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A tool that replaces some keyboard shortcut from earlier versions of Microsoft and appears as small square labels.
A command that automatically completes text, such as the current date, day of the week and month.
A tool that offers quick access to commands for performing many file management tasks all displayed in a single navigation pane that can be customized to meet users’ needs.
A format style that aligns text along the left margin.
An instruction users give Word by clicking a button or entering information into a command box.
A box that displays additional options or information you can use to execute commands.
A small arrow in the lower-right corner of the group.
Collections of related Word commands.
The large “I” created when users place the cursor near the insertion point.
The blinking point at the upper-left side of the document where you will begin creating your text.
A tool that replaces some keyboard shortcuts from earlier versions of Microsoft.
A list of options.
A small toolbar with popular commands that appears when you point to selected text.
A style that requires a colon after the salutation and a comma after the closing.
Symbols for certain formatting commands that can help users create and edit documents.
A style that requires no punctuation after the salutation or the closing.
A tool that enables users to visually check your document for errors before printing.
To send a document to a printer.
A toolbar that contains commands that users use more often, such as Save, Undo, and Redo.
A command that repeats a user’s last action.
A tool that is divided into eight tabs that contain groups.
A button in the Quick Access Toolbar that saves an existing document.
A dialog box that will save a document in a specific format.
A tool that provides more information about commands.
An option that enables users to set document properties.
A menu that contains a list of useful commands.
Eight areas of activity on the Ribbon that contain groups or collections of related Word commands.
Master document that has predefined page layout, fonts, margins, and styles and is used to create new documents that will share the same basic formatting.
A command that allows users to cancel or undo their last command or action.
A space between pages in a document.
A tool that automatically wraps text to the next line as it reaches the right margin.
A storage area that temporarily stores the items for a user to paste in another location of the document or office file.
A command in Word that places a duplicate copy of selected text in the Clipboard.
A command in Word that removes selected text from the original location and place the deleted text in the Clipboard collection.
Hidden information such as personal data is added to the document, such as, creator of the document, company name, and keywords.
A command in the scroll box that enables users to browse by field, endnote, footnote, comment, section, page, edits, headings, graphics, or tables.
A tool that provides a grid of vertical and horizontal lines that help you align graphics and other objects in a document.
A Word feature that enables users to select multiple items of the text that are not adjacent.
A tool that appears in the left side of the window when you select its command in the Show command group.
A function that allows a user to zoom in on objects such as tables, charts, or images while in Read Mode.
A command that pastes text from the Clipboard to a new location in the original document or new document.
Changes the page layout of the document and hides the ribbons. Some editing tools are available.
A command that enables users to replace one word or phrase with another.
Measuring tools to align text, graphics and other elements used within a document.
A tool that allows the user to move up or down within the document.
A tool that allows users to move horizontally and vertically through a document more quickly than the scroll buttons or to see a ScreenTip displaying a user’s position in the doc
a tool that allows user to move up or down one line at a time, or more quickly if users click and hold the button.
Tiny images of the document pages.
Characters to find words or phrases that contain specific letters or combination of letters.
Any single letter, number, symbol, or punctuation mark.
A style that is applied to individual characters or words that users have selected.
A set of characters that have the same design.
shows you how your document will look with the selected feature.
A font in which all of its characters take up the same amount of horizontal space.
A style in which the formats are applied instantly to all text in the paragraph where the insertion point is located, whether or not text is selected.
A measurement that refers to the height of characters with one point equaling approximately 1/12 of an inch.
A font in which the horizontal spacing varies.
A font that does not have the small line extensions on its characters.
A font that has small lines at the beginning and end of characters and that is usually used with large amounts of text.
A new font command group that adds a distinctive appearance, such as outlines, shadows, glows or reflections, to selected text.
Decorative text that enhances text.
A setting that refers to how text is positioned between the margins.
A setting that inserts a one-half inch of blank space between the left margin and the first line of the paragraph: one-half inch is the default setting for this indent.
A setting that begins the first full line of text in a paragraph at the left margin: all the remaining lines in the paragraph are indented one-half inch from the left margin.
A setting that refers to how text is positioned between the left and right margins.
A blank space inserted between text and the left or right margin.
A tool identified with symbols such as dotted, dashed, or solid lines that fill the space before tabs.
The amount of space between lines of text in a paragraph.
A setting that extends paragraph text into the left margin.
A setting that refers to how text is positioned between the top and bottom margins of the page.
Vertical blocks of text in which text flows from the bottom of one side to the top of the next
A dash that is used to join words and separate syllables of a single word; by default hyphenation is turned off in Word so that words appear on a single line.
A format commonly used for brochures, graphics, tables and so on that orients text across the longer dimension of the page.
Keeps text together when changing the alignment in a document.
The blank borders that occupy the top, bottom, and sides of a document.
