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vocab#5

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• columns are vertical blocks of text in which text fl ows from the bottom of one column to the top of the next
• hyphenation is off in Word; all words appear on a single line, rather than hyphenated.
• landscape orientation commonly used for brochures, graphics, tables, and so on, orients text across the longer dimension of the page.
• margins are the blank borders that occupy the top, bottom, and sides of a document.
nonbreaking spaces in Word, to keep selected text on a single line.
• page break is the location in a document where one page ends and a new page begins
portrait orientation a format commonly used for business documents, text extends across the shorter length of the document
orphan is the first line of a paragraph that appears alone at the bottom of a page,
• section break is used to create a layout or formatting changes in a portion of a document
• widow is the last line of a paragraph that appears at the top of a page,
Created by: codyhlt123