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Word Lesson 1

Word Lesson 1 understanding

Backstage view A tools that offers quick access to command for performing many file management tasks all displayed in a single navigation pane that can be customized to meet users needs
Block Style is a format that aligns text along along the left margin, including the date, inside address, salutation, body of the letter, closing, and signature.
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 box that displays additional options or information you can use to execute
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 that requires a colon after the salutation and a comma after the closing
Nonprinting characters Symbols for certain formatting commands that can help users create and edit documents.
Open punctuation A style that requires no punctuation after the salutation or the closing.
Quick Access Toolbar is located above the Ribbon and contains commands that users access most often.
Repeat repeat your last command
Ribbon The main control center in word.
Save To store a new or existing file with the same name.
Save As Dialog box that allows you to create a new folder in the desired storage location.
Tabs Allow access to various groups of commands on the ribbon.
Template is a master document with the same basic predefined page layout, font, margins, and styles that is used to create new documents with the same basic formatting.
Undo Lets you to cancel or undo your last Word command or action.
White space is the space between pages of the document.
Word Wrap Wrap the text to the next line as it reaches the right margin.



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