A tool used to keep selected text on a single line.
The first line of a paragraph that appears alone at the bottom of a page.
The location in a document where one page ends and a new page begins.
A format commonly used for business documents in which text extends across the shorter length of the document.
A tool used to create layout or formatting changes in a portion of a document.
The last line of a paragraph appears at the top of a page.
An arrangement of text from the beginning to the end, such as from A to Z, 1 to 10, and January to December.
The rectangles that are formed when rows and columns intersect.
A cell range is identified by two or more cells within a table.
An arrangement of text from the end to the beginning, such as from Z to A, 10 to 1, and December to January.
A placeholder where the function will appear. For example {=SUM(ABOVE)}.
A function that calculates totals, averages, determines the highest/lowest value and counts.
The first row of the table that is formatted differently and should be repeated for tables that continue beyond one page.
To combine two or more cells into one.
A function that allows a user to zoom in on objects such as tables, charts, and images.
Built-in preformatted tables.
To arrange data alphabetically, numerically, or chronologically.
To divide one cell into two or more cells.
An arrangement of data made up of horizontal rows and vertical columns.
Automatically inserts text when you key the month or day.
Built-in reusable content such as text, graphics, and objects that can be easily managed and inserted in a document for a quick format.
A set of predefined formatting options that includes theme colors, fonts, and effects.
A large initial letter that drops down two or more lines at the beginning of a paragraph to indicate that a new block of information is beginning and to give interest to newsletter
A placeholder where Word inserts content in a document. Word automatically uses fields when specific commands are activated, such as those for inserting dates, page numbers, and a
A sentence or other text displayed within a box on the page for emphasis and for ease of movement; often used along with drop caps in newsletters, advertisements, and magazines.
Predefined styles with fonts and paragraph spacing defined.
An invisible, formatted box which you can place text or objects.
A character code that enables most of the languages of the world to be symbolized with a special character identification.
Built-in text that displays lightly behind the document’s main text conveying the sensitivity of the document., such as confidential, draft, or urgent.
A few descriptive words providing readers with information regarding a figure, table, or equation.
An intersection between a column and row.
A collection of media files available to insert in Microsoft Office documents that can include illustrations, photographs, video, or audio content.
Reduces the size of an object.
The process of trimming the horizontal or vertical edges of a picture to get rid of unwanted areas.
Is a frame-like boundary that keeps multiple drawing objects together.
A picture or other object inserted into a document that becomes part of the document.
An image or other object positioned precisely on the page, allowing the text to wrap around it in one of several available formats.
An image or other object that moves along with the text that surrounds it.
A descriptive name in a worksheet.
A picture or other object inserted into a document by creating a connection between the document and picture file but not combining them in the same file.
Discards all the formatting changes that you made to a picture, including changes to contrast, color, brightness, and style.
The process of increasing or decreasing an original picture’s height and width by the same percentage.
An image capture of only a part of your computer screen that you have selected.
An image capture of the entire current display on your computer screen.
Figures such as lines, rectangles, block arrows, equation shapes, flowcharts, stars and banners, and callouts that you can add to your document or drawing campus.
Graphical illustrations available within Word from a list of various categories, including List diagrams, Process diagrams, Cycle diagrams, Hierarchy diagrams, Relationship diagram
A feature within Microsoft Word that creates decorative effects with a string of text.
All changes and comments are displayed on the document.
Is the opposite meaning of a word, i.e., good and bad
A command that automatically completes the text of the current data, day of the week, and month.
Shaded blocks of text used for comments appearing on the right side of the document.
Another way of displaying comments, instead of using balloons on the right, is to display them within the paragraphs of text itself.
Prevents changes being made to a document. The document is protected with a password.
A markup is a version of a document with comments and revision marks displayed for easy viewing.
The document is displayed as a final copy.
Displays the document in the original version.
Identifies the person who reviewed the document.
Displays a red line near the left margin.
Has the same meaning as another word.
A list of sources referred to in the document and is placed at the end of the document. Also referred to as a works cited page.
A location or selection of text that you name and identify for future reference.
A line of text that describes an object.
Excerpt from the source of information
A citation in a document placed at the end of the document in which the citation is located.
Content that appears on the bottom of the page.
A citation in a document placed at the bottom of the page in the document on which the citation is located.
Content that appears on the top of the page.
A block of text or a graphic that when mouse-clicked takes the user to a new location to an internal or external page.
How data is transferred through the servers.
A standardization of guidelines used by colleges and universities for research papers.
Illegal use of someone’s work.
Where you acquire the information
The symbols that appear in a table of contents between a topic and the corresponding page number.
An ordered list of the topics in a document, along with the page numbers on which they are found. Usually located at the beginning of a long document.
A list of sources referred to in the document and is placed at the end of the document.

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