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Case the specific use of upper- or lowercase letters
Document properties categories of information about a document
Keywords important words found in a document. Keywords can be used to classify a document
Metadata data about data, such as the size of a file. Another term for document properties
Gutter space added to the margin to leave room for binding
Landscape orientation positioning document text so it displays and prints horizontally across the longer side of a page
Margins the amount of white space between the text and the edge of the paper on each side
Portrait orientation the default position for displaying and printing text horizontally across the shorter side of a page
Section In Word, a segment of a document defined by a section break. A section may have different page formatting from the rest of the document
Bibliography a list of sources
Citation a reference to a source of information. In legal documents, it is a reference to previous court decisions or authoritative writings
Common knowledge facts that can be found in many--at least three--independent sources and are known by a lot of people
Copyright the exclusive right to perform, display, copy, or distribute an artistic work or form of expression, such as words, music, images, or objects
Endnote an explanation or reference to additional material that prints at the end of a document
Fair Use doctrine part of copyright law that provides for the limited use of copyrighted work without permission
Footnote an explanation or reference to additional material that prints at the bottom of a page
Hard page break a non printing character inserted to force the start of a new page
Note reference mark a number or character inserted in the document to refer to footnote or EndNote text
Note text the text of the footnote or EndNote citation
Orphan the first line of a paragraph printed alone at the bottom of a page
Pagination the system used for numbering pages in a document. In Word, it also means using features to control the way paragraphs and lines break at the top and bottom of a page
Plagiarism the unauthorized use of another person’s ideas or creative work without giving credit to that person
Soft page break the location where Word automatically starts a new page because the current page is full
Widow the last line of a paragraph printed alone at the top of a page
Balance a basic principle of design that describes the visual weight of objects on a page, and the way the objects are arranged in relation to each other
Column gutter the space between column margins
Commercial printer a business that provides printing, copying and publishing services
Consistency the use of repetition to create a uniform and predictable design or layout
Contrast a basic design principle in which elements with opposite or complementary features are positioned to create visual interest. Also, the degree of separation of color values within a picture
Desktop publishing the process of designing and printing a document using a computer and printer
Newsletter-style columns columns in which text flows from the bottom of one column to the top of the next column
Page layout the way text, graphics, and space are organized on a document page
Publish output a document so it can be distributed to readers
Dropped capital an enlarged capital letter that drops below the first line of body text in the paragraph
Opacity a measurement of the transparency of a color
Prioritize rank in order of importance
Responsibilities things people expect you to do or that you must accomplish
Time management controlling and organizing a schedule so you can accomplish tasks and meet responsibilities
Conflict a disagreement between two or more people who have different ideas
Symbol shapes, mathematical and scientific notations, currency signs, and other visual elements you can insert in documents by using the Symbol dialog box
Address list a simple data source file which includes the information needed for an address list, such as first name, last name, street, city, state, and so on
Data source a file containing the variable data that will be inserted during the merge
Mail Merge process that inserts variable information into a standardized document to produce a personalized or customized document
Main document the document containing the standardized text that will be printed on all documents
Merge block a set of merge fields stored as one unit. For example, the Address block contains all the name and address information
Merge field a placeholder in the main document that marks where an item of variable data such as a first name, a last name, or a ZIP Code will be inserted from the data source document
Recipient the entity-a person or organization-who receives a mailing. The recipient’s contact information is stored in the data source
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