Unit E vocab

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MS office Suite

a collection (or suite) of programs that you can use to produce a wide variety of documents , including letters, budgets, ailing lists, presentations, and Web pages.

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Spreadsheet Program

microsoft excel; you can use to manipulate, analyze, and chart quantitive data.

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User interface

the collection of buttons and tools you use to interact with a software program

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Standard toolbar

located directly below the title bar, contains buttons that perform the most common tasks in a program

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Command

an instruction you give to a computer to complete a task

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Document window

the work area within the Word program window

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View buttons

what you use to change your view of the document

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Outline view

creates an outline with multiple levels

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Notebook layout view

takes notes, flags items, and records audio notes in a specialized notebook document

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Compatibility report

enables you to check compatibility issues with other versions of Office, including both Mac and Windows versions

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File extension

scaled-down versions of Microsoft Office programs that run over the internet

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Template gallery

stores templates for each program by default

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MS Office web apps

you can use this to develop materials for presentations, including slide shows, computer-based presentations

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Presentation graphics program

appears at the top of the screen and includes the names of all the Word menus

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Menu bar

A bar at the top of a program window or the desktop that provides access to most of a programs features through categories of related commands

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Icon

a small image on the desktop or in a window that represents a program, tool, folder, or file

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Tabs

across the top of the ribbon; contains a different set of commands for completing a particular type of task

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Insertion point

a small flashing vertical line in the document window that indicates where text will be inserted when you type

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Zoom slider

located at the far right of the status bar, to set the magnification level of your document

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Publishing layout view

in Word, a view that enables users to work with the contents of a document as a desktop publishing document

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File

A collection of stored electronic data, such as text, picture, video, music, that has a unique name

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Cloud computing

takes advantages to different web programs

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Context sensitive

Onscreen guidance tools that display topics and instructions geared to the specific task the user is preforming

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Word processing program

you can use this to create text documents, such as letters, memos, newsletters, and reports

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Launch

to open or start a program on your computer

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Title bar

the area across the top of the window that displays the program, document name,or the currently sleeked file, folder, or device.

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Ribbon

Is the band directly below the standard tool bar.

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Home tab

appears in front of the other tabs.

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Status bar

the bar at the bottom of the Finder window that list the number of items in the selected device or folder and the available space left.

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Draft view

edit text in a simple layout

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Print layout view

printed layout of the [age your about to print

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Web layout

see how your document will appear when uploaded to web.

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Filename

which is a unique name for a file

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Template

a special file that contains predesigned formatting, text, and other tools for creating business documents, such as letters, invoices, and business presentations

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Entering

typing text

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Draft

best for entertaining and editing text

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Insertion point

the blinking vertical line on the screen to indicate where text will be inserted when you type

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Wrapped

when words you type move down to the next line

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Word wrap

a feature that automatically pushes text to the next line when the insertion point meets the right margin

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AutoCorrect

when a word is missed spelt it will change it and correct it for you

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Styles

are settings that control how text and paragraphs are formatted

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Edit

modify the text in a Word document in several ways

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Paragraph mark

represents a paragraph return that word inserts when you press [return]

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Copying

leaves the text in its originals location

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Pasting

duplicate of nit to the location you specify

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Clipboard

a temporary storage area in your computers

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Scrapbook

office programs system clipboard

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Drag and drop

where you select the text you want to copy

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Moving

removers it from its original location

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Cut

removes selected text

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Find, search, command

helps you quickly and easily find a word or phrase in a document

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Replace command

helps you quickly and easily substitute a new word or phrase for one or more occurrences of a particular word or phrase in a document

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Sidebar

you can specify the text you want to find in the text with which you want to replace it

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Formatting

enhancing its appearance and readability

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Font

the design of a set of characters

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Font style

the style of the font

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Font size

the size of the font

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Point

you measure the font size with point

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Bullet

each item in the list is indicated and preceded by a small round dot, or bullet

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Show all nonprinting characters button

clicking it once turns it on to show formatting marks; clicking it again turns off to hide formatting marks