to send an email message to more than one recipient, without the parties knowing that an identical message was sent to others; Blind Courtesy Copy or Blind Carbon Copy
CC derived from the non-digital Carbon Copy. A way to send an email message to a person other than the main recipient or recipients; the CC'ed party can see that they are not the main recipient of the letter; Courtesy Copy
electronic mail sending and receiving messages from computer to computer; email
mailing list a system that allows people to send email to one address, which is then copied and sent to all of the other subscribers to the mail list; in this way, people who may be using different kinds of email access can participate in discussions together
mail merge the automatic addition of names and addresses from a database to letters and envelopes in order to facilitate sending mail, esp. advertising, to many addresses
credits to give reference to the creator and source of the information used in a presentation
linear moving in a straight line or path; a multimedia presentation that moves in a straight line from image to image
non-linear not moving in a straight line or path; a multimedia presentation that transitions from one image to another in an order that is preset, but not necessarily in a straight path
Created by: jeremyjohnston