1. Formatting marks Characters that indicate a paragraph, a tab, or space on your screen, but that do not print when you print a Word document.
2. Red The color of the wavy line that indicates a potential spelling error.
3. Green The color of the wavy line that indicates a potential grammar error.
4. Manual page break A feature with which you can force a page to end at a location you specify.
5. Drag The action of moving something from one location on the screen to another and then releasing the mouse button at the desired time or location.
6. Live Preview A technology that shows the result of applying a formatting change as you point to it.
7. Point A unit of measurement for font sizes.
8. Text wrapping The manner in which text displays around an object.
9. Header A reserved area for text and graphics that displays at the top of each page in a document.
10. Field A category of data, such as a file name, page number, or the current date.
Fill in the Blank
1. Formatting marks such as paragraph symbols and dots for spaces are also called nonprinting characters.
2. When you are typing text and a word will not fit within the established right margin, Word’s wrap feature moves the entire word to the next line in the paragraph.
3. To delete the character to the left of the insertion point, press the Bksp key.
4. To delete the character to the right of the insertion point, press the Delete key.
5. Pressing a combination of keys on the keyboard----such as Ctrl+Home to move to the top of the document----is referred to as a keyboard shortcut.
6. A potential contextual spelling error is indicated by a wavy red underline.
7. To select a sentence, hold down the Ctrl key, and then click anywhere in the sentence.
8. A small box that displays information when you point to or drag a screen element----such as the page number when you drag the vertical scroll box----is called a screen tip.
9. A gallery is a list of potential results.
10. A reserved