Card Set Information
A color, design, image, or watermark that appears behind text in a document or on a graphical image.
Tab that inserts a vertical line at the location of a tab setting. Useful as a separator for text printed on the same line.
A line that surrounds a paragraph, a page, a table, or an image in a document, or that surrounds a cell or range of cells in a worksheet.
The ratio between lightness and darkness of an image.
Itemizes and separates paragraph text to increase readability.
Sets the middle point of the text you type; whatever you type will be centered on that tab setting.
Feature that enables you to change capitalization of text to all capital letters, all lowercase letters, sentence case, or toggle case.
The horizontal space between characters.
Stores character formatting (font, size, and style) and affects only selected text.
A format that sections a document into side-by-side vertical blocks in which the text flows down the first vertical block and then continues at the top of the next vertical block.
The process of reducing the file size of an object.
The difference between the lightest and darkest areas of an image.
Cropping (or to crop)
The process of reducing an image size by eliminating unwanted portions of an image or other graphical object.
Marks where numbers align on a decimal point as you type.
First line indent
Marks the location to indent only the first line in a paragraph.
A complete set of characters—upper- and lowercase letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and special symbols with the same design that includes size, spacing, and shape.
Appears in front of text or images in a document or on a graphical image.
Aligns the first line of a paragraph at the left margin and indents the remaining lines.
Document text that does not appear onscreen.
Background color used to mark text that you want to stand out or locate easily.
The placement of data or text between the left and right margins in a document, or cell margins in a spreadsheet.
Automatically adjusts spacing between characters to achieve a more evenly spaced appearance.
Typically dots or hyphens that connect two items, to draw the reader’s eye across the page.
Sets the start position on the left so as you type, text moves to the right of the tab setting.
The vertical space between the lines in a paragraph and between paragraphs.
Uses the same amount of horizontal space for every character.
Extends a numbered list to several levels, and is updated automatically when topics are added or deleted.
Keeps text of a hyphenated word on both sides of the hyphen together, thus preventing the hyphenated word from becoming separated at the end of a line.
A special character that keeps two or more words together.
Sequences and prioritizes the items in a list and is automatically updated to accommodate additions or deletions.
A form of font designed for use on all platforms.
The first line of a paragraph appearing by itself at the bottom of a page.
Displays varying amount of detail; a structural view of the document or presentation that can be collapsed or expanded as necessary.
The amount of space before or after a paragraph.
Stores paragraph formatting such as alignment, line spacing, and indents, as well as the font, size, and style of the text in the paragraph.
A gallery that contains preformatted options that can be applied to a graphical object.
Raises or lowers text from the baseline without creating superscript or subscript size.
Allocates horizontal space to the character.
Sets the start position on the right so as you type, text moves to the left of that tab setting and aligns on the right.
Sans serif typeface
A typeface that does not contain thin lines on characters.
Scale (or to scale)
Increases or decreases text or a graphic as a percentage of its original size.
A typeface that contains a thin line or extension at the top and bottom of the primary strokes on characters.
A background color that appears behind text in a paragraph, a page, a table, or within a cell.
The small circles and squares that appear around a selected object and enable you to adjust the height and width of an object.
A set of formatting options you apply to characters or paragraphs.
A marker that specifies the position for aligning text in a document.
Text wrapping style
The way text wraps around an image.
The characteristic applied to a font, such as bold.
A complete set of characters—upper- and lowercase letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and special symbols.
The arrangement and appearance of printed matter.
The last line of a paragraph appearing by itself at the top of a page.