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word lesson 5

worddefenition
margins the blank areas around the top,bottom,and sides of the page.
alignment refers to the position between the margins
left align text lined up on the left margin
right align text lined up on the right margin
center align text lined up on the center of the page
justify text is aligned in the left and right margins
buletts any small charactor that appers before an item
vertical alignment refers to positioning text between the top and bottom margins
mirrod margins where instaed of the keft or right margins, the page has inside and outside margins
inside margin the right main on the left page and the right margin on the right page
outside margin the right margin on the left page and teh right margin on the right page
indent the space between text and a documents margin
1st line indent is only the first line iff the paragraph is indented
negative indent can be created by dragging the indent markers on the ruler to the left
haning indent the first full line of text is not indented but the following lines are
tabs mark the place where the insertion point will stop when you press the tab key
leaders are solid or dotted lines that fill in the blank space before a tab setting
multilevel list a list with 2 or more levels of bullets or numbering
outline numbered kist a numbered multilevel list
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