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Word Lesson 1

Word Lesson 1 Understanding Word

Backstage View A screen that appears when you click the File tab in Word 2016.
Block Style A format that has open or mixed punctuation and is common to many business documents.
Command An instruction based on an action performed in Word by clicking a button or entering information into a command box.
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.
I-Beam When the cursor is placed near the Insertion Point, it changes to a capital I.
Insertion Point The blinking point in the upper left corner where you begin creating your text.
Menu A list of options associated with them that you click the drop down arrow to display.
Mixed Punctuation Requires a colon after a salutation and a comma after the closing.
Nonprinting Characters Symbols for certain formatting commands, such as paragraphs, indents, tabs, and spaces between words.
Open Punctuation Requires no punctuation after the salutation or the closing.
Preview Gives you an opportunity to see what your printed document will look like , so you can correct errors before printing.
Print A command in the File tab used to find printing options, printer properties and settings.
Quick Access Toolbar Located above the ribbon and contains commands that users use most often.
Repeat A command that repeats your last action.
Ribbon Contains multiple commands on separate tabs.
Save Clicking the save button opens the Save As screen, and you need to specify the file name and the location where the document will be saved.
Save As Makes users able to save work to the cloud and access the document quickly.
Settings Used to control document specific print parameters.
Tabs Enables you to create, open, save, close, print, and view information about your documents.
Template A master document with predefined page layouts, fonts, margins, and styles that are used to create documents with the same formatting.
Undo Lets you cancel or undo your last Word command or action.
White Space Space between pages of the document.
Word Wrap Automatically wraps text to the next line as it reaches the next margin.
Mini Toolbar A small toolbar with popular commands that appears when you point to selected text.
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