Office 2007 Terms

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Increase the size of a window to fill the desktop?
A program used to locate and view Web pages?
A row of buttons used to select features and commands?
Return a window to the size and position it was in before being maximized?
An element of Office 2007 on which buttons and icons for accessing commonly-used commands display?
A feature that causes text to move automatically from the end of one line to the beginning of the next line?
A document stored on the World Wide Web?
Shift the displayed area of the document up,down, left, or right?
Uniform Resource Locator, or the address of a page on the Web?
A picture used to represent a feature or command?
In Access, a component of a database file, such as a table or report. Also, a picture or element that can be positioned and sized independently from the other text or data in a doc
A standard setting or mode of operation?
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A number entered in the worksheet?
A number entered in the worksheet as a label, not as a value?
A group of software programs sold as a single unit. Usually the programs have common features that make it easy to integrate and share data?
The window in which you are currently working?
Decrease the size of the document as it is displayed on-screen. This does not affect the actual size of the printed document?
Reduce a window to a button on the taskbar?
Icons, buttons, and other items that are part of an on-screen interface?
Text in the first row or column of a worksheet that identifies the type of data contained there?
A taskbar button that represents all open windows for one application?
Increase the size of the document as it is displayed on-screen. This does not affect the actual size of the printed document?
A program used to search for content on the Web?

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Created Sep 23, 2009ReportNominate
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