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Unit D Vocab.

margins a blank areas between the edge of the text and the edge of the page.
Portrait orientation page is taller than it is wide
orientation landscape the page is wider than it is tall
gutter adds extra space to the left, top or inside margin
Mirror margins are used in a document with facing pages, such as a magazine
section a portion of a document that is separated from the rest of the document by section breaks
section breaks a formatting marks that you insert in a document to show the end of a section
automatic page break (also called a soft page break) when you reach the bottom of a page, allow you to continue typing on the next page.
manual page break (also called a soft page break) Is when you insert a page break when you want to .
field a code that serves as a place holder for data that changes in a document
quick parts the item you can insert include fields, such as a current date or the total number of pages in a documents
header a text or graphic that appears at the top of every age of a document
footer a text or graphic that appears at the bottom of every page.
building blocks a reusable piece of formatted content or document parts
table a grid of columns and a rows that you can fill with text and graphics
cell a box formed by intersection of a column and a row
borders a line that divide columns and rows of a table and help you see the grid like structures
footnote a explanatory note that consists of two linked parts
endnote a explanatory note that consists of two linked parts
citation a parenthetical reference in the document text that fives credit to the source for a quotation or other information used in a documents
bibliography a list of source that you used in creating the document.
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