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Click and Type
A feature that allows you to double-click a blank area of a document to position the cursor in that location, with the appropriate paragraph alignment already in place.
A representation on the screen of the mouse pointer location.
Desktop publishing
A process that creates pages by combining text and objects, such as tables and graphics, in a visually appealing way.
Dialog box launcher
On the ribbon, a button at the bottom of some groups that opens a dialog box with features related to the group.
Draft view
A document view that displays the content of a document with a simplified layout.
Drag-and-drop editing
A way of moving or copying selected text by dragging it with the mouse pointer.
A way of moving objects by pointing to them, holding down the mouse button, moving the mouse pointer to the desired location, and releasing the button.
File format
The structure or organization of data in a file. This is usually indicated by the file name extension.
A line, or lines, of content in the top margin area of a page in a document, that typically contain elements such as the title, page number, or name of the author.
Keyboard shortcut
Any combination of keystrokes that can be used to perform a task that would otherwise require a mouse or other pointing device.
The orientation of a picture or page where the width is greater than the height.
Live Preview
A feature that temporarily displays the effect of applying a specific format to the selected document element.
The blank space outside the printing area on a page.
An item, such as a graphic, video clip, sound file, or worksheet that can be inserted into a document and then selected and modified.
The direction—horizontal or vertical—in which a page is laid out.
Outline view
A view that shows the headings of a document indented to represent their level in the document’s structure. You can also use this view to work with master documents.
In word processing, a block of text of any length that ends when you press the Enter key.
The orientation of a picture or page where the page is taller than it is wide.
Print Layout view
A view of a document as it will appear when printed; for example, items such as headers, footnotes, columns, and text boxes appear in their actual positions.
Quick Access Toolbar
A small, customizable toolbar that displays frequently used commands.
A user interface design that organizes commands into logical groups, which appear on separate tabs.
A note that appears on the screen to provide information about a button, tracked change, or comment, or to display a footnote or endnote. It also displays the text that will appear if you choose to insert a date or AutoText entry.
Highlighting text or activating an object so that you can manipulate or edit it in some way.
Selection area
An area in a document’s left margin in which you can click and drag to select blocks of text.
Status bar
A row of information related to the current program. This is usually located at the bottom of a window. Not all windows will have one.
A tabbed page on the ribbon that contains buttons organized in groups.
A small representation of an item, such as an image, a page of content, or a set of formatting, obtained by scaling a snapshot of it. They are typically used to provide visual identifiers for related items.
View Shortcuts toolbar
A toolbar located at the right end of the status bar that contains tools for switching between views of document content and changes the display magnification.
Web Layout view
A view of a document as it will appear in a Web browser. In this view, a document appears as one long page (without page breaks), and text and tables wrap to fit the window.
Word Help button
The button located at the right end of the ribbon and labeled with a question mark (?), that provides access to the Word Help system.
Word processing
The writing, editing, and formatting of documents in a program designed for working primarily with text.
Word wrap
The process of breaking lines of text automatically to stay within the page margins of a document or window boundaries.