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					                                                  Lesson 1
Microsoft Word 2010: Word Processing
Documents created using Microsoft Word 2010: Letter, Report, Memo
Where the zoom control slider located: Status bar
Clicking the Enter key begins a new paragraph: What action begins a new paragraph
A file name must be assigned when saving a document for the first time: What must be done when
saving a document for the first time.
Keyboard shortcut: A combination keystroke to perform a task.
Accessing Help in Word 2010: Press F1, Click the help button in the upper right corner (blue circle
with a questions mark)
Ribbon: A control center located below the title bar at the top of the Word 2010 Window.
Dialog Box Launcher: Small arrows that display in the lower-right corner of a ribbon group OR a task
pane with additional options. A Dialog box will appear when selected.
Mini Toolbar: Contains commands related to changing the appearance of text in a document that
automatically appears based on the tasks you perform.
An ellipse (three small dots) that appears at the end a drop-down menu signifies…: that a dialog box
appear when the item is selected.
Quick Access Toolbar: Is located above the ribbon, left edge of the title bar, provides convenient one-
click access to frequently used commands.
A list of frequently used command that appear when you right-click an object: Shortcut menu
Window Control Buttons: Enables a user to minimize, maximize, or close the Word 2010 window.
Undo button on the Quick Access Toolbar: Cancels a recent command or action.
Clicking tabs on the Ribbon: Switches from one Ribbon to another.
Backstage: Provides data about documents and contains a set of command to help a user manage
document.
Ctrl + S: Save a new or existing file in its same location.
Save As: Allows a user to create a new folder in the desired storage location.
.dox: Word 2010 file type.
View: The ribbon that contains the command to display gridlines used in aligning objects in a
document.

                                                   Lesson 2
Printing and saving a document: The actions or commands that cannot be cancelled in Word 2010.
Save: To store a new or existing file with the same name.
Ctrl: In Word 2010, the key that enables a user to select multiple nonadjacent items in a document.
Click and drag to select: How adjacent paragraphs in a document are selected.
Double-click the word: A quick method for selecting an entire word in a document.
Triple-click the paragraph: A quick method for selecting an entire paragraph in a document.
.rtf: The type of file that is used for cross-platform document interchange that preserves some
document formatting to be used in other word processing programs.
Document Information Panel: The area in Word 2010 that enables users to view document properties
and update the properties information at any time while creating a document.
Document Properties Panel: The area that is used to provide information about the author, title,
subject, keywords, category, and comments that describe the document.
Click-and-type: The method of text entry that enables a user to double-click a blank area in a
document so that Word 2010 formats the typed information according to the location of the entry.
Shortcut keys: The Word 2010 feature that uses keyboard combinations instead of the mouse to
select character formatting commands called.
Ruler: Helps users measure and control horizontal spacing in a document.
Show/Hide feature: The Microsoft Word 2010 feature that offers an optional display showing symbols
indicating a tab, space or use of the Enter key.
Drag and drop: Selecting text, pressing and holding the mouse button and moving the text to a new
location.
Clipboard: Where Microsoft Word 2010 temporarily store copied information until it is pasted
elsewhere.
Font: The type of formatting for commands such as bold, underline or italic.
Printer Status button: In the Print dialog box, the area provides a user with a list of available printers.
Print Gallery: In the Print dialog box, the area displays several print options and gives a preview of
how the document will look after printing.
 Character formatting: The process of changing the way characters appear, both on screen and in
print, to improve document readability.
Font: A term that defines the appearance and shape of the letters, numbers, and special characters in
a document
Point: A measurement system by which character size is determined in a Word 2010 document
1/72: The measurement of a point (Font point, Spacing point).
Italic: Gives a slanted appearance to text in a document, which character formatting effect is applied.
Superscript: The character formatting effect is applied to text so that it appears in a smaller font size
above the middle point of the line.
Strikethrough: Makes text appear in a smaller font size below the middle point of the line.
Change Case: The command on the Home Ribbon that allows a user to change the case of selected
text to all uppercase, lowercase, sentence case, toggle case, or initial capitals.
Borders and Shading: The dialog box that is used to specify the exact style of the decorative lines used
on a page.
Text Effects: The command on the Home Ribbon applies a shadow, glow, or reflection to selected text
or paragraphs.
Text Highlight Color: The command on the Home Ribbon used to apply color to text or paragraphs to
make them appear to be highlighted with a marker or pen.
Shading: The command on the Home Ribbon that applies color to the background behind selected
text or paragraphs.
Drag-and-drop: The technique used to choose and move text in a Word 2010 document to a new
location.
Strikethrough: The command on the Home Ribbon that causes a line to be drawn in the middle of
selected text.
