Text box-- A shape specifically for adding text pg.131


Text wrapping-- how text interacts with pictures or objects pg.165


Title bar-- the bar at the top of a program that includes the program name and, if applicable, the current file name pg.44


WYSIWYG- acronym for ‘what you see is what you get’, which applies to programs that show how the document or file will be displayed as a finished product pg.145


Math Auto Correct-- tool that transforms certain text codes into math symbol pg.73


Mini Toolbar-- floating toolbar with commonly used font commands that appears when text is selected pg.67


Plain text-- text with no formatting pg.29


Print Layout-- view of a document that shows the page as it would appear printed pg.146


Quick Parts (see also Building Blocks)-- premade content available to add to a document pg.180


Ribbon-- commands arranged in tabs of functions that work together.  The new display of menu commands for Office 2007 and 2010 pg.45


Rich text-- text with simple formatting such as font size, alignment, color and application of bold or underlined pg.38


Right-click-- using the right mouse button to access the options menu pg.71

Shape-- a text box with custom formatting. Shapes are modified with the Drawing Tools pg.115


Side bar-- Text box along the edge of the document, separate from the document contents pg.169


SmartArt-- editable graphics, charts and diagrams pg.134


Spell checker-- tool to check for misspelled words in a document pg.70


Styles--collection of preset formatting to be applied to text or objects. pg.133


Symbol (Insert)-- command to insert special characters, including math symbols, Greek letters, and other items from the Symbol collection pg.75

Beginning Microsoft Word 2013: Glossary

             Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS): Exam 77-418 Word 2013