Type
Word Search
Description

monitor
display
title bar
tab
status bar
Slide
Scroll bar
ScreenTip
Ribbon
Quick Access Toolbar
presentation
placeholder
group
folder
dialog box
cursor
command
button

Applied productivity tools with advanced application techniques Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

MICROSOFT
MICROSOFT OUTLOOK
MICROSOFT POWERPOINT
MICROSOFT WORD
Quick Access Toolbar
Document Area
Tabs
Control buttons
Status bar
Scroll bar
Groups
Dialog box launcher
Ribbons
Microsoft Excel

Getting Started with Microsoft Office Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is advantage of using shortcuts? Move hands less
These are useful when looking for Commands Screentips
This is a small window that pops up in an application that requires a response from the user. Dialog Box
What you do if a dialog box covers an area of your document Click and Drag
The name of the special tab that appears on the Ribbon when part of the document is selected Contextual Tab
A paper printout is also refered to a ______________. Hard copy
Ina Microsoft Office application, the item at top of document that contains most of the commands used to perform tasks Ribbon
To see what the hard copy of a document will look like, use this Print Preview
This is found at bottom of your document and has NO shortcuts on it Status Bar
A button that opens a dialog box Dialog box launcher
To increase screen space for document area you can ______________ (or minimize) the ribbon Collapse
On the Ribbon a set of related commands is called a _____________. Group
The command found by default on the Quick Access Toolbar Save
The button you press to access the Help pane F1
You use this to navigate a file - found on the side and/or bottom of a document Scroll bar
This becomes available only when text is selected. Mini Toolbar
When you open any Microsoft Office application, this tab is active on the Ribbon. Home
If a setting is cleared (unchecked) in a dialog box it is turned _____. Off

excel 1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A cell that is highlighted or outlined by a bold black rectangle. This is also called the current or highlighted cell. active cell
Cells that run from top to bottom in a worksheet and are identified by letters. column
Task-specific groups divided among the command tabs appropriate to the work a user currently performs. command group
A view that shows you behind-the-scenes options for managing files such as opening, saving, printing, and documenting files. Backstage view
Task-oriented tabs that are organized on the ribbon. command tabs
An arrow in the lower, right corner of some command groups on the ribbon that opens a dialog box related to the command group. Dialog Box Launcher
In Office 2013, the tab that takes you to Backstage view to access Save, Print, Options, and other commands. FILE tab
A system in Excel that is rich in information, illustrations, and tips that can help you complete any task as you create worksheets and workbooks. Help system
Small “badges” displaying keyboard shortcuts for specific tabs and commands on the ribbon and Quick Access Toolbar. Also referred to as hotkeys. KeyTip
Located below the ribbon at the left end of the formula bar. When a user types a cell location into this box and presses Enter, the insertion point moves to that cell. Name Box
A toolbar that gives you fast and easy access to the tools you use most often in Excel. Quick Access Toolbar
A broad band that runs across the top of the Excel window that organizes commands and tools into an easy-to-use interface. The ribbon was introduced in Office 2007. ribbon
A line of cells that start at the left edge of a worksheet, continue to the right, and are identified by numbers. row
A small, onscreen rectangle that displays descriptive text when you rest the pointer on a command or control. ScreenTips
A collection of worksheets in a single file. workbook
A page in a workbook that consists of a grid of rows and columns in which you can enter text, values, and formulas, and perform calculations. worksheet

MS PowerPoint Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

animation
backstage view
dynamic content
exciting
notes pane
placeholder
presentations
quick access toolbar
ribbon
slide layout
slide tab
slide view
status bar
subtle
tell me box
template
Themes
Title bar
transition
view buttons

PowerPoint Module 1 Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

__________________________ button is a button on the PowerPoint status bar in Normal View that allows you to open the comments pane. Comments
A freehand pen and highlighter marks you can draw on a slide in Normal View. Inking
__________________ slider is a slider on the status bar that is dragged to enlarge or decrease the display. Zoom
______________________ placeholder is a box with a dotted border and text that you can replace with your own text. text
A software program used to organize and present information that is part of an electronic slide show. Presentation
__________________ point is a blinking vertical line that appears when you click in a text box. Insertion
_________________________ button is a button on the status bar in PowerPoint that opens the notes pane. Notes
__________________________ pane is the main section of Normal View that displays the current slide. slide
Slides_____________________ is on the left side of the Normal View and it displays the slides in the presentation as thumbnails. Tab
Theme_________________ is a set of 12 coordinated colors that make up a PowerPoint presentation. Colors
Theme ___________________ is the set of fonts for titles and other text. Fonts
A horizontal strip near the top of the window that contains tabs. Ribbon