Choose the Underline drop-down arrow on the Home Ribbon to select various underline styles: How
different underline styles are selected when applying the underline font format to selected text.
Paste Options button: The button that automatically appears in the document window after pasting
an item into a document.
Ctrl + B: A commonly used shortcut keys or keyboard combination that is used to apply bold
formatting to selected text.
Ctrl + U: A commonly used shortcut keys or keyboard combination that is used to apply underline
formatting to selected text.
Normal style: The default style in Word 2010.
Select text and click the desired style from the Styles Gallery on the Home Ribbon: How a new style is
applied to text in a document.
Office Clipboard: Temporary storage of up to 24 items copied from any Microsoft Office program.
Copy: The process of creating a duplicate of an item while leaving the original item in place in the
document.
Cut: The process of removing an item from a document with the intention of placing it in an
alternative location in the document.
Ctrl + C: The commonly used shortcut key or keyboard combination for copying text to the Clipboard.
Paste: The action of inserting a copied item from the Office Clipboard into a document.
Ctrl + V: The commonly used shortcut key or keyboard combination for pasting text from the
Clipboard.
Font: A group on the Home Ribbon containing commands to change the appearance of characters in a
document.
Print: The window that allows a user to see document pages exactly as they will print.


                                                  Lesson 3
Show/Hide feature: The Microsoft Word 2010 feature that offers an optional display showing symbols
indicating a tab, space or use of the Enter key.
Drag and drop: Selecting text, pressing and holding the mouse button and moving the text to a new
location.
Clipboard: Where Microsoft Word 2010 temporarily store copied information until it is pasted
elsewhere.
Font: The type of formatting for commands such as bold, underline or italic.
Printer Status button, In the Print dialog box, the area provides a user with a list of available printers.
Print Gallery: In the Print dialog box, the area displays several print options and gives a preview of
how the document will look after printing.
Character formatting: The process of changing the way characters appear, both on screen and in
print, to improve document readability.
Font: A term that defines the appearance and shape of the letters, numbers, and special characters in
a document
Point: A measurement system by which character size is determined in a Word 2010 document
1/72: The measurement of a point (Font point, Spacing point).
Italic: Gives a slanted appearance to text in a document, which character formatting effect is applied.
Superscript: The character formatting effect is applied to text so that it appears in a smaller font size
above the middle point of the line.
Strikethrough: Makes text appear in a smaller font size below the middle point of the line.
Change Case: The command on the Home Ribbon that allows a user to change the case of selected
text to all uppercase, lowercase, sentence case, toggle case, or initial capitals.
Borders and Shading: The dialog box that is used to specify the exact style of the decorative lines used
on a page.
Text Effects: The command on the Home Ribbon applies a shadow, glow, or reflection to selected text
or paragraphs.
Text Highlight Color: The command on the Home Ribbon used to apply color to text or paragraphs to
make them appear to be highlighted with a marker or pen.
Shading: The command on the Home Ribbon that applies color to the background behind selected
text or paragraphs.
Drag-and-drop: The technique used to choose and move text in a Word 2010 document to a new
location.
Strikethrough: The command on the Home Ribbon that causes a line to be drawn in the middle of
selected text.
Choose the Underline drop-down arrow on the Home Ribbon to select various underline styles: How
different underline styles are selected when applying the underline font format to selected text.
Paste Options button: The button that automatically appears in the document window after pasting
an item into a document.
Ctrl + B: A commonly used shortcut keys or keyboard combination that is used to apply bold
formatting to selected text.
Ctrl + U: A commonly used shortcut keys or keyboard combination that is used to apply underline
formatting to selected text.
Normal style: The default style in Word 2010.
Select text and click the desired style from the Styles Gallery on the Home Ribbon: How a new style is
applied to text in a document.
Office Clipboard: Temporary storage of up to 24 items copied from any Microsoft Office program.
Copy: The process of creating a duplicate of an item while leaving the original item in place in the
document.
Cut: The process of removing an item from a document with the intention of placing it in an
alternative location in the document.
Ctrl + C: The commonly used shortcut key or keyboard combination for copying text to the Clipboard.
Paste: The action of inserting a copied item from the Office Clipboard into a document.
Ctrl + V: The commonly used shortcut key or keyboard combination for pasting text from the
Clipboard.
Font: A group on the Home Ribbon containing commands to change the appearance of characters in a
document.
Print: The window that allows a user to see document pages exactly as they will print.


                                                Lesson 4
Show/Hide feature: The name of the Microsoft Word 2010 feature that offers an optional display
showing symbols indicating a tab, space or use of the Enter key.
Choose the View ribbon and select the Print Layout option: The proper method for viewing a
document in Print Layout.
CTRL + End : A method for moving quickly to the bottom of a document.
