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Alignment-arrangement in a straight line, or in correct or appropriate relative

positions
Bold-a bold typeface or letter.
Bullets/Numbering-Bullets and Numbering is a paragraph level attribute that applies
a bullet character or a numeral to the start of the paragraph. Applying a bullet is
straightforward; numbering is a bit more complicated
Cut/Copy/Paste-Cut removes the item from its current location and places it into the
clipboard. Paste inserts the current clipboard contents into the new location. "Cut and
Paste" Is Often "Copy and Paste" Users very often copy files, folders, images and text
from one location to another.
Font Size-The font size or text size is the overall size (generally height) of a font
shown on a screen or printed on a page. A font is typically measured in a point (pt) size,
which is the vertical measurement of the lettering. There are approximately 72 (72.272)
points in one inch or 2.54 cm.
Font Style-In metal typesetting, a font is a particular size, weight and style of a
typeface. Each font was a matched set of type, one piece (called a "sort") for each
glyph, and a typeface consisting of a range of fonts that shared an overall design.
-Footers-a line or block of text appearing at the foot of each page of a book or

document.
-Headers-a headlong fall or dive.
-Indentations-the action of indenting or the state of being indented.
Insertion Mode-Insert mode is a mechanism that allows users to insert text without
overwriting other text. This mode, if it is supported, is usually entered and exited by pressing
the Insert key on a keyboard. Tip: In Microsoft Word this mode is referred to as overtype
mode. Also see: Text mode
Italics-an italic typeface or letter.
Landscape Orientation-In word processing and desktop publishing, the terms portrait
and landscape refer to whether the document is oriented vertically or horizontally. A page
with landscape orientation is wider than it is tall.
Line Spacing-Line spacing is the space between each line in a paragraph. Microsoft
Word allows you to customize the line spacing to be single spaced (one line high),
double spaced (two lines high), or any other amount you want.
Margins-the edge or border of something.
Page Numbering-Page numbering is the process of applying a sequence of numbers
(or letters, or roman numerals) to the pages of a book or other document. The number
itself, which may appear in various places on the page, can be referred to as a page
number or as a folio
Portrait Orientation-Means that the screen is locked in portrait view and will not
change when you rotate the phone. To unlock it, double click on the home button, swipe
the list of apps moving your finger left to right, then click the icon with the circular arrow

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Print-produce (books, newspapers, magazines, etc.), especially in large quantities,

by a mechanical process involving the transfer of text, images, or designs to paper.


Reveal/Show Codes-make (previously unknown or secret information) known to others.
Spell Check-check the spelling in (a text) using a spellchecker.
Tab Settings-tab - Computer Definition. (1) (TABlet) See tablet computer. (2) To
move the cursor on a display screen or the print head on a printer to a specified
column (the tab stop). Pressing the Tab key on a keyboard moves the screen cursor
horizontally to the right.
Type over Mode-typeover mode - Computer Definition. In word processing and data entry, a
state in which each character typed on the keyboard replaces the character at the current cursor
location. Contrast with insert mode.
Underline -draw a line under (a word or phrase) to give emphasis or indicate special

type