PCA Document Presentation Word Ch 2
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PCA Document Presentation Word Ch 2
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Document Presentation - Editing and Formatting
The Background of a picture is the portion of a picture to be removed.
A Bar Tab marks the location of a vertical line between columns.
A Border is a line that surrounds a paragraph, page, a table, or an image.
Brightness is the ratio between lightness and darkness of an image.
A bulleted list itemizes and separates paragraph text to increase readability.
A Center Tab marks where text centers as you type.
Use Change Case to change capitalization of text.
Character Spacing is the horizontal space between characters.
A Character Style stores character formatting and affects only selected text.
A Column formats a section of a document into side-by-side vertical blocks.
Compress reduces the file size of an object.
Contrast is the differennce between light and dark areas of an image.
Cropping or Crop
Cropping (or to Crop) is the process of trimming the edges of an image or other graphical object.
A Decimal Tab marks where numbers align on a decimal point as you type.
First Line Indent
A First Line Indent marks the location to indent only the first line in a paragraph.
A Typeface or Font is a complete set of characters.
The Foreground of a picture is the portion of the picture to be kept.
A Hanging Indent marks how far to indent each line of a paragraph except the first.
Hidden Text does not appear on screen.
Use the Highlighter to mark text that you want to locate easily.
Horizontal Alignment refers to the placement of text between the left and right margins.
Kerning enables more even spacing between characters.
A Leader Character is dots or hyphens that connect two items of information.
A Left Tab marks the position to align text on the left.
Line Spacing is the space between the lines in a paragraph.
A Monospaced Typeface uses the same amount of horzontal space for every character.
A Multileveled List extends a numbered list to several levels.
A Nonbreaking Hyphen prevents a word form becoming seperated at the hyphen.
a Nonbreaking Space keeps two or more words together on a line.
A Numbered List sequences and prioritizes items.
Open Type is a form of font designed for use on all platforms.
An Orphan is the first line of a paragraph appearing by itself at the bottom of a page.
Outline View is a structural view that displays varying amounts of detail.
Paragraph Spacing is the amount of space before or after a paragraph.
A Paragraph Style stores formats used on text in an entire paragraph.
Picture Styles gallery contains preformatted options that can be applied to a graphical object
Position raises or lowers text from the baseline.
A Proportional Typeface allocates horzontal space to each character.
A Right Tab marks the position to align text on the right.
Sans Serif Typeface
A Sans Serif Typeface does not contain thin lines on characters.
Scale or Scaling
Scale or Scaling is the adjustment of height or width by a percentage of the image's original size.
A Serif Typeface contains a thin line at the top and bottom of characters.
Shading is background color that appears behind text.
Sizing Handles are the small circels and squares that appear around a selected object and enable you to adjust the height and width of an object.
A Style is a set of formatting options you apply to characters or paragraphs.
A Tab is a marker for aligning text in a document.
Text Wrapping Style
Text Wrapping Style refers to the way text wraps around an image.
Type Style is the characteristic applied to a font, such as bold.
Typeface or Font
Typeface or Font is a complete set of characters.
Typography is the appearance of printed matter.
A widow is the last line of a paragraph appearing by itself at the top of a page.