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Word Lesson 1

Word lesson 1 understanding word

Backstage View Gives access to saving, opening, info about the open file.
Block Style Format style that aligns text along the left margin.
Command A command is an instruction based on an action that you perform in Word by clicking a button or entering information into a command box.
Dialog box A moveable window that is displayed on screen in response to the user selecting a menu option.
Dialog box launcher A small arrow in the lower-right corner of the group.
Groups Collections of related Word commands.
I-beam The large "I" created when users place the cursor near the insertion point.
Insertion point The blinking point at the upper-left side of the document where you will begin creating your text.
Menu A list of options.
Mixed punctuation A style requires a colon after the salutation and a comma after the closing.
Non-printing characters Symbols for certain formatting commands, such as paragraphs,indents and tabs.
Open punctuation A style that requires no punctuation after the salutation or the closing.
Preview A tool that enables users to visually check your document for errors before printing.
Print to send a document to a printer.
Quick Access Toolbar A toolbar that contains commands that users use more often, such as "save as", "undo" and "redo".
Repeat Command repeats your last action.
Ribbon a tool that is divided into eight tabs that contains groups.
Save A button in the quick access toolbar that saves an existing document.
Save As A dialog box that will save a document in a specific format.
Settings An option that enables users to set document properties.
Tabs eight areas of activity on the ribbon that contain groups or collections of related Word commands.
Template master document with predefined page layout, fonts, margins, and styles and is used to create new documents that will share the same basic formatting.
Undo Command lets you cancel or undo your last Word command or action.
White space The space between pages of the document.
Word Wrap Automatically wraps text to the next line as it reaches the right margin.
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