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Word Lesson 5

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Margins Blank spaces on top, bottom, and sides of pages.
Alignment Refers to the position of text between the margins.
Left Align Text lined up on the left margins.
Right Align Text lined up on the right margins.
Justify Aligned on left and right evenly.
Center Align Text lined up in the center of the page.
Bullets Any small character that appears before an item.
Vertical Alignment Positions text between the top and bottom margins of a document.
Mirrored Margins Inside and outside margins.
Inside Margins "Gutter Margins" Right margin on left page and left margin on right page.
Outside Margins Left margin on the left page and right margin on the right page.
Indent Space between text and a document's margins.
First-Line Indent Only 1st line of paragraph indent.
Negitive Indent Create by dragging left past left margin.
Hanging Indent First line isn't indented but all others are.
Tab Stops or Tabs Mark place where the pointer will stop when you press tab key.
Leaders Solid, dotted, or dashed lines that fill the blank space before a tab setting.
Multilevel list List of two or more levels of bullets or numbering.
Outline A numbered multilevel list.
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