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9 Weeks Exam


Arrange and enhance a document to improve its appearance. Format
The act of creating text based documents. Word Processing
A global network of computers. Internet
Consistent organization and use language that makes it easy to understand the material in this book. Conventions
The size of the characters typed in a document. Font size is measured in points, with approximately 72 points in an inch. Font Size
A device that allows you to select items on-screen by pointing at them with the mouse pointer. Mouse
A marker on your computer screen that shows you where the next mouse action will occur. The mouse pointer changes shapes depending on the current action. Mouse Pointer
Words with opposite meanings. Antonyms
Words with opposite meanings. A Word feature that automatically corrects common spelling errors as you type. AutoCorrect
A letter from one business to another business or individual. Business Letter
Computer Clock
The recipient's address printed on the outside of an envelope. Delivery Address teh current date and time.
The format in which a file is saved. Some common file types include a graphics files, text files, and word processing files. Usually, it corresponds to the application used to create File Type
Edit, change, or update a document Revise
A strip of buttons on the left side of certain dialog boxes used to open common folders quickly. Place Bar
The method of operation used for inserting new text within existing text in a document. Insert mode is the default. Insert Mode
The method of operation used to replace existing text in a document with new text. Overtype Mode
The specific use of upper- or lowercase letters. Case
Symbols writer on a printed document to indicate where revisions are required. Proofreader's Marks
The command for reversing a previous action. Undo
A location (or measurement) you use to position text anywhere along a line. Tab
The position of text in relation to the left and right page margins. Horizontal Alignment
Lined up evenly along an edge. Flush
A particular set of characters in a specific size and style. Font
The character design of a font set Font Face
A font face that has curved or extended edges. Serif
A font face that has straight edges. San Serif
The position of text in relation to the top and bottom page margins. Vertica Alignment
The amount of white space between lines of text in a paragraph. Line Spacing
Line spacing measured in points. Leading
The amount of white space between paragraph. Paragraph Spacing
A temporary left and/or right margin for lines or paragraph. Indent
Space added to the margin to leave room for binding. Also, the space between column margins. Gutter
The amount of white space between the text and the edge of the page on all four sides. Margins
A mode of operation in which revisions cannot be saved in the original document. Read-only
Categories of information about a document. Document Properties
Important words in a document. Keywords can be used to classify a document. Keywords
A dot followed by three or four characters attached to a file name, used to indicate the file type. For example, a .doc file extension indicates a Word document file. File Extension
The icon used to represent a file in a file list, such as Windows Explorer of Word's Open dialog box. File Icon
A file type that Word can open even though it was created and saved using a different application. The icon used to represent a file in a file list, such as Windows Explorer of Word's Open dialog box.
A file type that Word can open even though it was created and saved using a different application. Compatible File Type
A grid comprised of horizontal rows and vertical columns into which you can enter data. Table
A vertical series of cells in a table. Column
A horizontal series of cells in a table. Row
Markers on the horizontal ruler that indicate column borders. Column Markers
A line drawn around the edges of an element, such as a table or a table cell. Borders can also be drawn around paragraphs and pages. Boarder Line
A nonprinting line that indicates the boundaries of cells in a table. Grid Line
Nonprinting characters used to mark the end of a cell or a row in a table. End of Row/Cell Marks
A process that inserts variable data into a standardize document to produce a personalized of customized document. Mail Merge
The document containing the standardized text that will be printed Main Document
The document containing the variable data that will be inserted during the merge. Data Source
The customized resulting from a merge. Merge Document
A placeholder in the main document that marks where and what will be inserted from the data source document. Merge Field
The first row in a table. In a data source document, the header row contains the merge field names Header Row
One item of variable data, such as a first name, last name or a ZIP Code. Field
A document that lists levels of topics Outline
A set of formatting features that can be applied all at once. Style
To move up one level in an outline Promote
To move down one level in an outline Demote
To hide subtopics in an outline Collapse
To show subtopics in an outline Expand
The place where Word automatically starts a new page when the cyrrent page is filled with text. Soft Page Break
Columns in which text flows from the bottom of one column to the top of the next column Newspaper-Style Columns
A standard setting or mode of operation Default
An enlarged capital letter that drops below the first line of the body text in a paragraph Dropped Capital
A line placed on one or more sides of a paragraph(s), page(s), or text box(s) Border
A color or pattern applied to a paragraph(s) , page(s), or text box(s) Shading
A perspective added to a border to give the appearance of three dimensions 3D
An effect designed to give the appearance of three dimensions Shadow
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