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Word Proccessing

An aplication proogram tohelp create docooments such as memos, letters, reports.

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Microsoft Word

An application program used for word programs.

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Default Settings

The settings that are in place when a program is opened such as margins or font.

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scroll bars

Allows you to view entire workbook by moving it up, down (vertical scroll bar), left or rite(horizontal (horizontal scroll bar).

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Help

Located rite below the exit button on the Titlebar. Used to search for help when using microsoft word.

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Quick access Toolbar

This customizable toolbar allows you to add frequently used commands. Click on the down arrow at the end of the toolbar to add or remove command buttons OR right click on any command button and choose Add to Quick Access Toolbar.

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Ruler

Number marks across the top of the page- used for margins, indenting, tab stops, and alignment.

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View ruler button

Allows you to view/hide the rulers

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Screensplit button

At the top of the vertical scroll bar is a new button. Just above the View Ruler Button is a tiny button that looks lilke a minus sign that lets you split your screen in two when double clicked. Doiuble clicking a second time will unsplit your screen.

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Tad selector button

You can easily set tab stops by clicking on the desired position on the ruler. This button allows you to determine which type of tab will be set left aligned, right aligned, center aligned or decimal tab. Clicking on this button will allow you to change the tab style.

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Cut

CTRL+X- Cut a section and place it on the keyboard

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Copy

CTRL+C- Copy a selection and place it on the clipboard

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Paste

CTRL+V- Paste a selection from the clipboard

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Emphasis

Giving emphasis to text using bold, underline, or italics.

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Font

Style of text

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Margins

The white space around the edge of the document

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Horizontal alignment

How text is aligned (line up) between the left and right margins (left, right, center)

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Vertical alignment

How text is aligned between the top and bottom margins (page center)

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Orientation

Determines whether your document will be printed lengthwise or crosswise

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Portrait

Lengthwise top to bottom

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Landscape

Lengthwise left to right

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Spell check

Checking for spelling errors- WILL NOT find wrong uses of words (their/they're), incorrect words (it instead of to) WILL find words it thinks are misspelled or double words

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Grammar check

Checking for grammatical errors

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Thesaurus

Looking up a word to find the word that means the same or the opposite

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Template

A document that someone creates as a pattern- it includes formatting, you just have to add info

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Header or Footer

Information that appears on the top or bottom of every page

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Dialogue Box Launcher

The arrow in the bottom right hand corner of some groups. When clicked, it will bring up a dialogue box where additional options/changes can be entered.

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Document

This is what you are typing/what will print out

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Undo

To remove the effects of a previous command (CTRL+Z)

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Redo

Restores the most recent command that was undone

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Print preview

Allows you to see how a document will look before printing