1. An arrangement of information organized into rows and columns.
M = Table
2. The box at the intersection of a row and column in a table.
B = Cell
3. A document structure that opens a copy of itself, opens unnamed, and is used as the starting point for another document.
N = Template
4. The template that serves as a basis for all new Word documents.
J = Normal Template
5. The personal or company information that displays at the top of a letter.
H = Letter Head
6. The word style that inserts no extra space following a paragraph and uses single spacing.
I = No Spacing
7. The first line in a business letter that contains the current date and that is positioned just below the letterhead if a letterhead is used.
D = Date Line
8. The name and address of the person receiving a letter and positioned below the dare line.
G= Inside Address
9. The greeting line of a letter
10. A paring farewell in a letter.
C = Complimentary Closing
11. The name and tile of the author of a letter, placed near the bottom of the under the complimentary closing.
O = Writes identification
12. The optional line following the inside address in a business letter that states the purpose of the letter.
L = Subject Line
13. Additional documents included with a business letter.
F = Enclosure
14. A word feature that corrects common spelling errors as you type, for example changing teh to the.
A = Auto Correct
15. A technique by which you can move, by drawing, selected text from one location in a document to another.
E = Drag and Drop
Word Chapter 2 multiple choice
1. When you create a table, the width of all of cells in the table is :
A = Equal
2. To indicate words that might be misspelled because they are not in words dictionary, word flags text with:
C = Red Wavy Underlines
3. To indicate possible grammar errors, word flags text with:
B = Green Wavy underlines
4. To indicate possible errors in word usage, word flags