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6th Hour HSRT Voc.

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The thick-bordered cell where you can enter numbers or formulas in a spreadsheet. Active cell
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. Alignment
A way to search for information using the words AND, OR and NOT. Boolean logic was created by English mathematician George Boole 150 years ago. AND
A moving clip art graphic. Animated clip art
An application designed to search for viruses and repair files on a computer. Anti-Virus
Program or software. Application
Programs that allow to you accomplish certain tasks such as write letters, analyze numbers, sort files, manage finances, draw pictures, and play games. Application/Software
The keys on computer keyboard used to move the cursor up, down, left, or right on your screen. Arrow keys
Organizing or sorting information in order from smallest to largest, or A-Z or 1-9. Ascending Order
A set of rules and guidelines that are set up to regulate Internet use and to protect the user. AUP - Acceptable Use Policy
A feature of a chart, on which you can plot numbers. The horizontal line is called the X-axis, and the vertical line is called the Y-axis. Axis
One type of graph developed from spreadsheet data that uses parallel bars to compare data and changes in data over time. Bar graph
A style of text that makes a letter or word darker and thicker to stand out in a document. Bold
A little box on your screen that you click on with your mouse to accomplish a task. Most buttons contain small pictures (icons) that display what they do, such as a small printer that can be clicked on to print a document. Button
A horizontal strip of buttons near the top of a window. It provides shortcuts for commonly used commands. Some programs let you choose to hide or display the button bar, and mix and match buttons to customize a button bar. Also known as a toolbar. Button bar
A "hotspot" used in multimedia applications to navigate from one place to another or to activate elements (e.g., sound, movies, animation). Buttons, multimedia
The working of mathematical equations. Formulas that are usually used in spreadsheets allow the computer to automatically perform calculations. Calculate
The space at the intersection of a row and column in a spreadsheet. Cell
A way to present information from a spreadsheet in the form of graphs or tables. Chart
A picture showing the relationship of two or more sets of data using a circle. Circle graph
Drawings you can add to your documents or presentations. Clip art includes items such as cartoons, maps, symbols, and flags. Some software packages include clip art. Clip art can be purchased separately. Clip art
The vertical divisions in a spreadsheet that are named with an alphabetical letter. Column
To make an exact copy of information in your document, so you can place in order to duplicate it in a new location. Copy
The main chip that allows computers to do millions of calculations per second and makes it possible for users to write letters and balance your checkbook. CPU (Central Processing Unit)
To give reference to the creator and source of the information used in a presentation. Credits
This is where the action is located on your screen, represented by a flashing line. When you type on your keyboard, the information appears at the cursor. Cursor
Software application that helps manage large collections of information. A simple database might be a single file containing many records, with the same set of fields. Data can be sorted and searched by one or more criteria. Database
A key used to erase characters. Delete
Organizing or sorting information in order from largest to smallest, Z-A or 9-1. Descending Order
The background on the windows, menus, and dialog boxes on a PC. It is supposed to represent a desk. Desktop
Using features of word processing/DTP software to format and produce documents, letters, reports, flyers, and newsletters with graphics. Desktop publishing
The part of an Internet address that identifies where a person's account is located. For example, in the address support@studyisland.com the domain is everything after the @. Domain
Sending and receiving messages through a computer network. This process requires a computer, modem or network connection, and an email address. It is convenient because all messages are sent and received immediately over short or long distances. Email
To make changes in a document or presentation. Edit
The key used to begin a new line in a word processor, or to enter information into a spreadsheet. It is the same as clicking OK in a dialog box. Enter/Return
The field where information is entered in a spreadsheet. Entry bar
A place in a database record where a category of information can be entered or located. Field
A set of related records in a database. File
Technology that prevents users from visiting inappropriate Web sites, and protects the network from unauthorized users. Firewall
The shape and style of text. Font
To set the margins, tabs, font or line spacing in layout of a document. Format
Software written and then donated to the public, so anyone is free to copy it and share it with their friends. This is not the same as shareware or commercial software, which is supposed to be paid for. Freeware
A file format for pictures, photographs, and drawings that are compressed so that they can be sent across telephone lines quickly. Format widely used on electronic bulletin boards and the Internet and are limited to 256 colors, so they cannot be used for GIF (Graphic Interchange Format)
A picture shows the relationship of one or more sets of numbers to each other. Some graph types are line, bar, area, and pie graphs. Graph
Images/pictures created, edited, and/or published using a computer. Graphic
An unauthorized person who secretly gains access to computer files. Hacker
Part of the computer system such as a keyboard, screen, mouse, joystick, printer, speakers, etc. Hardware
To choose part of a document by clicking and dragging over it with the mouse to highlight the text. Highlight or Select
An introductory screen on a Web page on the World Wide Web, used to welcome visitors. A home page can include special text or graphics on which you click to jump to related information on other pages on the Web. Home page
Keys on the keyboard with fingers of the left hand are on A-S-D-F and fingers on the right hand on J-K-L-;. Home row
The name given to a computer directly connected to the Internet. Host computers are associated with computer networks, online services, or bulletin board systems. Host
Special text when clicked jumps the user from one related topic to another. Hyperlink or Hypertext
Clip art, graphics or drawings on a computer. Illustration
To set the first line of a paragraph in from the margin in a word processing document. Indent
Term given to the network of computers that provide information worldwide. Internet
A standard for shrinking graphics so they can be sent faster between modems and take up less space on your hard drive. These graphics can be reduced to 5 percent of their original size, but the image quality deteriorates. However, compressing graphics to JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group
The hardware device used to enter letters into the computer. Keyboard
A word or reference point used to describe content on a Web page that search engines use to properly index the page. Keyword
The term given to the words entered on a spreadsheet usually naming a column. Label
The page setup that permits a document to be printed in a horizontal position. Landscape
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