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Tech 9 Ch. 10

Chapter 10 vocab

autofit An option that allows word to automatically adjust column widths to the size of the largest entry in the column.
destination file the file you are moving data TO when you are moving data between applications.
embedded object An object from a source file is inserted into a destination file, and the object becomes part of the destination file.
import to bring a graphic or text into the application from another source.
linked object Colored underlined text that "jumps" to a document containing additional information when clicked.
merging cells combining 2 or more table cells into a single cell either vertically or horizontally.
source file The file you are moving data FROM when moving data between applications.
splitting a cell Dividing a single table cell into 2 or more rows and/or columns.