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VOCABULARY PRACTICE SECTION 2
1. Match words with these definitions.
2. Label these word processing icons of the toolbar with the correct function.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
7. 8. 9. 10.
3. Find the terms from Key information section 2 which correspond with these definitions.
1. software which allows data to be displayed and managed in a table format
2. it goes up and down and has letter labels
3. it goes across and has number labels
4. an area in a spreadsheet which contains data
5. the current cell where you enter information
6. mathematical equations that help you calculate and analyze data
7. ready-to-use formulae that help you perform specialized calculations, e.g. SUM.
4. Complete these statements with terms.
1. A … consists of three elements: typeface, type style and type size; for example Arial bold at 9 points.
2. Notice that when you get to the end of each line, Word starts a new line automatically. It moves the word you are typing to a new line when it enters an invisible margin running down the right-hand side of the screen. This feature is called … .
3. … and … lets you find a word and change it into another word throughout the text.
4. A good … program can be used nor only to rectify accidental spelling mistakes and typing errors, but also to speed typing input.
5. Many word processors include a …, so you can look for words with similar meanings.
6 The … contains arow of icons that perform particular actions when clicked.
7. … a paragraph involves moving your writing in from the margins of the page. For example,
a left indent is the distance between the left margin and the text.
5. Study the tables and then complete the text with words from Key information section 2.
A (1) … program allows the user to store, change and retrieve information. A database file is a collection of records. Each (2) … contains a set of fields. Each (3) … holds a separate piece of information; for example, a student file contains a list of records, each of which consists of several fields which give their name, address, birthday, etc. In a (4) … database, information is stored in tables that have a connection or link with one another (see tables above).
A database lets you create an (5) …, a list of records ordered according to the content of certain fields: this helps you search and (6) … records into numerical or alphabetical order very fast. It also has a (7) … function which allows you to extract information that meets certain criteria.
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