Computer Technology Vocabulary 3
Method for searching databases consisting of logical operators such as AND, NOT, OR.
Software program that you use to retrieve documents from the World Wide Web.
A temporary storage area for text and/or graphics that are to be cut or copied to another location.
The selection that is in effect when a program is opened.
An information-exchange window in which the user selects options, choose from an item lists, and provides other information.
A single piece of information in a data base.
A manual page break
Hard page break
. A special formula that names a function instead of using operators to calculate a result (SUM)
Determines whether your document will be printed lengthwise or crosswise on paper.
A grid of rows and columns containing numbers, text, formats, and calculations.
Information or content to which copyright protection does not apply and which is available for anyone to copy
Document information, such as a filename or date, that appears at the bottom of every page.
Positioning text between the top and bottom edges on a page.
The license for this software permits you to use it, copy it, and give it away, but does not permit you to alter it or sell it.
A collection of data that is organized in a way that provides for storage, retrieval, analysis, and output for large amounts.
Paragraph format that keeps the first line of a paragraph at the left margin and indents the remaining lines from the left margin.
An indent format that indents a paragraph from the left margin.
A tab option that produces a series of dots, a dashed line, or a solid line between tabulated columns.
Copyright software marketed under a try before you buy policy.
A font that displays tiny little lines or extensions at the top and bottom of most characters in the font.
A group of data pertaining to one event, transaction, or person.
Specifies that the row and/or column cell references (addresses) change as a formula is copied.
A miniature representation (miniature of all slides)
A file sent along with an e-mail.
Standards of right and wrong behavior.