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Located on the keyboard and number key pad and used to move the cursor to a new line.
ENTER KEY
On a Mac computer, the key that moves the cursor down to the next blank line on the page.
RETURN KEY
A backspace key on a Mac computer keyboard that moves the cursor one space to the left, and usually erases the letter or character to the left.
DELETE KEY
Key on the keyboard that moves the cursor a predetermined number of spaces; the default is usually 5 spaces; used to indent paragraphs.
TAB KEY
To select text, leave it where it is, and also place a copy of it in another location.
COPY AND PASTE
To select text and move it to another location; deletes original text.
CUT AND PASTE
Feature that allows you to find a word or series of words in a document and replace it with a different word or series of words.
SEARCH AND REPLACE
OR
FIND AND REPLACE
Word processing tool that checks the spelling of words in a document with the dictionary spellings.
SPELL CHECK
When text is lowered a little lower than the line of text.
SUBSCRIPT
When text is raised a little higher than the line of text.
SUPERSCRIPT
A place to find synonyms for a selected word; finds alternate words or phrases.
THESAURUS
Contains the main portion of a document.
BODY
Located at the bottom of a document, contains information such as page numbers. Allows the user to insert ordered values in a reserved space on the page.
FOOTER
Located at the top of a document, contains information that identifies the contents such as a title.
HEADER
To view a file on the monitor to see how it will look when it is printed
PRINT PREVIEW
To store information on a disk/CD or the hard drive of a computer.
SAVE
Allows you to name or rename the file being stored, and to select the location where it will be stored.
SAVE AS
To name a file for the first time.
SAVE AS
Another name for alphabetical data entered into a document.
TEXT
A computerized method of writing, editing, saving, and printing text.
WORD PROCESSING
The paper position where the width is greater than the height.
LANDSCAPE
The paper position where the length is greater than the width.
PORTRAIT
What software would be best for creating an FBLA newsletter?
DESKTOP PUBLISHING
The function that allows you to delete words in a document and still see what was deleted.
STRIKETHROUGH
To see what the document will look like before it is printed.
PRINT PREVIEW
A note placed at the bottom of a page of a document that cites a reference used in the text.
FOOTNOTE
If you and two of your classmates are partners in a class project and you each work on your project separately, how could you put all of your classmates work together into one document to submit?
SAVE EACH DOCUMENT ON A PORTABLE STORAGE DEVICE AND THEN MERGE ALL SAVED FILES INTO ONE DOCUMENT.
What command would you use to rename a previously saved file?
FILE, SAVE AS
What storage medium would you use to store large files such as movies?
DVD
How text appears on the page; right, left, in middle, or from side to side of the page.
ALIGNMENT/JUSTIFICATION
Changing the way a document appears - changing the font, point, style, spacing or margins.
FORMATTING
Checks for things like subject-verb agreement in a document.
GRAMMAR CHECK
Output from a printer that you can touch.
HARDCOPY
Small pictures or symbols that will open applications or documents when clicked on; may or may not have text.
ICONS
The row of commands at the top of the screen allowing you choices of operations such as file, edit, insert, etc.
MENU BAR
To view a file on the monitor to see how it will look when it is printed.
PRINT PREVIEW
To open a file that has been saved; loads the file into the computer's memory.
RETRIEVE
Output from a computer that you can see or hear, but can not touch.
SOFTCOPY
The line near the top of the screen that gives the name of the program/application and file.
TITLE BAR
The row of icons at the to of the screen allowing you to edit text.
TOOLBAR
When using information or images that are works of other people, how can you give credit to the author?
BY CITING THE SOURCE
If you paraphrase or put information in your own words, what must you do in order not to break copyright law?
CITE THE SOURCE
How would you format a cited source or footnote number?
SUPERSCRIPT
When citing electronic resources, use the same information as in print materials but also include what 3 other items?
URL

SITE TITLE

DATE - WHEN YOU LOCATED THE
SOURCE
What key moves the cursor to a new line?
ENTER/RETURN KEY
What command would you use to rename a file?
FILE - SAVE AS
If you were saving a very large file such as a movies or video, which storage media would be best to use a CD or a DVD?
DVD

DVD's hold about 7 times more data than CD's.