Chapter 2-Lesson 3 Terms
Horizontal alignment - The position of text in relation to the left and right page margins.
Flush - Lined up evenly along an edge.
Vertical alignment - The position of text in relation to the top and bottom page margins.
Font - A complete set of characters in a specific face, style, and size.
Font face - The character design of a font set.
Serif - A font face that has curved or extended edges.
Sans Serif - A font face that has straight edges.
Script - A font face that looks like handwriting.
Font size - The height of an uppercase letter in a font set.
Font style - The slant and weight of characters in a font set.
Font effects - Formatting features used to enhance or emphasize text.
Text effects - Effects used to animate text on-screen.
Symbol - A character that is not included on keyboard.
Bullet - A dot or symbol that marks an important line of information or designates items in a list.
Sort - To organize items into a specified order.
Line spacing - The amount of white space between lines of text in a paragraph.
Leading - Line spacing measure in points.
Paragraph spacing - The amount of white space between paragraphs.
Indent - A temporary left and/or right margin for lines or paragraphs.
Gutter - Space added to the margin to leave room for binding.
Margins - The amount of white space between the text and the edge of the page on all four sides.
Section - In Word, a segment of a document defined by a section break. A section may have different page formatting from the rest of the document.
Hyperlink - Text or graphics linked to a destination file or location. Click the link to jump to the destination.
Hyperlink destination - The location displayed when the hyperlink is clicked.
Hyperlink source - The document where the hyperlink is inserted.
Bookmark - A nonprinting character that you insert and name so that you can quicikly find a particular location in a document.
Hypertext - Text formatting as a hyperlink.
Home page - The main page in a Web site, which usually provides general information and links to other pages in the site.
Template - A Word document on which new documents are based. Templates include formatting settings, text, and graphics used to create the new document.
Graphics object - A picture, chart, shape, or other element that can be inserted into a Word document.
Clip art - Picture files that can be inserted into a document.
Background - The color, pattern, or fill displayed on the page behind data in a document.
Fill effect - A texture, shading, picture, or pattern used as a background.
Theme - A collection of formatting setting applied to a document.
Web bullets - Graphics files inserted as bullet markers.
Graphics lines - Graphics files inserted as horizontal rules or dividers.