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Exercise 4-6

Microsoft Word Terms

AutoCorrect A feature available in most Microsoft Office 2007 programs that automatically corrects common spelling errors as you type.
Caps Lock Keyboard key used to toggle uppercase letters with lowercase letters.
toggle a command that turns a particular mode on and off. Also, to switch back and forth between two modes.
select mark text as the focus of the next action, such as editing or formatting.
selection bar a narrow strip along the left margin of a page that automates selection of text. When the mouse pointer is in the selection area, the cursor changes to an arrow pointing up and to the right.
contiguous next to or adjacent.
highlight to apply a colored background to text to call attention to it.
horizontal alignment the position of text in relation to the left and right page margins.
flush lined up evenly along an edge.
vertical alignment the position of text in relation to the top and bottom page margins.
line spacing the amount of white space between lines of text in a paragraph
leading line spacing measured in points
paragraph spacing the amount of white space between paragraphs
full block A style of letter in which all lines start flush with the left margin-that is, without a first-line indent.
modified block a style of letter in which some lines start at the center of the page.
Return address The author's adress, typically appearing at the very top of the letter as well as in the upper-left corner of an envelope.
Letterhead Paper with a company's name and address already printed on it.
Inside address The recipient's address typed in the letter above the salutation.
Salutation The line at the start of a letter including the greeting and the recipient's anem, such as Dear Mr. Doe.
Computer's clock The clock/calander built into your computer's main processor to keep track of the current date and time.
Field A placeholder for data that might change.
Case THe specific use of upper- or lowercase letters.
Delivery address A recipient's address printed on the outside of an envelope.
Tab The measurement of the space the insertion point advances when you press the Tab key.
Tab stop The location on a horizontal line to which the insertion point advances when you press the Tab key.
Tab leader A series of characters inserted along the line between the location of the insertion point when you press the Tab key and the tab stop.
Font A set of characters with a specific size and style.
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