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Alignment How the edges of a line, paragraph, object, or table are positioned horizontally and vertically between the margins or on a page.
Ascending Sort order arranging text or numbers from A to Z, from smallest to largest, or from earliest to latest.
Automatic Page Break A feature that automatically generates a new page, allowing text to flow to the new page when space runs out on theprevious one; also known as a Soft Page Break.
Borders Lines around the edge(s) of text, a page, a cell, or a table.
Bullets and Numbering A feature in a word processing application that allows the user to create outlines or itemized lists with either icons ornumbers.
Clip Art A feature that includes pre-made illustrations, drawings, pictures, and other graphic that can be inserted into a document.
Column One of two or more vertical sections of printed material on a page; usually separated by margins.
Copy and Paste A feature that allows a user to select text or a graphic, duplicate it and place it in another location within a document.
Cut and paste A feature that allows a user to select text or a graphic, remove it from its current location and place it in another location within adocument.
Descending Sort order arranging text or numbers from Z to A, largest to smallest, or latest to earliest.
Desktop publishing Through the use of a personal computer, combining text and graphics to produce a high-quality documents, such as newsletters,flyers, brochures, etc.
Drag and Drop A feature that allows a user to select text using a mouse or pointing device, and quickly move (drag) it to a different location.
Edit To make changes by adding, deleting, or modifying text, graphics, or other items in a document.
Find and Replace A feature that scans a document, searches for occurrences of specific text, symbols or formatting, and allows a user to replace it with new text, symbols or formatting.
Font The size, style, and design of text.
Footer Text appearing at the bottom of each page, separate from the main body of a text.
Format In word processing, to utilize features that enhance the appearance and overall layout of text, graphics, tables within a document.
Graphics Drawings, pictures, or other illustrations inserted in a document to either explain data or enhance the appearance of text on a page.
Hard Return A break in a line or a paragraph that is forced by the user when the return key is pressed, creating a new paragraph.
Header Text appearing at the top of each page, separate from the main body of text.
Indent To move text horizontally away from the left or right margin, setting it apart from surrounding text.
Landscape orientation A page layout in which documents are printed across the length of a page, making the page wider than it is tall.
Line spacing The amount of space between lines of text.
Manual Page Break A page break the end user forces into a document, creating a new page at a specific location; also known as a Hard Page Break.
Margins The white space surrounding the content of a page at the top, bottom, left and right sides, defining where a line of text begins and ends.
Print Preview A feature that allows the user to view a document onscreen and make necessary formatting changes prior to printing it.
Point size The measurement, or size of a font (text); each point is approximately 1/72 of an inch.
Portrait Orientation A page layout in which documents are printed across the width of a page, making the page taller than it is wide.
Shading/Fill The background color of a cell, table, or page.
Sort To arrange a list alphabetically (text) or numerically (numbers), in ascending or descending order.
Spell Check A feature used to automatically locate and correct spelling errors.
Tab Stop A formatting feature that allows the user to control where a line of text will be entered and how the text will be aligned; so that when the tab key is pressed, the insertion point will move to that location.
Table A set of data arranged in a grid of rows and columns.
Template A feature that includes pre-made documents that allow the user to fill-in-the blanks to create new documents, such as calendars, invoices, reports, resumes, etc.; enhances user's efficiency and creativity.
Thesaurus A feature that allows the user to view synonyms and antonyms, and automatically replace words for enhanced writing.
View A feature that allows the user to view the current page of a document onscreen in a different ways.
Word processing The use of software application to create, edit, format, print and save text-based documents, such as letters, reports, and memos.
Word Wrap Also called a soft return; a feature that automatically moves text to the next line when the previous line is full without the user pressing the enter key.
Word/Text art Text created as a graphic image.
Wrap Text A feature that allows text to be included with pictures, shapes, or tables without covering or hiding under the image, giving the user control over how the text is position.

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