Word Processing Basics Review 3

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1

Where do you find the commands for Cut, Copy, and Paste?

Under the Home tab, by right clicking on you mouse, or you may use the shortcuts: Ctrl X for cut, Ctrl V for paste, and Ctrl C for copy

2

What does the three underlines below text mean? Proofreading marks:

It needs to be capitalized

3

What does the # indicate? Proofreading marks:

Space

4

What does the ^ indicate? Proofreading marks:

Insert

5

What does Widow/Orphan prevent?

The last line of the page to go on its own to the next page

6

What is the name of the blinking vertical bar indicating where you are working in a document?

Cursor or inserting point

7

What is the keyboard shortcut to "Copy" text that has been selected?

Ctrl C

8

What is the Thesurus?

It helps you find synonyms or words that have the same meaning but are spelled differently. Example: happy=cheerful large=big

9

What is the vertical distance betweentwo lines of the text called?

Line spacing

10

What feature repeats the same information at the top or bottom of each page?

Header/Footer

11

What is the name of the measurement for font size?

Points

12

What is the measured scale that shows your tabs and margin stops?

Ruler Bar

13

What do margins refer to?

The white space around the edges of the page where you cannot type

14

What does a hanging indent do?

Indents all the lines except the first line of the paragraph

15

What is a cell in a table?

Every square or rectangle on a table is called a cell