Paragraph spacing : The amount of space before and after each paragraph in a document.
The Home ribbon in the Paragraph group: Where the commands that adjust paragraph and line
spacing in a document are located.
Paragraph: The type of formatting for adding emphasis to a list of items in a Mircrosoft Word 2010
document.
Page Setup: The command on the Page Layout ribbon that enables the user to control the way the
document prints on the page.
Highlighting: The purpose of adding background shading to a selected area of a document in order to
bring attention to the information.
Formatting: The term refers to changes made in a document that impact the appearance of the
document.
Alignment: The way in which a paragraph lines up horizontally between the paper edges of a
document.
Indent: Refers to moving the information to the right from the current location (also sometimes called
demote).
Bullets: The dots added for emphasis to a list of items.
Numbers: Type of emphasis used when items in a list need to stay in a particular order.
Theme: Controls the variety of fonts, colors, and other visual effects available within a document.
Page Layout: The ribbon used to change a document theme in order to convey a different look and
feel.
Quick styles: The Microsoft 2010 command that enables an entire set of formatting choices applied
with one click.
Automatic and manual: Two types of page breaks.
Tab stop: Where the cursor moves to on the horizontal ruler when the tab key is pressed.
Dot leader: The row of dots between tabbed text.
Header: The very top of the page in a document.
Footer: The very bottom of the page in a document.
Page Layout: The ribbon that is used to effect the page background of a document.
Border: Lines drawn to visually frame documents, tables or cells in a Microsoft Word 2010 document.
F1: The shortcut key for accessing Microsoft Office Word Help from the Word window.
Document window: The area used to view a portion of a document on the screen.
Split: The command used to split a document into two panes so that different parts of the document
can be viewed at the same time.
Scroll: In the document window, the bar that is used to navigate and display the various areas of a
document.
Status: The bar that presents information about a document, the progress of current tasks, and the
status of certain commands and keys, and also provides controls for viewing the document.
Zoom slider: The item on the status bar use to increase or decrease the size of the content in a Word
2010 window.
Web Layout: The command on the View Ribbon that enables the document to be viewed as it would
appear on a webpage.
Outline: On the View Ribbon, the command that allows the document to be viewed as it would
appear in a multilevel outline.
Formatting marks: Characters, sometimes called nonprinting characters, that Word 2010 display on
the screen but not in a printed document.
A small black dot: A nonprinting character that represents a single space in a document.
A black arrow pointing right: The nonprinting characters that represents a tab stop in a document.
Paragraph formatting: The process of changing the appearance of a paragraph of text.
Bulleted list: A series of paragraphs, each beginning with a bullet character.
Select the list and choose the drop-down arrow next to the Bullets button to select from the Bullets
Library: The method for changing the default bullet list symbol.
Color Scheme: The document feature that identifies 12 complementary colors for text, background,
accents, and links in a document.
Choose the Theme Colors command on the Page Layout Ribbon: How a user modify the colors in a
selected theme.
Zoom: The command used to specify the size of the viewable area and allows users to reduce or
enlarge the size of a document window.
Style: The name of the group of formatting characteristics.
Change Styles: The command on the Home Ribbon that is used to modify a current style's color
scheme.
Effects: The name of the group of picture formatting characteristics that includes shadows,
reflections, glow, soft edges, bevel, and 3-D rotation.
Page Color: The command that is used to apply a background color to an entire page of a Word 2010
document.
Border: The decorative lines used to surround a page or the elements on a page.
Format Painter: The command that allows a user to copy formatting rather than contents from one
place to another in a document.
Modify: The option on the Apply Styles dialog box that changes the settings for a selected style.
Style dialog box launcher on the Home Ribbon: To quickly modify the settings for any style using the
Style dialog box.
Line spacing: The amount of vertical space between the lines of text in a paragraph.
Paragraph spacing: The amount of space that appears between paragraphs.
Header: The printable text and graphics at the top of each page called.
Insert: The ribbon that contains the command to create headers in a document.
Header & Footer: The group that contains the command to place text at the bottom edge of each
printed page of a document.
Footer: The text and graphics that print at the bottom of every page in a Word 2010 document .
Double-click the dimmed document text: A quick way to close the Header or Footer view in a Word
2010 document.
Top of page or bottom of page: Valid placement options for page numbers in a document.
Alignment: Refers to how the left and right edges of a paragraph align on a page.
Justify align: Alignment option that aligns both the left and right margin.
Page break : Word 2010 automatically inserts a page break when it determines the text has filled one
complete page allowed by the page size, margin settings, line spacing, and other settings.
Manual page break: When a user forces a document to create a new page at a specific location.
Hanging indent: The type of paragraph formatting that forces the first line into a position to the left of
the rest of the paragraph.