Microsoft Word Vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Find
End
Home
Scroll Bar
Page Up
Page Down
Ruler
Hyperlink
Bookmark
Clip art
Clipboard
Select All
Select
Pointer
Mouse
Cursor
Delete
Line Numbering
Undo
Redo
Replace
Cut
Paste
Drag and Drop
Format
Header
Character
Body
Footer
Tab
Style Gallery
Status Bar
Ribbon
Group
Sharing
Dialog Box
Backstage View
Save As
Run
PDF
Save
Open
Folder
File Type
Extension
File
Default
microsoft word
close
document

Power Point Lesson 1-2 Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Enables you to see your presentation in a variety of ways. Views
The default view Normal view
The slide you are currently editing current slide
A view that shows one slide at a time Notes Page View
Shows no color, only shades of gray Grayscale
A box that holds text Text box
A box that can hold either text or a graphic object placeholder
A reusable sample file Template
A collection of settings including colors, fonts, backgrounds.....etc. Themese
An icon, button or list that tells Power Point to perform a specific task command
The tabbed toolbar at the top of the window Ribbon
The ribbon is divided into these Groups
A small arrow in the group's lower right corner Dialog Box Launcher
Small downward facing arrows that open a list of options Drop Down List
Another name for the File Tab Backstage View

key terms word 2013 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Collections of related Word commands. Groups
A format style that aligns text along the left margin. Block Style
An instruction users give Word by clicking a button or entering info into a command box Command
a box that displays additional options or information you can use to execute commands Dialog box
Tiny images of the document pages. Thumbnails
Decorative text that enhances text. WordArt
a font in which the horizontal spacing varies Proportional space
a font that does not have the small line extensions on its characters. Sans serif
A set of characters that have the same design. Font
live preview shows you how your document will look with the selected feature Live preview
Any single letter, number, symbol, or punctuation mark. Character
a setting that extends paragraph text into the left margin. Negative indent
The amount of space between lines of text in a paragraph. Line spacing
A blank space inserted between text and the left or right margin. indent
A setting that refers to how text is positioned between the margins Alignment
a font in which the horizontal spacing varies. Proportional space
A command that enables users to replace one word or phrase with another Replace
To send a document to a printer. Print
A command that repeats a user’s last action. Redo
A tool that is divided into eight tabs that contain groups. Ribbon
A dialog box that will save a document in a specific format. Save As
A tool that provides more information about commands ScreenTip
An option that enables users to set document properties. Settings
a menu that contains a list of useful commands. Shortcut menu
a space between pages in a document. White space
A button in the Quick Access Toolbar that saves an existing document Save
a style that requires no punctuation after the salutation or the closing Open punctuation
A list of options. Menu
The large “I” created when users place the cursor near the insertion point I-beam
A command in Word that places a duplicate copy of selected text in the clipboard Copy

Computer Basics Wordsearch

Type
Word Search
Description

resolution
sound bar
screen shot
memory
flash drive
monitor
output
input
windows
trash
system files
hardware
software
scroll bar
save
resize
recycle bin
ram
pointer
operating system
mouse
menu
macintosh
megahertz
megabytes
list view
keyboard
folder
edit
drag
double click
icons
files
documents
disk space
directory
dialog box
desktop
delete
crash
cpu
computer
close
click
application

Computer Basics & Microsoft Word Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A collection of hardware devices that allows you to input, process (system unit), store (save), output, and communicate. Computer
Input device used to enter data into the computer Keyboard
Output device that shows you the result of the computer’s processing Monitor
Communication device that enables the computer to connect and “talk” to other computers Modem
Physical components of a computer system Hardware
Contains the main parts of the computer; including the central processing unit, memory, graphics, etc. System Unit
Process billions of information per second Mainframe
Similar to a Personal Computer, but is capable of handling more tasks Professional Worksation
A chip that “wakes up” the computer when you turn it on BIOS
“Brains” of the computer CPU
Appears the very bottom of your window and provides such information as the current page and the number of words in your document. Status Bar
Allows you to make the Word screen larger or smaller. Zoom Slider
Bars that enable you to move up, down, and across your Word window. Scroll
The blinking vertical line in the text area that marks the insertion point on your document. Cursor
Is located in the bottom-right corner of a group. Clicking it gives you access to additional commands via a dialog box. Dialog Box Launcher
Is used to issue commands. It is located near the top of the Word screen and displays several tabs. Ribbon
Takes you to the “backstage” view where you can access Open, Save, Close, Print and Recent file options. File Tab
Appears the very bottom of your window and provides such information as the current page and the number of words in your document. Status Bar
Is located next to the File tab. It provides you with access to commands you frequently use. Home Tab
Displays several related command groups and within each group are related command buttons. Tab