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msia lesson 1 vocab

understanding word

backstage view offers access to commands, accessed through file tab
block style the format that aligns text along the left margin, including the date, inside address, salutation, body of the letter, closing, and signature
command the actions you take in order to get the computer to do what you want, every button on a group on a ribbon
dialog box displays additional options or information you can use to execute a command
dialog box launcher a small arrow in the lower-right corner of the group that you click to launch a dialog box
groups collections of related word commands on the ribbon in any given tab
I-Beam when the insertion point changes to a large I
insertion point blinking point in the upper left hand corner where you begin to start the text
menu list of options associated with the topic at hand
mixed punctuation requires a colon after the salutation and a comma after the closing
nonprinting characters symbols for certain formatting commands ex:hide/show
open punctuation requires no punctuation after the salutation or the closing
preview at the print screen to see what it would print out as
print accessed through file button sends document to a printer and gets it out on paper
quick access toolbar is located above the ribbon and contains commands the uses most often
repeat lets you repeat you last action
ribbon contains multiple commands on separate tabs at the top across the screen
save command in the backstage view for when you first save
save as appears as a command listed in backstage view when you click the file tab
settings different accessibility's that change the way things act
tabs different sections to open easily and keep things organized and seperate
template a master document with predefined page layout, fonts,margins, and styles that is used to create documents with the same basic formatting
undo lets you cancel your last action made
white space space between the pages of the document
word wrap automatically wraps text to the next line as it reaches the right margin
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