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Keyboarding - 2

2nd Quarter Terms

QuestionAnswer
Alignment the horizontal positioning of text (such as left, right, center, or justify)
Bold a print enhancement used to make characters appear darker than other text to add emphasis
Bullets/Numbering used to arrange items in a list with each item beginning with a bullet or a number
Cut/Copy/Paste a feature that enables you to move or copy text from one place to another
Font size determines the height of characters in units called points
Font style the type of character format that determines the look or artistic style of the characters
Font type the design and appearance of printed characters
Footer text such as title, page numbers, and dates printed at the bottom of a page
Header text such as title, page numbers, and dates printed at the top of a page
Indentation to move one or more lines inward from the margins
Insertion mode an input mode in which the existing text moves to the right as new text is added
Italics text that is slanted to the right
Landscape orientation page orientation in which data prints across the wider portion of the page
Line spacing the vertical distance between two lines of type
Margins blank spaces between the edge of the paper and the printed text
Page numbering method of arranging pages in numerical order
Portrait orientation page orientation in which data prints across the narrower portion of a page
Reveal/Show codes show nonprinting or formatting characters
Spell check used to check the spelling of a document after keying
Addressee the person to whom you are sending the memorandum
Attachment notation indicates that another document is attached to a letter
Block format all parts of a letter (including paragraphs) begin at the left margin
Body the paragraphs that make up the main message
Columns information arranged vertically
Complimentary close the closing or the farewell of the letter
E-mail an electronic message used by individuals to communicate with one another
Enclosure notation indicates that another document is enclosed with a letter
Letter address the address to which the letter is being sent
Memorandum (memo) a written message used by individuals within an organization to communicate with one another
Open punctuation a punctuation style for letters in which there is no punctuation following the salutation and complimentary close of the letter
Proofreader's marks symbols used to indicate errors that need correcting when re-keying copy
Reference initials indicate who keyed the document
Return address the address of the person sending the letter
Salutation the greeting of the letter
Source document copy from which you are keying
Subject line alerts the reader immediately to the content of the document
Mixed punctuation a punctuation style for letters in which a colon follows the salutation/greeting and a comma follows the complimentary closing
Reference list authors cited in reports are listed alphabetically by author surnames at the end of the report (often on a separate page) under the heading REFERENCES (or BIBLIOGRAPHY or WORKS CITED )
Table a grid of rows and columns that intersect to form cells into which information can be typed
Textual citations parentheses used in the report body to give credit (cite) to authors for quotes taken from their works
Writer the author of the document
Unbound reports short reports that are often prepared without covers and binders and, if longer than one page, are usually fastened together in the upper left corner by a staple or paper clip
Created by: jcandland