Unit 2 Unit 2: Text Formatting

Term Definition
Alignment the horizontal positioning of text( such as left, right, center, or justify)
Bold a print enhancement used to make characters appear darker than other to add emphasis
Bullets/Numbering used to arrange items in a list with each item beginning with a bullet or a number
Cut/Copy/Paste a feature that enables you to move or copy text from one place to another
Font size determine the height of character in units called points
Font style the type of character format that determines the look or artistic style of the characters
Font type the design and appearance of printed characters
Footers text such as title, page numbers, and dates printed at the bottom of a page
Headers text such as title, page numbers, and dates printed at the bottom of a page
Indentations to move one or more lines inward from the margins
Insertion mode an input mode in which the existing text moves to the right as new text is added
Italics text that is slanted to the right
Landscape orientation page orientation in which data prints across the wider portion of the page
Line spacing the vertical distance between two lines of type
Margins blank spaces between the edge of the paper and the printed text
Page numbering method of arranging pages in numerical order
Portrait orientation page orientation in which data prints across the narrower portion of a page
Print to make a hard copy of document
Reveal/Show codes shows non- printing or formatting characters
Spell check used to check the spelling of a document after keying

reeves test 8-10 Earth Science vocab

Answer Question
the vibration of Earth produced by rapid release of energy earthquake
the location on Earth's surface directly above the focus of an earthquake epicenter
earthquake wave that pushes and pulls rocks in the direction of the wave P-wave
thin,rocky outer layer of Earth crust
a layer below the mantle about 2260 kilometers thick outer core
rigid outer layer of Earth lithosphere
mountain formed of lava volcano
volcano belt that rims the Pacific Ocean ring of fire
the point within Earth where an earthquake originates focus
vibrations that travels through Earth carrying the energy released during an earthquake seismic waves
the solid innermost layer of Earth, about 1220 kilometers inner core
the 2890 kilometer- thick layer of Earth located below the crust mantle
heat in the mantle capable of producing the Hawaiian Islands hot spot
a weak plastic layer of the mantle situated below the lithosphere asthenosphere
seismic wave that shakes particles to the direction the wave is moving S-wave

Unit 2

Term Definition
Alignment the horizontal positioning of text(such as left, right, center, or justify
Bold a print enhancement used to make characters appear darker than other text to add emphasis
Bullets/Numbering used to arrange items in a list with each item beginning with a bullet or a number
Cut/Copy/Paste a feature that enables you to move or copy text from one place to another
Font Size determines the height of characters in units called points
Font Style the type of character format that determines the look or artistic style of the characters
Font Type the design and appearance of printed characters
Footers text such as title, page numbers, and dates printed at the bottom of the page
Headers text such as title, page numbers, and dates printed at the top of the page
Indentations to move one or more lines inward from the margin
Insertion Mode an input mode in which the existing text moves to the right as new text is added
Italics text that is slanted to the right
Landscape Orientation page orientation in which data prints across the wider portion of the page
Line Spacing the vertical spacing two lines of type
Margins blank spaces between the edge of the paper and the printed text
Page Numbering method of arranging pages in numerical order
Portrait Orientation page orientation in which data prints across the narrower portion of the page
Print to make a hard copy of a document
Reveal/Show codes shows non-printing or formatting characters
Spell Check used to check the spelling of a document after keying
Tab Settings allow you to line up text at a certain point
Type over Mode replaces existing text with new text as it is keyed
Underline a feature that underlines text as it is keyed

Vocabulary 7

Term Definition
Ablaze Adjective>Filled with anger,blazing
Cordial Adjective>friendly,polite,affable
Disconsolate Adjective>hopeless,miserable,
Dissuade Adjective>to persuade (Not take in action), discourage, derail
Feasible Adjective>possible,achievable
Hubbub Noun>chaos, kerfuffle
Impulse Noun>an urge, instinct, motavation
Loaf Verb>to loll, laze, relax
Monotonous Adjective>boring, ponderous, tedious
Sojourn Noun>a temporary stay, visit

Unit 1+2 vocab

Term Definition
Alignment The horizontal positioning of text ( such as left, right, center, or justify)
Bold A print enhancement used to make characters appear darker than other text to add emphasis
Bullets/ Numbering Used to arrange items in a list with each item beginning wit a bullet or a number
Cut/Copy/Paste A feature that enables you to move or copy text from one place to another
Front size Determines the height of character in units called points
Front style The type of character format that determines the lock or artistic style of the character
Footers Text such as title, page numbers, and dates printed at the bottom of a page
Headers Text such as title, page number, and dates printed at the top of the page
Indentations To move one or more lines inward from the margins
Insertion mode An input mode in which the existing text moves to the right as new text is added
Italics Text that is slanted to right
Landscapes Orientation Page orientation in which data prints across the wider portion of the page
Line Spacing The vertical distance between two lines of type
Margins Blank spaces between the edge of the paper and the printed text
Page numbering Method of arranging pages in numerical order
Portrait orient ion page orientation in which data print across the narrower portion of a page
Print To make a hard copy of document
Reveal/Shows codes Shows non-printing or formatting characters
spell check Used to check the spelling of a document after keying
Tab setting Allow you to line up text at a certain point
Type-over mode Replaces existing text with new text as it is keyed
Underline A feature that underlines text as it is keyed

