Justified Line Alignment Setting text to line up on both the left margin and the right margin. Newspaper columns are examples of this. Full justification sometimes creates large spaces between words. The paragraph above has been justified. Notice the extra spaces between some of the words?
Landscape Orientation Asking the computer to turn the paper sideways in the display and when printing the document.
Left Line Alignment All lines of text line up at the left margin. The normal default setting for most application programs is left line alignment. The bullet items on this slide are using left line alignment.
Line Numbering Organizing data into a list and using numbers to keep it organized and/or prioritized. 1.Lesson 1 Basics: Speedback Quiz 2.Lesson 2 Operating Systems: Speedback Quiz 3.Lesson 3 Application Software: Speedback Quiz 4.Lesson 4 Networks: Speedback Quiz 5.Lesson 5 Common Application Functions: Speedback Quiz
Line Spacing The amount of spacing between lines of text. Some documents should be single spaced like business letters. Some documents should be double spaced like school reports. Line spacing allows you to set the spacing between the lines of text like you see in this paragraph which has been double spaced. Some documents should be single spaced like business letters. Some documents should be double spaced like school reports. Line spacing allows you to set the spacing between the lines of text like you see in this paragraph which has been single spaced. Single spacing Double spacing
Margins The white space around the edge of the paper. Anything outside the red line is the margin area.
Open Calling a document from storage to open on the screen.
Outline View Placing the document in a different view. This does not affect how the document prints.
Page Numbering Inserting a number for each page in the document.
Paper Size The size of paper the printer will print on.
Paste Taking something out of memory and inserting it into the document. Usually performed after the ‘copy’ command has been used.
Portrait Orientation The default view for a document and for printed documents.