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Vocabulary week 1

Text Box represents a part of the page where we can type text.
drop down menu allows the user to choose one value from a list. When a drop-down list is inactive, it displays a single value. When activated, it displays (drops down) a list of values, from which the user may select one.
scroll menu the menu has a scroll bar to enable you to access all the options.
checkboxes They allow you to select one or more options from a list of options.
radio buttons Radio buttons allow you to select one option from a list of options.
desktop the area that appears on the screen after the computer is turned on.
icon a graphic symbol that represents a software progra, command or feature
alert box small messages the computer places on the screen to alert you to important information or to ask you questions before carrying out a task
mouse a palm-sized device used to control the movement of an object on the computer screen called a mouse cursor, or pointer.
mouse cursor acts as our virtual finger inside the computer screen, allowing us to press buttons, to select items from menus, and to interact with other objects we see on the computer screen.
link words that can be clicked to move to another page. Often the words (called links) are underlined and appear in a different color than the rest of the text.
double clicking clicking the left mouse button twice in rapid succession without letting the mouse move between clicks
click and drag a way to move certain objects on the screen. To move an object, place the mouse cursor over it, press and hold down the left mouse button, then move the mouse while still holding down the left mouse button
control clicking clicking the right mouse will open a set of menu items
scroll bar located on the right side of the window, allows you to move a document so that you can see the parts that are not currently visible.
Created by: INF100