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Word Processing

TermDefinition
Bullet List a list of items preceded with bullets instead of numbers or other objects
Copy duplicating a section of a document
Paste to insert the current clipboard contents into a new location
Header data placed at the beginning of a document, usually the title
Cut removes a item from its current location and places it into the clipboard
Footer In a document or report, common text that appears at the bottom of every page, usually the page number
Italics A typeface with letters slanted slightly to the right, used to emphasize words
Bold A set of type characters that are darker and heavier than normal, used to make words stand out
Indent start or position that is further from the margin than the main part of the text.
Underline draw a line under a word or phrase to give emphasis or indicate special type
Created by: haileynolet