Autoformat a method of formatting a document using a default setting within Microsoft Word to check for elements including font size, indentation, hyphenation, and flow

 

AutoMark automatically labels (or marks) all instances of an entry to be placed in the index

 

Body text style a format for a block of text included in the default setting unless otherwise altered

 

Bookmark a means of saving the location of information for later use

 

Bulleted list a group of information divided by little pictures/symbols called bullets

 

Bullets and numbering command found in the Format menu, used to create bulleted and numbered lists, and outlines

 

Cell one individual section of a table that contains data

 

Character style changes the formatting of text you select in terms of size, font, and style

 

Column one vertical group of cells in a table

 

Footer identifying label printed on the bottom of each page of a document

 

Format style command allows you to select or customize a style of formatting for a document

 

Go to command allows you to move to the top of any desired page

 

Header identifying label printed on the top of each page of a document

 

Index an alphabetical list of key terms or ideas placed at the end of a document for easy reference

 

Index and tables command used to create a table of contents

 

Insert page numbers command allows you to add page numbers to a document

 

Insert table command allows you to add a table with a customized number of rows and columns

 

Leader character dots or hyphens used to connect points of information, such as in a table of contents

 

Mark index entry a function that allows you to assign placement of text from a document into the index

 

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Normal style the default formatting settings assigned to a new document unless otherwise specified

 

Numbered list a group of information divided or ranked by letters or numerals

 

Outline an organized summary list of objectives, goals, or points of information

 

Page numbers a way or organizing pages sequentially

 

Paragraph style changes the formatting of a paragraph you select in terms of its flow, spacing, indents/tabs, alignment, borders, and shading

 

Row one horizontal group of cells in a table

 

Section a means of dividing a document into independently formatted parts

 

Style the ability to create a uniform format for a document

 

Table a grid of cells used to display information in rows and columns

 

Table of contents lists the topics covered in a document in order of appearance, can also include the location (via page number) within the document

 

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