tab leader
A repeating character (usually a dot or dash) that separates an entry from the page number associated with it. Tab leaders are often found in a table of contents and can be dotted , dashed, or solid lines.
tab stops
Locations across a page that you use to align text.
A structured presentation of information organized in vertical columns (records) and horizontal rows (fields).
Table AutoFormat
A set of 18 predefined table formats that include a variety of borders, colors, and attributes.
table of authorities
A table used in legal papers and other types of official documents that lists statutes, citations, case numbers , and similar information.
table of contents
A list of the main headings and subheadings in a document along with corresponding page numbers, which typically appears at the beginning of a document.
table of figures
A list of graphics, pictures, or figures and their corresponding captions in a document.
table title
The overall name of a table that appears either as a separate paragraph above the body of the table or in the table s top row.
Table Wizard
In Access, a tool that helps users construct tables.
Tablet PC
A Microsoft computer that is used exclusively through a touch screen. Tablet PCs run Windows XP.
A command inserted in a document that specifies how the document, or a portion of the document, should be formatted.
task list
A list of tasks that appears in the Tasks folder and in the TaskPad in Calendar.
task pane
A pane that enables you to quickly access commands related to a specific task without having to use menus and toolbars .
The list of tasks that appears on the right side of the Outlook Calendar window.
Personal or work-related activities you want to track through to completion.
Tasks view
The FrontPage view that displays a list of tasks to be completed in the open Web site.
Groups of users who work in collaboration to accomplish a task.
In Word, a document that stores text, styles, formatting, macros, and page information for use in other documents. In FrontPage, A predefined layout and design for specific types of Web pages and sites. In Access, a ready-made database application that users can tailor to fit their needs. In PowerPoint, an applied pattern used in creating the slides, handouts, and speaker notes in a PowerPoint presentation.
text animation
An effect applied to text that makes it appear on a slide in increments : one letter, word, or section at a time.
text box control
A control on a form or report where data from a table can be entered or edited.
text form field
A form field with which you can provide several types of text boxes so that users can enter text.
text label
A text object used primarily for short phrases or notes.
text object
A box that contains text in a slide and is handled as a unit.
text placeholder
A dotted-lined box that you can click to add text.
text wrapping break
A manual break that forces the text that follows it to the next line. Also called a line break .
A set of unified design elements and color schemes.
A Word feature that looks up alternative words or synonyms for a word.
A small version of a graphic or slide that is hyperlinked to the full- size version. In Word, a small image that represents a page in a document and that you can click to navigate to that page.
tick-mark labels
The labels that identify the data plotted in a chart.
Title Master
The part of a template that controls the characteristics (background color, text color, font, and font size) of the title slides in a presentation. To make uniform changes to the title slides, you change the Title Master.
title slide
The first slide in a presentation.
title text
Text that identifies the name or purpose of a slide.
The group of navigation links to each page of a Web site. Abbreviation for Table of Contents.
An on/off button or command that is activated when you click it and deactivated when you click it again.
A graphical bar containing groupings of commands represented by buttons or icons.
Toolbar Options button
The button at the right end of a toolbar that provides access to hidden buttons and other toolbar options.
transaction record
The written record of transactions.
transparency film
Clear sheets for use in overhead projectors that can be written or printed on like paper.

Microsoft Office 2003 Step by Step
MicrosoftВ® Office ExcelВ® 2003 Step by Step (Step By Step (Microsoft))
ISBN: 0735615187
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 350
Authors: Curtis Frye

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