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compsw microsoft word exam
Computer Software Microsoft Office Volume 1 Introduction, Unit 1 Word, Exam 1.
Refers to the placement of paragraph text relative to the left and right margins.
The symbol that indicates to which paragraph an object is attached.
Formats applied to images that make pictures resemble sketches or paintings.
Bar tab stop
A vertical bar that displays at a tab stop.
A list of items whit each item introduced by a symbol such as a small circle or check mark, and which is useful when the items in the list can be displayed in any order.
Text symbols such as small circles or check marks that precede each item in a bulleted list.
Center tab stop
A tab stop in which the text is centered between the left and right margins.
Decimal tab stop
A tab stop in which the text aligns with the decimal point at the tab stop location.
A series of dots preceding a tab that guides the eye across the line.
Shapes, diagrams, lines, and so on.
A single piece of information that is stored in every record and formatted as a column in a database table.
A graphic that can be moved independently of the surrounding characters.
Characters that display on the screen, but do not print, indicating where the Enter key, the Spacebar, and the Tab keys were pressed; also called nonprinting characters.
Includes pictures, clip art, charts, and drawing objects.
The picture is positioned directly in the text at the insertion point, just like a character in a sentence.
An arrangemnent of text in which the text alings evenly on both the left and right margins.
Characters that form a solid, dotted, or dashed line that fills the space preceding a stop.
An arrangement of text in which the text aligns at the left margin, leaving the right margin uneven.
Left tab stop
A tab stop in which the text is left aligned at the tab stop and extends to the right.
The distence between lines of text in a paragraph.
The space between the text and the top, bottom, left, and right edges of the paper.
Characters that display on the screen, but do not print, indicating where the Enter key, the Spacebar, and the Tab keys were pressed; also called formatting marks.
The action of moving an object on the page in small precise increments.
A lit of items in which each item is introduced by a consecutive number to indicate definite steps, a sequence of actions, or chronological order.
Frames, shapes, sadows, borders, and other special effects that can be added to an image to create an overall visual style for the image.
An arrangement of text aligns at the right margin, leaving the left margin uneven.
Right tab stop
A tab stop in which the text is right aligned at the tab stop and extends to the left.
Lines, arrows, stars, banners, ovals, rectangles, and other basic shapes with which you can illustrate an idea, process, or a workflow.
A designer-quality visual representation of your information that you can create by choosing from among many different layouts to effectively communicate your message or ideas.
A small box with an upward-and downward-pointing arrow that lets you move rapidly through a set of values by clicking.
Secondary-level information in a SmartArt graphic.
Specific location on a line of text, marked on the Word ruler, to which you can move the insertion point by pressing the Tab key, and which is used to align and indent text.
A moveable resizeable container for text or graphics.
Decorative formats, such as shadowed or mirrored text, and which usually provides information about number values; also referred to as labels.
The manner in which text displays around an object.
A button that can be turned on by clicking it once, and turned off by clicking it again.
The main text points in a SmartArt grapic.
The feature that moves text from the right edge of a paragraph to the beginning of the next line as necessary to fit within the margins.