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|appendix||Matter which supplements the main text ... generally explanatory, statistical, or bibliographical material. [Macquarie Dictionary]|
|authoring software||A category of software [which] lets you make a web page without having any knowledge of HTML. [Capron]|
A large quote in a document is usually inserted as a separate segment
of text, called a blockquote, rather than given inline with
quotation marks around it.
A blockquote is left-indented with respect to the enclosing text and has whitespace before and after it. The blockquote may also be in a different typeface from the enclosing text.
For COMP1900, a standard blockquote is 0.5cm left-indented with respect to the text in which it is embedded; has 6pt of spacing before and after; and is in italics.
|cursor||An indicator on the screen; it shows where the next user-computer interaction will be. Also called a pointer. [Capron]|
|desktop publishing||Desktop publishing software allows users to design and produce professional looking documents that contain both text and graphics.|
An email package provided at ANU for student use.|
|folder/file hierarchy||An organised structure of files within folders; and folders within folders. An important part of good data management.|
|HTML||HyperText Markup Language|
Indicates the location in a file at which text will be inserted;
or the location in a file from which text will be deleted; or the
anchor point of a select operation.
In Word98, the insertion point is represented by a flashing vertical bar.
|ISP||Internet Service Provider|
An indicator on the screen which responds to the
movement of the mouse.
In Word98, the mouse pointer is represented by a bar with split ends within a document and by an arrow outside the document.
|preface||Something preliminary or introductory. [Macquarie Dictionary]|
|sans serif font||A sans serif font is clean and stark, with no serif marks. [Capron]|
|The Oracle||A file server maintained by TLTSU. Students may copy files from The Oracle but cannot write to it.|
Teaching and Learning Technology Support Unit
Uniform Resource Locator The unique address of
a web page or other file on the Internet. [Capron]
|web master||A web master is a person who makes and takes care of web sites. [Capron]|
|WYSIWYG||What You See Is What You Get|