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formatting document

margins are the blank areas between the edge of the text
Portrait orientation a page is taller than it is wide
landscape orientation a page is wider than it is tall
mirror margins document with facing pages
gutter adds extra space to the left
section is a portion of a document that is separated from the rest of the documents
section breaks a formatting mark that you insert in a document to show the end of a section
automatic page break when you reach the bottom of a page allowing you to type on the next page
manual page break when you force a text to the next page
field is a code that serves as a placeholder for data
quick parts items you can use to include field
header is a text or graphic that appears at the top of the page
footer a text or graphic that appears at the bottom of the page
building blocks are reusable formatted content
table is a grid or columns that you can fill with text and graphics
cell is the box formed by the intersection of a column
borders the lines that divide the columns
footnote is an explanatory note that consists of two linked parts
endnote is an explanatory note that consists of two linked parts
citatation is a parenthetical reference in the documents text that gives you credit or to the source
bibliography a list of sources that you used in creating the document
Created by: imendoza01



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