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TermDefinition
banded columns Columns in a table that are formatted in alternating colors
banded rows Rows in a table that are formatted in alternating colors
border In a table, an outline that frames all or part of a cell, row, or column.
cell In a table, the area where a row and column intersect
demoting When using the Navigation pane, to format a heading with a subordinate level heading style; for example, to change from the Heading 1 to the Heading 2 style
dot leader A row of dots (or other characters) between tabbed text.
endnote Explanatory comment or reference that appears at the end of a section or document, but that is linked to a superscript reference number in the main text
footer Text, date, or other information that is printed below the bottom page margin; also, the blank area at the bottom of a page where such information can be inserted.
footnote Explanatory comment or reference that appears at the bottom of a page, but that is linked to a superscript reference number in the main text
gridlines Nonprinting lines that reveal the underlying structure of a table
header and footer view A Word view in which a document’s header and footer areas are available for editing, and the main document is unavailable for editing
header Text, date, or other information that is printed above the top page margin; also, the blank area at the top of a page where such information can be inserted
header row The top row of a table, containing the headings that identify the type of information in each column
promoting When using the Navigation pane, to format a subordinate heading with a higher level heading style; for example, to change text from the Heading 2 style to the Heading 1 style
read mode A document view designed to make reading a Word document on a screen as easy as possible.
record A complete set of information in a table; typically, each row in a table is a separate record
reference marker Small, superscript number in the main text that is linked to a footnote or endnote
section A part of a document that can have its own page orientation, margins, headers, footers, and so on, separate from the rest of the document.
section break A nonprinting divider that separates a document into sections
smartart A diagram consisting of text and shapes, such as circles, squares, or arrows, created with the SmartArt button in the Illustrations group on the INSERT tab
sort To rearrange information in alphabetical, numerical, or chronological order
subheading A heading that is subordinate to a higher level heading
subordinate Term used to refer to a heading that is logically grouped under another, higher level heading; in the Navigation pane, subordinate headings are indented below higher level headings.
superscript Term used to describe text or a number that is raised slightly above the line of text
tab stop A location on the horizontal ruler where the insertion point moves when you press the Tab key.
table Information arranged in a grid made up of horizontal rows and vertical columns
Created by: skindawg