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WORD 2016 Lesson 4

Alignment A setting that refers to how text is positioned between the margins.
first-line indent a setting that inserts a one-half inch of blank space between the left margin and the first line of paragraph: one-half inch is the default setting for this indent.
hanging indent a setting that begins the first full line of text in a paragraph at the left margin: all the remaining lines in the paragraph are indented one-half from the left margin/
indent a blank space inserted between text and the left or right margin.
leaders a tool identified with symbols such as dotted, dashed, or solid lines that fill the space before tabs.
line spacing the amount of space between lines of the text in a paragraph
negative indent a setting that extends paragraph text into the left margin.
Single Keyboard short cut is Ctrl+1 - accommodates the largest letter in a line, plus a small amount of extra space.
1.5 Keyboard short cut is Ctrl+5 - one-and-one-half times the amount of space used in single spacing
double Keyboard short cut is Ctrl+2 - twice the amount of space used in single spacing.
at lease sets the spacing at the minimum amount needed to fit the largest font on the line.
exactly set the spacing at a fixed amount that WORD does not adjust.
multiple sets the spacing at an amount that is increased or decreased from single spacing by a percentage that you specify. Setting the line spacing to 1.3 for example, increases the space by 30%.
no Paragraph Spacing the built-in before and after spacing is set to 0 pt. and the line spacing is set to 1.
compact the built-in before spacing is set to 0 pt. After is set to 4 pt. and line spacing is set to 1
tight the built-in before spacing is set to 0 pt. After to 6 pt. and line spacing 1.15 pt.
open the built-in before spacing is set to 0 pt. After to 10 pt. and line spacing 1.15 pt.
relaxed the built-in before spacing is set to 0 pt. After to 6 pt. and line spacing to 1.5 pt.
double the built-in before spacing is set to 0 pt. after 8 pt. and line spacing 2 pt.
Created by: eriort844



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