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Microsoft Word 2013 Basic

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created December 9, 2016
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AutocorrectAutomatically making corrections to documents such as correcting common capitalization, spelling, grammar, and typing errors
FootnoteText which is printed at the bottom of each page of a document
Page BreakDivison between the pages of a document
MarkupSequence of characters or other symbols that you insert at certain places in a text or word processing file.
PromoteTo help or encourage to exist, or flourish
RibbonActs as the major organizational unit of Microsoft Word.
BackstageAccessible by clicking on the File tab near the top.
First Line IndentAn indent in a paragraph when only the first line of the text in the paragraph is indented.
Hanging IndentDescription of the indent in a paragraph when the first line of the text is not indented but all of the following lines in a paragraph are indented
Mail MergePersonalized letter which is sent to multiple individuals with the only difference being the individual's name
MS WordMicrosoft Word
Quick Access ToolbarCommands that are used for Redo, Undo, an Save.
SmartArtGraphic diagram which shows a process or a list in a visual form to aid in understanding
Bullet PointsA black dot, circle, or other mark that is found before the text that identifies key terms or important text.
FooterText which is printed at the bottom of each page of a document
HeaderText which is printed at the top of each page of a document
MarginBlank areas around the sides of a page
AlignPosition of the text between the margins
StylesChanges the font and paragraph properties of the entire document
FormatAct of customizing a document to fit the needs of the user by adjusting pieces of the document
WordArtUsed to add color, outlines, and shadows to regular text
Text WrapAbility of the text to be around the graphic in a document
CitationA quotation from or reference to a book, paper, or author, especially in a scholarly work.
HyperlinkA link that references to data that the reader can directly follow either by clicking, tapping, or hovering.
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