Task Pane- is a separate window that enables users to carry out some Word tasks more efficiently. Screen Tip

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Microsoft Word- is a full-featured word processing program that allows you to create and revise professional looking documents such as announcements, letters, resumes, and reports.

Task Pane- is a separate window that enables users to carry out some Word tasks more efficiently.

Screen Tip- is a short on-screen note associated with the objects to which you are pointing.

Word Window- consists of a variety of components to make your work more efficient and documents more professional.

Document Window- displays text, tables, graphics, and other items as you type or insert them into a document.

Insertion Point- is a blinking vertical bar that indicates where text will be inserted as you type.

End Mark- is a short horizontal line that indicates the end of your document.

Mouse Pointer- becomes different shapes depending on the task you are performing in Word and the pointer’s location on the screen.

Horizontal Rulers- are located at the top edge of the document window.

Scroll Bars- display different portions of your document in the document window. The one located on the right edge of the document window is a vertical scroll bar. The one located at the bottom of the document window is a horizontal scroll bar.

Scroll Box- reflects the location of the portion of the document displaying in the document window.

Status Bar- presents information about the location of the insertion point and the progress of current tasks, as well as the status of certain commands, keys, and buttons.

Status indicators-

Menu Bar- is a special toolbar that displays the Word menu names.

Menu- each contains a list of commands you can use to perform tasks such as retrieving, storing, printing, and formatting data in your document.

Submenu- when pointing to a command on the menu that has an arrow to its right edge, the submenu displays another list of commands.

Full Menu- lists all the commands associated with a menu.

Dimmed Commands- both short and full menus display some commands that appear gray, or dimmed, instead of black, which indicates they are not available for the current selection.

Hidden Commands- a command with a dark gray shading in the rectangle to the left of it on a full menu is hidden because it does not display on a short menu.

Toolbar- contains buttons, boxes, and menus that allow you to perform tasks more quickly than using the menu bar and related menus.

Standard Toolbar- a built in toolbar that contains some functions such as copy, paste, and cut.

Formatting Toolbar- a built in toolbar that contains some functions such as change font, change font size, and italicize text.

Move Handle- The move handle is located on the left side of each toolbar, and allows you to move that specific object or toolbar.

Docked Toolbar- is one that is attached to the edge of the Word Window, and cannot be moved, but they can be rearranged.

Floating Toolbar- is not attached to an edge of the Word window; this is, it displays in the middle of the Word window, and can be moved.

Language Bar- indicates whether you want to speak commands or dictate text.

Zoom Page Width- this is used to increase or decrease the size of the displayed characters to a point where both the left and right margins are at the edges of the document window.

Font- or typeface, defines the appearance and shape of the letters, numbers, and special characters.

Default- the default font is the font that is presently being used, for example this default is Times New Roman.

Font Size- specifies the size of the characters and is determined by a measurement system called points.

Point- is about 1/72 of one inch in height.

Spelling and Grammar Status icon- displays to the right of the status bar, and as you type, the icon shows an animated pencil writing a paper, which indicates Word is checking for possible errors.

Formatting Mark or non printing character- is a character that displays on the screen but is not visible on a printed document.

Wordwrap- allows you to type words in a paragraph continuously without pressing the ENTER key at the end of each line.

Scrolls- as you type more lines of text than Word can display in the document window, Word scrolls the top portion of the document upward off the screen.

Scroll Box- indicates the current relative location of the insertion point in the document.

Folder- is a specific location on a disk.

Paragraph Formatting- is the process of changing the appearance of a paragraph. For example you can center or indent a paragraph.

Character Formatting- is the process of changing the way characters appear on the screen and in print.

Selected Text- is the highlighted text. For example if your screen normally displays dark letters on a light background, then selected text displays lights letters on a dark background.

Select- is the process by which you highlight something in order to show that it is being used.

Left-aligned- is the default alignment for paragraphs, this is, flush at the left margin of the document with uneven right edges.

Right-aligned- the words are flush at the right margin of the document with uneven left edges.

Center- is the position of the text or image horizontally between the left and right margins on the page.

Undo Button- is on the Standard toolbar and allows you to cancel your recent command(s) or action(s).

Redo Button- this button is used to undo what you have done by using the undo button. Basically it goes back to the original before you pushed the undo button.

Repeat Command- duplicates the last command so you can perform it again.

Graphics- files containing graphical images that are available from a variety of sources.

Clip Art- predefined graphics that can be inserted into a Word document.

Clip Organizer- contains a collection of clips, including clip art, as well as photographs, sounds, and video clips.

Resizing- includes both enlarging and reducing the size of a graphic. To resize a graphic you must first select it.

Hard copy or Printout- a printed version of the document.

Additions- occur when you omit text from a document and want to insert it later.

Deletions- if text in the document is no longer needed, then you would delete the words.

Modifications- if an error is made in a document or changes take place that affect the document; you might have to revise the word(s) in the text.

Insert Mode- as you type a character, Word inserts the character and moves all the characters to the right of the typed character one position to the right.

OVR Status Indicator- by clicking this on the status bar, it changes you to overtype mode.

Overtype Mode- is when Word replaces characters to the right of the insertion point.

Word Help System- is where you can at anytime while using Word, get answers to questions.

Ask a Question Box- on the right side of the menu bar lets you type free-form questions. Word responds by displaying a list of topics related to the word or phrase you have entered.

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