Microsoft Office Word (.doc)
Header and Footer: The information which appears at the top of every page is called Header and at the bottom is called Footer.
Drop Cap: Drop cap is called initial cap to decorate first letter or word that have been stylized and bigger than surrounding text.
Hyperlink: A hyperlink is a connection between two document and parts of same document. It is commonly used in Internet Sites.
Table: A table is a grid of rows and columns that intersect with cells. It’s easy to read or present information into rows and columns.
Auto Text: Auto text is a storage location for text or graphics, where user recorded an auto text entry by a unique name.
Spike: Spike is a special type of auto text entry that store text and graphics which user want to delete.
Difference Between Auto Text & Spike:
Auto Correct: AutoCorrect is a special feature of MS Office, which automatically detect and correct misspelled words.
For example: If user type ‘teh’+Space bar, then AutoCorrect replace with ‘the’ and ‘this is theh ouse’+Space bar, then replace with ‘this is the house’.
User can also insert symbol using the AutoCorrect.
For example: If user type (C)+Space bar it change with © and (R)+Space bar it change with ®.
Mail Merge: the automatic addition of names and addresses from a database to letters and envelopes in order to facilitate sending mail, especially advertising to many addresses is Mail Merge.