Text entries that are inserted automatically when you type a specific set of characters.
Built-in reusable content such as text, graphics, and objects that can be easily managed and inserted in a document for a quick format.
Information that identifi es the creator of the document, date the document was created, subject, category, and keywords that can be used to search for the document.
A large initial letter that drops down two or more lines at the beginning of a paragraph to indicate that a new block of information is beginning and to give interest to newsletters or magazine articles.
A placeholder where Word inserts content in a document.
A sentence or other text displayed within a box on the page for emphasis and for ease of movement.
A feature that allows a user to set a specifi c font and font size.
An invisible, formatted box in which you can insert and position text and/or graphic objects.
A symbol that enables most of the languages in the world to be symbolized with a special character identifi cation.
Built-in text that display lightly behind the document’s main text conveying the sensitivity of the document.