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Menu
An on-screen display listing your choices within a program.
Online
You are online when your computer is connected to the Internet.
Address Book
A feature of an e-mail program that lets the user enter e-mail addresses to make it easier to automatically address e-mail messages.
Scanner
A device which you can use to copy a picture or words from a printed page onto your computer screen.
Highlighting
To select text for editing
Binary Logic
Number system used by a computer using 0, 1.
Boot
To load system software. A computer boots up when you turn it on. You "reboot" the computer when you restart it.
Delete
To erase text or graphics.
Bit
The unit of measure, which represents a single character of data. The smallest unit of storage on a computer.
Save
Putting your work into a permanent storage area.
Clip Art
A collection of already made graphics (pictures) in a program.
ROM
Read Only Memory - the computer's permanent memory.
Surf
To cruise in search of information on the Internet.
Application
A software program. For example, Microsoft Word is a word processing application.
Scrolling
The movement of text up and down on a screen.
Graphics
Computer pictures
Browser
Also known as Internet or Web Browser. Software that allows users to access and navigate the Internet. (Examples include Netscape Navigator, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Lynx)
Digital Camera
A camera that does not use film. Instead, it creates electronic images of pictures that can be copied (downloaded) directly onto your computer.
CD-ROM
Stands for Compact Disk - Read Only Memory
Network
A group of computers connected to each other so they can share data. The Internet is a collection of thousands of networks, which can communicate with one another.
Font
The different style of lettering that characters can be.
Document
The whole and finished text.
E-mail
The electronic mailing of personal letters from one computer to another.
Database
A collection of similar files.
Back Button
Takes you to the previous Web page within a sequence of Web pages you have visited.
Download
To transfer a file from a computer on the internet to your personal computer.
Spreadsheet
A program used to create and edit rows and columns of numerical data.
Search
To look for specific information on the Internet.
Search Engine
Use a search engine if you need information on a specific topic such as "eagles". Examples are Yahoo, Infoseek, Dogpile)
Home Page
The first page of a Web site accessible through a Web browser.
Attachment
A file sent with an e-mail message. An attachment may be a text or picture file or an application. Anything sorted on your hard drive can be attached to and sent with an e-mail message.
Virus
Can destroy information on your computer.
Hard Copy
A piece of paper that has your printed work on it.