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CH 3: Document Productivity: Working with Tables and Mail Merge

TermDefinition
Argument A positional reference, contained in parentheses within a function.
Border A line that surrounds a paragraph, page, or a table or table element.
Border Painter A feature that enables you to choose border formatting and click on any table border to apply the formatting.
Caption A descriptive title for a table.
Cell The intersection of a column and row in a table.
Data source A list of information that is merged with a main document during a mail merge procedure.
Field The smallest data element in a table, such as first name, last name, address, or phone number.
Form letter A letter with standard information that you personalize with recipient information, which you might print or e-mail to many people.
Formula A combination of cell references, operators, values, and/or functions used to perform a calculation.
Function A predefined computation that simplifies creating a complex calculation and produces a result based on inputs known as arguments.
Header row The first row in a data source that contains labels describing the data in rows beneath.
Insert control An indicator that displays between rows or columns in a table; click the indicator to insert one or more rows or columns.
Mail Merge A process that combines content from a main document and a data source.
Main document Contains the information that stays the same for all recipients in a mail merge.
Merge field Serves as a placeholder for the variable data that will be inserted into the main document during a mail merge procedure.
Order of operations (order of precedence) Determines the sequence by which operations are calculated in an expression.
Range A group of adjacent or contiguous cells in an Excel worksheet.
Record A group of related fields representing one entity, such as data for one person, place, event, or concept.
Shading A background color that appears behind text in a paragraph, page, or table element.
Table A grid of columns and rows that organizes data.
Table alignment The position of a table between the left and right document margins.
Table style A named collection of color, font, and border design that can be applied to a table.
Wizard A tool that makes a process easier by asking a series of questions, then creating a structure based on your answers.
Having applied custom borders to a table, you can use this feature to copy the border style to another table Border Painter
When used in a table, an insert control enables you to insert an Blank row or column.
A mail merge procedure combines two items - a main document and a Data source.
To center a table heading in row 1 across several columns of data (when row 1 is NOT already merged, Merge cells in row 1 and center the contents of the merged cell.
Which of the following documents is not included as an option in the mail merge procedure? Report
You plan to place a function or formula in cell C4 of a Word table to total the cells in the column above. How would that function or formula appear? =SUM(ABOVE)
If a table with a heading roe extends from one page to another, rows on the second page will not be identified by a heading row. How would you correct that situation? Select the heading row(s) and click Repeat Heading Rows on the Table Tools Layout Tab.
You have created a table containing numerical values and have entered =SUM(ABOVE) function at the bottom of a column. You then delete one of the rows included in the sum. Which of the following is true? The sum will be updated after you right-click the cell and click the Update Field command
During a mail merge process, what operation can you perform on a data source so only data that meet specific criteria, such as a particular city, are included in the merge? Filter
What happens when you press Tab from within that last cell of a table? Word inserts a new row below the current row.
The position of a table between the left and right document margins. Table alignment.
A descriptive title for a table. Caption.
A document with standards information that you personalize with recipient information, which you might print or e-mail to many people. Form letter.
A line that surrounds a Word table, cell, row, or column. Border.
A named collection of color, font, and border design that can be applied to a table. Table style.
A background color that displays behind text in a table, cell, row, or column. Shading.
A combination of cell references, operations, and values used to perform a calculation. Formula.
The intersection of a column and row in a table. Cell.
A process that combines content from a main document and a data source. Mail Merge.
Contains the information that stays the same for all recipients in a mail merge. Main document.
An indicator that displays between rows or columns in a table; click the indicator to insert one or more rows or columns. Insert control.
Organizes information in a series of rows and columns. Table.
A list of information that is merged with a main document during a mail merge procedure. Data source.
A tool that makes a process easier by asking a series of questions, than creates a structure based on your answers. Wizard.
Determines the sequence by which operations are calculated in an expression. Order of operations.
Serves as a placeholder for the variable data that will be inserted into the main document during a mail merge procedure. Merge field.
A pre-built formula that simplifies creating a complex calculation. Function.
Feature that enables you to choose border formatting and click on any table border to apply the formatting. Border painter.
A positional reference contained in parentheses within a function. Argument.
A group of related fields representing one entity, such as a person, place, or event. Record.
Created by: TroyIS2241