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CH 2: Document Presentation: Editing and Formatting

TermDefinition
Alignment guide A horizontal or vertical green bar that appears as you move an object, assisting with aligning the object with text or with another object.
Border A line that surrounds a paragraph, page, or a table element.
Bulleted list A graphic element that itemizes and separates paragraph text to increase readability; often used to identify lists.
Center alignment Positions text horizontally in the center of a line, an equal distance from both the left and right margins.
Clip art An electronic illustration that can be inserted into an office project.
Column A format that separates text into side-by-side vertical blocks, often used in newsletters.
Contextual tab A Ribbon tab that displays when an object, such as a picture or table, is selected. A contextual tab contains groups and commands specific to the selected object.
Crop The process of reducing an image size by eliminating unwanted portions of an image or another graphical object.
Document theme A set of coordinating fonts, colors, and special effects that gives a stylish and professional look.
First line indent Marks the location to indent only the first line in a paragraph.
Font A combination of typeface and type style.
Formatting The process of modifying text by changing font and paragraph characteristics.
Hanging indent Aligns the first line of a paragraph at the left margin, indenting remaining lines in the paragraph.
Indent A setting associated with the way a paragraph is distanced from one or more margins.
Justified alignment Spreads text evenly between the left and right margins, so that text begins at the left margin and ends uniformly at the right margin.
Left alignment Begins text evenly at the left margin, with a ragged right edge.
Left indent A setting that positions all text in a paragraph an equal distance from the left margin.
Line spacing The vertical spacing between lines in a paragraph.
Live Preview An Office feature that provides a preview of the results of a selection when you point to an option in a list or gallery. Using Live Preview, you can experiment with settings before making a final choice.
Mini Tiiolbar The feature that provides access to common formatting commands, displayed when text is selected.
Numbered list Sequence items in a list by displaying a successive number beside each item.
Object An item, such as a picture or text box, that can be individually selected and manipulated in a document.
Paragraph spacing The amount of space before or after a paragraph.
Picture A graphic file that is retrieved from storage media or the Internet and placed in an Office project.
Right alignment Begins text evenly at the right margin, with a ragged left edge.
Right indent A setting that positions all text in a paragraph an equal distance from the right margin.
Sans serif font A font that does not contain a thin line or extension at the top and bottom of the primary strokes on characters.
Section break An indicator that divides a document into parts, enabling different formatting for each section.
Serif font A font that contains a thin line or extension at the top and bottom of the primary strokes on characters.
Shading A background color that appears behind text in a paragraph, page, or table element.
Sizing handle A series of faint dots on the outside border of a selected chart or object; enables the user to adjust the height and width of the chart or object.
Style A named collection of formatting characteristics that can be applied to text or paragraphs.
Style set A combination of title, heading, and paragraph styles that can be used to format all of those elements in a document at one time.
Tab A marker that specifies the position for aligning text in a column arrangement, often including a dot leader.
Text box A graphical object that contains text.
WordArt A Microsoft Office feature that creates decorative text that can be used to add interest to the text used in a document.
How does a document theme differ from a style? A theme applies an overall design to a document, with no requirement that any text is selected. A style applies formatting characteristics to selected text or to a current paragraph.
To identify a series of sequential steps, you could use Numbering.
The feature that modifies text to include special effects, such as color, shadow, and gradients,is WordArt
If you have not selected text when you identify a shading color, what part of a document is shaded? The paragraph in which the insertion point is located.
Having applied a particular heading style to several headings within a document, you modify the style to include bold and italic font formatting. What happens to the headings that were previously formatted in that style, and why? They are updated to reflect the modified heading style settings. When a heading style is modified, all text formatted in that style is updated.
To divide a document so that one area can be formatted independently of the next, you can use a Section break
If you select text and apply a linked style, what happens? Character formats are applied, but not paragraph formats.
To draw attention to such items as contact information or store hours, you could place text in a bordered area called a Text box
Viewing a document in Outline view can be helpful in which one of the following ways? It enables you to expand and collapse levels, dragging to reposition them within the document.
The feature that enables you to watch text flow around an object is called Live Layout
An item, such as a picture or text box, that can be individually selected and manipulated. Object
The small circles and squares that appear around a selected object and enable you to adjust its size. Sizing handles
A list of points that is not sequential. Bulleted list
A feature that modifies text to include special effects, such as color, shadow, gradient, and 3-D appearance. WordArt
The vertical space between the lines in a paragraph. Line spacing
A typeface or complete set of characters. Font
The horizontal or vertical green bar that appears as you move an object, assisting with lining up an object. Alignment guide
Marks the location to indent only the first line in a paragraph. First line indent
A named collection of formatting characteristics that can be applied to characters or paragraphs. Style
A combination of title, heading, and paragraph styles that can be used to format all of those elements at one time. Style set
A format that separates document text into side-by-side vertical blocks, often used in newsletters. Column
A marker that specifies the position for aligning text, sometimes including a leader. Tab
The amount of space before or after a paragraph. Paragraph spacing
A feature that enables you to watch text flow around the object as you move the object. Live Layout
A setting associated with the way a paragraph is distanced from one or more margin. Indent
An indicator that divides a document into parts, enabling different formatting in each section. Section break
A boxed object that can be bordered and shaded, providing space for text. Text box
A line that surrounds a paragraph or a page. Border
A graphic file that is obtained from the Internet or a storage device. Picture
A unified set of design elements, including font style, color, and special effects, that is applied to an entire document. Document theme
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