Go&Econ Midterm Rev

Question Answer
What are governments? They are the institutions an individuals who exercise authority over a group of people
How and why is government created? To protect us from the ills of society
What are public policies? They are all the laws regulations or actions taken by a government or all the things a government decides to do and it also covers a wide variety of areas such as crimes safety education and transportation
Where does government come from? Groups of people form nations united by common ancestry or beliefs that they will obey and they agree to give their power to a body of people to help enforce these norms
What is a state? It is a body of people that live with a defined territory and have an organized government with the power to make an enforce laws without the consent oh higher authority
What are the four main characters of a state? Population territory sovereignty and government
What are the theories of the formation of government? The forced evolutionary divine right the state of nature theories
What is the purpose of government? The purpose of each government regardless of its structure id generally the same order and protection
What are the six main goals of American government? Form a perfect union establish justice insure domestic tranquility provide for the common defense promote the general welfare and secure the blessings of liberty
What is an anarchy? It is the absence of any type of government
What are the two main different categories of government? A nondemocratic government and a democratic government
What are the different kinds of autocracies? Absolute monarchy dictatorship and oligarchy
What is a direct democracy? It exists when all the voters in a community decide on every government action and law all the time
What is an indirect democracy? It exists when the people elect representatives to do the work og government for them
What are the different levels of government? Unitary government and federal government
What is an unitary government? It is a top down government and the powers held by a government resides in a single central entity and the central governments are smaller local governments and give them only the power it wants them to have and unitary is not equal to an autocracy
What is an example of a unitary government? Great Britain is because it has a parliament that holds all the power and has local governments that support the parliament
What is a confederal government? It is a bottom up government and has an alliance of independent states who each have their own powers an abilities they give and remove power from a central government and they are rare an often not effective
What is a federal government? The power is shared/divided between the central and several local govs but both levels of government set their own laws and policies and have their own officials but the higher levels usually have more authority when policies conflict with each other

Unit 1

Question Answer
Copperheads Northerners who sympathized with the South.
Emancipation Proclamation All slaves living in areas still rebelling against the United States would be free.
Total War Strategy of fighting in which the army destroys it's opponent's ability to fight.
War of Attrition General Grants War strategy of fighting until the south ran out of men, supplies and will power.
Amnesty an official pardon by the government.
Black Codes Black codes are like Civil War slave codes.
Carpetbaggers Northerners who wanted to participate in the state conventions.
Sharecroppers A system that had farmers working a parcel of land and in return they would get a share of the crop, a cabin and other supplies.
Compromise of 1877 An agreement to withdrawal the federal troops from the South.
Reconstruction acts Laws that divided the former confederate states into military zones.
What killed more soldiers in the civil war than battle? The shortage on supplies caused bad hygiene that created the diseases which killed off the most of the soldiers.
What is the Anaconda Plan? A plan designed to slowly squeeze the life out of the South.
What were Northerners called who sympathized with the South called? Copperheads
What were the Jim Crow Laws? Laws that enforced segregation in the South
What is the Crittenden Compromise? Extending the Missouri Compromise line westward through remaining territories.
What was the outcome of Plessy v Ferguson? The enforcement of segregation against African Americans and whites.
Who were the South relying on to help in the Civil War? Great Britain and France
Who led the South in the Battle of Shiloh? General Grant
What kind of ruler was George McClellon? Brave
What year did Congress allow African Americans to fight in the War? 1862
What stated that any slave living in a rebelling state was free? Emancipation Proclamation
What was the 54th Massachusetts infantry? Extensive service in the Union Army
Where did the South surrender? Appomattox, Virginia
What is Reconstruction? A plan to rebuild the former Confederate states and reuniting the nation.
Who killed Abraham Lincoln? John Wilkes Booth
What did the 13th Amendment do? abolish slavery

1 and 2 practice

Term Definition
Altemate key executes commands with other keys
Arrow Key Moves the insertion point in the key direction indicates by the arrow on each key
Backspace deletes the character to the left of the insertion point
Caps lock capitalizes all letters when locked down
Control Key executes commands with other keys
Delete removes the character

