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BIM Chapter 3 Vocab

BIM - Chapter 3 Vocab

TermDefinition
Bulleted list List created with each item as a separate paragraph formatted with a hanging indent, a character such as a bullet (•), and a tab.
Clip art A general-purpose graphic created by an artist using illustration software.
Double spaced Paragraph format that adds more space between each line of text.
Endnote Used to document a source. Found on the last page of a document.
First line indent First line of a paragraph that is farther to the right than the rest of the paragraph.
Footer Text that is printed at the bottom of each page.
Footnote Used to document a source. Usually located at the bottom of the page that contains the footnoted material.
Hanging indent First line of a paragraph that is farther to the left than the rest of the paragraph.
Header Text that is printed at the top of each page.
HTML The file format for documents viewed using a browser.
Indent Paragraph format that decreases the width of lines of text in a specific paragraph.
Margins The white region around the text on a page.
Numbered list List created with each item as a separate paragraph formatted with a hanging indent, a number, and a tab. Each number indicates an item’s priority in the list.
Page break Changes where one page ends and another begins.
Pagination How a document is divided into pages.
Tab Used to position text within a line.
Tab stop Specifies a location within a line of text.
Template A master document that includes the basic elements for a particular type of document.
Title Text displayed in the title bar of a Web browser.
After Changes the amount of space after a paragraph. Found on the Page Layout tab.
Before Changes the amount of space before a paragraph. Found on the Page Layout tab.
Bottom of Page Creates a footer with a page number. Found in Insert > Page Number.
Brightness Adjusts the relative lightness in a selected graphic. Found on the Format tab.
Bullets Formats a paragraph with a hanging indent and inserts a bullet and a tab to create a bulleted item in a list. Found on the Home tab.
Clip Art Displays the Clip Art task pane, which is used to insert clip art at the insertion point. Found on the Insert tab.
Close Header and Footer Closes the header and footer. Found on the Design tab.
Contrast Trims away areas of the graphic that are not needed in a selected graphic. Found on the Format tab.
Crop Adjusts the difference between the lightest and darkest areas in a selected graphic. Found on the Format tab.
Current Position Adds a page number at the insertion point. Found in Insert > Page Number.
Date & Time Displays a dialog box used to insert the current date or time at the insertion point. Found on the Insert tab.
Footer Displays a gallery of footers. Found on the Insert tab.
Footer from Top Changes the distance from the footer to the edge of the page. Found on the Design tab.
Format Page Numbers Displays a dialog box used to change the page numbering style. Found in Insert > Page Number.
Go to Footer Moves the insertion point to the footer. Found on the Design tab.
Go to Header Moves the insertion point to the header. Found on the Design tab.
Header Displays a gallery of headers. Found on the Insert tab.
Header from Top Changes the distance from the header to the edge of the page. Found on the Design tab.
Increase Indent Increases the indent of bulleted or numbered items. Found on the Home tab.
Indent Left Indents the left side of a paragraph. Found on the Page Layout tab.
Indent Right Indents the right side of a paragraph. Found on the Page Layout tab.
In Line with Text Formats a graphic to stay within the text. Found in Format > Text Wrapping.
Insert Endnote Places a number in the text and moves the insertion point to the end of the document. Found on the References tab.
Insert Footnote Places a number in the text and moves the insertion point to the bottom of the page. Found on the References tab.
Line spacing Used to change the amount of space between lines of text in a paragraph. Found on the Home tab.
Margins Displays options used to format the margins of a document. Found on the Page Layout tab.
Numbering Formats a paragraph with a hanging indent and inserts a number and a tab to create a numbered item in a list. Found on the Home tab.
Page Break Inserts a page break at the insertion point. Found on the Insert tab.
Page Margins Creates a page number in the left or right margins. Found in Insert > Page Number.
Page Number Displays a gallery of built-in designs used to add a page number in the document. Found on the Insert tab.
Picture Displays a dialog box used to insert a graphic at the insertion point. Found on the Insert tab.
Picture Border Adds a border to a selected graphic. Found on the Format tab.
Picture Effects Adds effects such as bevels and shadows to a selected graphic. Found on the Format tab.
Picture Shape Changes the shape of a selected graphic. Found on the Format tab.
Position Displays options for lining up a selected graphic on the page. Found on the Format tab.
Recolor Changes the colors in a selected graphic. Found on the Format tab.
Remove Page Numbers Deletes the page number in a document. Found in Insert > Page Number.
Reset Picture Removes the formatting from a selected graphic. Found on the Format tab.
Square Formats a graphic to have text wrap around it. Found in Format > Text Wrapping.
Top of Page Creates a header with a page number. Found in Insert > Page Number.
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