Keyboarding Vocabulary

Test Version A

Before taking this quiz, please remember to study the Keyboarding Vocabulary List!!

Please answer the questions to the best of your abilities by matching the words on the right to the definitions on the left. When you have answered all of the questions, click the "Check Answer" button. A box will pop-up with your score. Raise your hand and give your score to your teacher for recording. If asked, Print document to be turned in. Remember to include your Name if you print!

A letter, number, symbol, or space.
A temporary storage area for text that is to be cut or copied and then pasted to another location.
The movable indicator on a monitor (screen) that indicates the place for editing a document.
To remove a character, word, line, etc.
A setting used unless another option is chosen.
Drag the mouse to move or copy selected text to a new location.
To revise text.
the science concerned with designing safe and comfortable machines for humans.
Only the first line of the paragraph is indented.
An assortment of characters in a certain type and size.
Text and/or graphics appearing at the bottom of each page in a document.
The size, style, typeface, page size, margins, and printing requirements of a printed document.
In a paragraph, all lines, but the first "hang" (are indented) to the right of the first line.
A manual page break.
Text and/or graphics appearing at the top of each page in a document.
When positioned on the text, the mouse pointer becomes and I-shaped pointer.
In this default mode, new text is inserted between existing characters.
The alignment of horizontal lines.
Typing on a computer.
In this orientation, the document prints with the long edge of the page at the top.
Connections in a hypertext document that allows you to jump to another section of the same document, to another document on the World Wide Web, to a Help Screen, or to a web site.
The display of a document in a simple layout.
In this mode, new text replaces existing characters.
A unit of measure for fonts (One inch equals approximately 72 of these).
In this orientation, the document prints with the short edge of the page at the top.
The display of a document where the display shows the document as it will look when it is printed.
Move through the pages of a document on the screen without repositioning the insertion point.
Identify text for editing and formatting.
Page breaks that Word automatically formats as needed when text reaches the bottom margin.
Turn an option on and off using the same procedure.
Text automatically moves to the next line when it reaches the right margin.




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