unit 1-2 vocab

Term Definition
Alternate execute commands with other key(s)
Arrow keys moves the insertion point in the direction indicated by the arrow key
backspace deletes the character to the left of the insertion point
caps lock capitalize all letters when lock down
control key executes commands with other keys
delete removes the character to the right of the insertion point
enter-return causes the insertion point to move to left margin and own to the next line
escape keys (esc) closes a software menu or dialog box
function keys- special keys location at the top of the key board(f1.f12.f3.ect) that are used alone or with the crl.alt.and shift keys to excute software comands
Gross words a minute (gwam) the number of standard words keyed in one minute
hadrware is the physical parts of a computer system such as the monitor,keyboard,and the drive
home keys the keys where you place your place your fingers to begin keying; a s d f for the left hand and j k l; for the right hands
keyboarding posture the correct seating position taught WHEN DEVELOPING TYPING right hand
service keys special keys that allow you to use computer to perform specific function
shift keys make capital letters and certain symbols when those keys
software programs and routines that control the functioning of a computer
space key moves the insertion point a present positon
tab keys m moves the insertion to positon
word wrap causes text to Move automatically to a new line when current line is full
Alignment the horizontal position of text (such as left,right,center,or justify)
bold a print enhancement used to make characters appear darker than other text to add emphaasis
Alignment the horizontal position of text (such as left,right,center,or justify)
bullets/ nubering used to arrange items in a list with each item beginning with a bullet or a number
bold a print enhancement used to make characters appear darker than other text to add emphaasis
bullets/ nubering used to arrange items in a list with each item beginning with a bullet or a number
cut copy/paste a feature that enables you to move or copy text from one place to another
font size determines the height of charters in units called points
font style the type character formats that determines the look or artistic style of the character
font size determines the height of charters in units called points
footers text such as title page numbers and date printed at the bottom of a page
font style the type character formats that determines the look or artistic style of the character
headres text such as title page numbers and dates print at the top of the page
indentations to move one or more lines inward from the margins
headres text such as title page numbers and dates print at the top of the page
insertions mode an input mode in which the existing text to the as new is added
Alignment the horizontal position of text (such as left,right,center,or justify)
italics text that is sianted to the right
insertions mode an input mode in which the existing text to the as new is added
bold a print enhancement used to make characters appear darker than other text to add emphaasis
bullets/ nubering used to arrange items in a list with each item beginning with a bullet or a number
cut copy/paste a feature that enables you to move or copy text from one place to another
landscape orientation page orientation in which data prints across the wider portion of the page
page numbering method of arranging pages in numerical order
font size determines the height of charters in units called points
line spacing the vertical distance between two lines of type
font style the type character formats that determines the look or artistic style of the character
footers text such as title page numbers and date printed at the bottom of a page
page numbering method of arranging pages in numerical order
reveal/show codes shows non-printing or formatting characters
headres text such as title page numbers and dates print at the top of the page
spell deck used to check the spelling of document aften keying
indentations to move one or more lines inward from the margins
print
insertions mode an input mode in which the existing text to the as new is added
reveal/show codes shows non-printing or formatting characters
italics text that is sianted to the right
spell deck used to check the spelling of document aften keying
landscape orientation page orientation in which data prints across the wider portion of the page
line spacing the vertical distance between two lines of type
margins blank spaces between the edge of the paper and the printed
page numbering method of arranging pages in numerical order
portrait orientation page orientation in which data print across the narrower portion of a page
print to make a hard copy of document
reveal/show codes shows non-printing or formatting characters
spell deck used to check the spelling of document aften keying
Alignment the horizontal position of text (such as left,right,center,or justify)
bold a print enhancement used to make characters appear darker than other text to add emphaasis
bullets/ nubering used to arrange items in a list with each item beginning with a bullet or a number
cut copy/paste a feature that enables you to move or copy text from one place to another
font size determines the height of charters in units called points
font style the type character formats that determines the look or artistic style of the character
footers text such as title page numbers and date printed at the bottom of a page
headres text such as title page numbers and dates print at the top of the page
indentations to move one or more lines inward from the margins
insertions mode an input mode in which the existing text to the as new is added
italics text that is sianted to the right
landscape orientation page orientation in which data prints across the wider portion of the page
line spacing the vertical distance between two lines of type
margins blank spaces between the edge of the paper and the printed
page numbering method of arranging pages in numerical order
portrait orientation page orientation in which data print across the narrower portion of a page
print to make a hard copy of document
reveal/show codes shows non-printing or formatting characters
spell deck used to check the spelling of document aften keying

Body Systems

Question Answer
The building blocks of life are________? cells
The nose, diaphragm, and lungs are part of the________system? respiratory
Your_________system consists of bones and the tissues connecting them? Skeletal
Cardiac muscles are located only in the ___________? Heart
_________in saliva held break down food? Enzymes
The spinal cord and the _________are the main parts of the central nervous system? brain
The places where one bone meets another are__________? joints
The job of the digestive system is to get nutrients to your ________? cells
Blood moves through the body through a network of tubes called_______? Blood Vessels
The job of the excretory system is to rid the body of ______and maintain fluid balance. wastes
The major organs of the excretory system are the colon, kidneys, and bladder? True
The muscles that acts as a pump for the circulatory system is the heart? True
Breathing in brings carbon dioxide into your lungs? False
Blood that is lost can be replaced through a transfusion? True
The large muscle at the bottom of your chest where breathing begins is called the esophagus? False
Calcium strengthens your lungs? False
Muscles move your bones? True
Digestion begins in the stomach? False
Blood is made up of solids and liquids? True
Red blood cells help destroy disease causing germs that enter the body? False