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Cell
The intersection of a row and a column.
Content Control
Are special placeholders designed to contain a specific type of text, such as a date or the page number.
Footer
Is text that is printed at the bottom of each page.
Gridline
Form the structures of the table, the outline of the row and columns.
Header
Is the text that is printed at the top of the page of each page.
Orphan
When the last line of a paragraph appears at the top of a page.
Page Break
The place where one page ends and another begins.
Property
When you save a file, identifiying information about the file is saved long with it, such as the author`s name and the date the file was created.
Section
A part of a document where you can create a diffrent layout from the rest of the document.
sort
Arranges a list of words in ascending order(A-Z) or in descending order (Z-A).
Table
an Arrangment of text or numbers in rows and cloumns, similar to spreadsheet.
Widow
When the first line of a paragraph appears at the bottom of a page.