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MicrosoftOffice 2010

Chapter 4 vocabulary

Audience The people that read the publication.
Bibliography A list of sources.
Body The information presented in a report.
Body Text The main paragraphs in a document.
Boundary The lines separating rows and columns in a table.
Brochure A single sheet of paper with information on bothe sides and folded two or three times to create a smaller publication.
Cell The intersection of a row and column in a table.
Citation An entry in the list of sources. Also the notation within a document that refers to a source listed in the bibliography.
Column Vertical cells in a table.
Cloumn break Used to end a column of text. Text after the break is moved into the next column.
Elements Part of a diagram.
Front matter Content at the beginning of a report.
Heading Titles that are often bold and in a larger and different font than the body text.
Hyphenating A process that divides a word, when necessary, at the end of a line woth a hyphen (-) so part of the word wraps to the next line.
Masthead An area in a newsletter, typically placed on the second page, that includes the publisher's contact information and reprint policy.
Nameplate The area at the top of the first page of a newsletter that contains the titlw and date of the publication.
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