1. This mouse term refers to positioning the mouse pointer on the desired item. Point
2. This mouse term refers to tapping the left mouse button twice in quick succession.
Double click 3. This symbol is attached to the mouse pointer when a request is being processed and means “please wait.”
Hourglass 4. Click this button on a window Title bar to reduce the window to a task button on the Taskbar.
Minimize Window 5. Click this button on a window Title bar to expand the window so it fills the entire screen.
Maximize Window 6. Double click the time located at the right side of the Taskbar and this dialog box displays.
Date and Time Properties Dialog Box 7. This component of a dialog box generally contains a measurement or number and displays with an up- down-pointing arrow. Text Box 8. Drag this component in a dialog box to increase and decrease the number, speed, or percentage of an option.
Slider 9. This toolbar contains buttons for working with documents such as the Open and Save buttons.
Standard Toolbar 10. Click this option at the File drop-down menu to save a previously named document with a new name.
Save As 11. Use this keyboard command to move the insertion point to the beginning of the document.
Ctrl-Home 12. Click this button to check the spelling in a document. ABC/Grammar Button
13. This feature detects and corrects some typographical errors, misspelled words and incorrect capitalizations.
Auto Correct 14. Use this feature to find synonyms, antonyms, and related words for a particular word.
Thesaurus 15. For easy viewing and reading, display a document in this view. Reading Layout View
16. Expand the viewing area on the screen by changing to this view. View - Full Screen
17. Click these options on the Menu bar to display the Date and Time dialog box.
Insert- Date and Time 18. Click this hyperlink at the New Document task pane to display the...
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