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additions

types of changes that occur when text has been omitted from a document and must be inserted later

character formatting

process of changing the way letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and symbols appear on the screen and in print

green computing

involves reducing the environmental waste generated when using a computer

underlined text

prints with an underscore below each character

resizing

includes both enlarging and reducing the size of a graphic

paragraph formatting

the process of changing the appearance of a paragraph

character formatting

the process of changing the way characters appear on the screen and in print

true

a document may word-wrap differently depending on the type of printer being used

false

a flagged word is one that is misspelled

false

a raised dot shows where the enter key was pressed

selection rectangle

a selected graphic appears surrounded by this, which has small squared and circles around its edges

true

a selected graphic can be resized using the Shape Height and Shape Width text boxes in the Size group on the Format tab on the Picture Tools tab

false

a single point is about 1/12 of an inch in height

bulleted paragraph

a paragraph that begins with a dot or other symbol

bulleted list

a series of paragraphs, each beginning with a dot character

formatting mark

a character that Word displays on the screen but is not visible on a printed document

virus

a computer program that can damage files and programs on your computer

printout

information that exists on a physical medium such as paper

false

a green wavy underline indicates that text may contain a contextual spelling error such as the misuse of homophones

scrolls

as more lines of text than Word can display in the document window, Word does this at the top or bottom portion of the document off the screen

false

as you enter text in the word document window, you must press the ENTER key when the insertion point reaches the right margin

true

each time the ENTER key is pressed, Word creates a new paragraph

true

formatting marks may not display properly on the screen with some fonts

true

if Word finds a potential error in a document, a red, green, or blue wavy underline flags the problem

Calibri

usually the default font in Word

false

paragraph formatting requires the paragraph to be selected prior to formatting

DELETE

press this key to erase one character to the right of the insertion point

BACKSPACE

press this key to erase one character to the left of the insertion point

font

typeface; defines the appearance and shape of letters, numbers and special characters

mini toolbar

appears whenever you select text

Print Layout view

default view in Word

.docx

file type that identifies a Word 2013 document

true

the mouse pointer becomes different shapes depending on the pointer’s location and locations you click on the screen

sizing handles

small squares and circles around a selected graphic

ENTER

press this key to enter a blank line into a document without typing any text on the line

CTRL+END

to move to the end of the document press these keys

CTRL

to select nonadjacent items, select the the first item as usual, press and hold down this key, and then while holding down the key, select additional items

centered

when a headline is in this alignment, it is positioned horizontally between the left and right margins on the page

rotate handle

when you drag this, the graphic moves in either a clockwise or counterclockwise motion

drag and drop editing

with this you select the text to be moved, then drag the selected item to the new location and then insert it there

themes

Word includes a variety of these to assist you with coordinating visual elements in a document

false

Word inserts text to the right of the insertion point

true

Word provides and Undo button that can be used to cancel the most recent command or action

false

Word-wrap forces you to stop typing words and press the ENTER key at the end of each line

CTRL+A

you can select a document by using these keys

false

as you enter text in the Word document window, you must press the ENTER key when the insertion point reaches the right margin

true

the right arrow symbol indicates that you have pressed the TAB key when formatting marks are displayed

ignore all

if a flagged word is spelled correctly, right click it and then click this button on the shortcut menu to instruct Word not to flag future occurrences with the same word in this document

insert mode

as a character is typed Word inserts the character and moves all the characters to the right of the typed character one position to the right

body copy

part of the flyer that consists of all text between the headline and signature line

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