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.
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.