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ODW 5.4

Our Digital World 5.4

TermDefinition
export To send data to another document.
import To bring content into a document.
rich text format (RTF) A text format that includes only basic formatting information that most software products are likely to be able to open or import.
comma-separated-values (CSV) format A format that separates each piece of data in a file with a comma.
handwriting recognition software A type of software that enables a computer to recognize handwritten notes and convert them into text.
speech recognition software A type of software that enables a computer to recognize human speech and convert it into text.
object linking and embedding (OLE) A technology that allows content to be treated as objects that can be inserted into different software documents, even if they were not created using that software.
linked object An object that has been inserted into a software file using object linking and embedding (OLE) technology, where the object is connected to the object in the source file and therefore is altered when the source file is changed.
embedded object An object that has been inserted into a software file using object linking and embedding (OLE) technology, where the object is not connected to the object in the source file and therefore will not be altered when the source file is changed.
shared feature A small application that cannot run on its own, but that allows suites of software products to share functionality, such as diagramming or drawing.
file extension The part of a file name that identifies the program that is to launch when the file is double-clicked. Commonly a set of 3 or 4 characters following a period at the end of the file name. For example, for the file index.htm, “htm” is the extension.
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