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EOS keyboarding rev

Business keyboarding review items

TermDefinition
Home Row Keys ASDFJKL;
Keyboarding posture / ergonomics proper keyboarding position for hands is at 90 degree angle or greater.
Word art Insert ribbon, text grouping
Saving documents go to the file ribbon and use “Save As” when saving the first time.
Copy / paste ctrl+c is copy and ctrl+v is paste. Highlight text, right click to copy then move insertion point, right click and paste.
Fonts Home ribbon font grouping
Page Layout-portrait / landscape Portrait is vertical, Landscape is vertical
Spell check review ribbon, proofing group
Thesaurus review ribbon, proofing group
Grammar check review ribbon, proofing group
Undo-redo buttons – located on quick access toolbar and is used to undo or redo the most recent activities in your document.
insertion point is the point where the next character typed from the keyboard will appear typed on the screen, usually represented by a flashing line
Alignment home ribbon, paragraph grouping
Short cut keys ctrl+home- takes you to the top of the document
clip art Insert ribbon, Illustrations group. Picture or graphic used to decorate the document
Templates preset document formatted in a specific style. Found on the file ribbon
new slides slide transition home ribbon, slides grouping
slide transitions transitions ribbon
custom animations animations ribbon
inserting pictures insert ribbon, images grouping
inserting sound insert ribbon, media grouping
CPU Central processing unit
Motherboard main circuit board in a computer that connects all other devices.
Power supply supplies electricity to the computer.
Video card Circuit that controls the display screen.
expansion slots a place in a computer where an expansion card can be inserted.
RAM/ROM random access memory: temporarily stored in your computer and will not stay when the computer is turn off Read only memory: permanent that will stay on your computer when it is turned off.
Input devices mouse, Keyboard, microphone, scanner
output devices Printer, headphones, speakers, monitors Internet History
Tim Berners Lee creator of the internet
Internet address structure need the // for the address to work
HTTP Hypertext Transfer Protocol
ENIAC Electronic Numerical Integrator and computer, created during WW 2 used to help create the hydrogen bomb. The computer was 100 feet long and 10 feet tall, used transistor tubes to operate
URL Uniform resource locator
ISP Internet service provider
.com commercial
.org nonprofit site
.gov government site
.edu education site
homepage first page on a website
Bookmarks marks and save your favorite websites
History previous website that you have recently visited
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