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the way lines of text are arranged
alignment
a formatting option that makes selected words print darker than normal
bold/boldface
a frame that surrounds pictures or text
border
a list of key points, each proceeded by a symbol for emphasis
bulleted list
aligns the text horizontally on a line
center justification
references used to credit the source of information
endnotes
additions that enhance and emphasize font
font attributes
the size of characters
font size
a group of characters that are similar in appearance
font
repetitive text located in the bottom margin
footers
references used to credit the source of information or add explanations
footnotes
lines of text are both left and right aligned
full justified
created by the user, inserts a page break manually by pressing CTL + Enter
hard break
repetitive text located in the top margin
headers
insetting text located in the top margin
indent
characters are evenly slanted toward the right
italics
wider than tall
landscape
all lines are evenly aligned at the left side
left justification
the amount of space between lines in a document
line spacing
space around the edges of a page
margins
first line of a paragraph left alone at the bottom of a page
orphan
indicates that the maximum number of lines has been keyed on a page and a new page is beginning
page break
direction a document is printed (landscape or portrait).
page orientation
taller than wide
portrait
feature that allows text to flow areound an object or graphic
text wrap
a set of characters with a common style and design
type face
a horizontal line that is placed beneath characters
underline
feature that prevents windows and orphans in a document
window/orphan protection
software that is designed for the entry, editing, and printing of documents
word processing
text automatically goes to the next line
word wrap
last line of a paragraph at the top of a page
widow
text that has been lowered vertically
subscript
text that has been raised vertically
superscript
alignment that allows a document to have an even right side
right justification
all lines except the first line are indented. used in citing references
hanging indent
created by the word processing program
soft break
allows the user to move the cursor a predetermined number of spaces
tab key