Page Layout: The ribbon that contains the command to change the preset margin settings in a Word
2010 document.
Paragraph: The group on the Home Ribbon that contains commands to control the placement of text
in a document.
Clear Formatting: What is the name of the command button on the Home Ribbon that returns
document formatting to Normal Style.
Quick Styles: The built-in or predefined styles used for formatting text.
Tab stop: The term that refers to a location on the horizontal ruler that directs Word 2010 to position
the insertion point when the Tab key is pressed.
0.5 inch: The default increment for tab stops in Word 2010.
None: The default leader selection for tab stops in Word 2010.
Ctrl + Enter: The keyboard shortcut for inserting a manual page break.
Page Width: The command in the View Ribbon that is used to zoom a document view width to the
same as the window width.
Page Layout Ribbon/Page Setup group: The location of the command for modifying a document's
margin settings located.
Normal/moderate/and mirrored: Preset margin settings in Word 2010.
Hyphenation: Command that enables Word 2010 to break lines between the syllables of words.
Word Count: The command that is used to find the number of words, characters, paragraphs, or lines
in a Word 2010 document.
Orientation: The term that refers to the two print layout positions of a document.
File: The Word 2010 tab that contains the Print command.
In margin: The type of drop cap that moves to the left of the margin to offset the first letter.
                                                Lesson 5
Microsoft Word's built-in dictionary: The reference that the Microsoft Word 2010 Spell Check
feature rely upon.
Possible grammatical error: Microsoft Word 2010 marks a sentence in the document with a green
wavy underline.
Find and replace: The dialog box in Microsoft Word 2010 that is used to quickly locate a specific
phrase in a document.
Go to: The process of navigating to a specific location in a document such as a line number.
A black arrow pointing right: A nonprinting character that represents a tab stop in a document.
Spelling & Grammar: The name of the Word 2010 feature that reviews spelling and grammatical
errors as you type and compares them against the Microsoft Word dictionary.
AutoCorrect : The feature in Word 2010 that automatically corrects typing, spelling, capitalization, or
grammar errors as they are typed.
AutoCorrect: The dialog box that provides the user with the ability to create pieces of text that will be
replaced with full text as it typed.
Text: The ribbon group within the Insert Ribbon that enables a user to insert the current date and set
the date to automatically update each time the document is opened.
Symbols: The ribbon group within the Insert Ribbon that contains the commands that enable a user to
insert common mathematical symbols or equations.
F7: The keyboard function key that quickly activates the Spelling & Grammar checker.
Translate: The tool that converts words or paragraphs into a different language using the Word 2010
bilingual dictionaries.
Add the entry to the Word 2010 custom dictionary: The proper action to take when Word 2010 flags
a proper noun as an error because the noun is not in its main dictionary.
Find: The tool on the Home Ribbon that lets a user search for text in a document by keying the word
into a search box.
Replace: The Editing group tool that is used to search for and replace specific text in a document.
Insert Ribbon, Symbols group: The location of the button to insert an emblem, such as trademark or
registered sign, into a document located.

                                              Lesson 6
Protection: When formatting changes and edits are restricted in Microsoft Word 2010.
Save and Send: The area that is clicked to share a blog post on the File tab in a Microsoft Word 2010
document.
Template: In Word 2010, it enables a user to format common documents of the same type.
.docx: The correct file type of a normal Word 2010 template.
Placeholder: In a Word 2010 template, it indicates the location where information should be typed.
Quick Parts Gallery: Where Word 2010 puts elements such as text, logos, or graphics saved for later
use in a document.
Building Blocks: The term that refers to prebuilt components or reusable elements such as text, logos,
or graphics that are stored for later use.

                                                  Lesson 7
Select the image: The user should select the image prior to applying a hyperlink.
Inline: The positioning of graphics in a specific place and specific line of a document.
Mailto: The command that must precede an email address to identify the hyperlink as an email
address link while in the Insert Hyperlink dialog box.
GIF, JPEG, BMP: Common type of graphical image used in Microsoft Word 2010.
Graphic: Clip art placed in a Microsoft Word 2010 document.
WordArt: The feature that is used for applying visually dramatic formatting to text and creating text
that is considered a graphical object.
Insert ribbon, Text group: The ribbon that includes desktop publishing features in Microsoft Word
2010 documents.
WordArt Tools Format: The ribbon where the WordArt object is located.
Scaling: Resizing a graphical image.
Watermark: A graphic that appears behind text.
Picture: The command that is used to insert a picture file from a storage device into a document.
.jpg, .png, and .gif: The file extensions that represent the picture formats commonly used in Word
2010.
Insert: The ribbon that includes the command for inserting charts that illustrate or compare data.
Bar, pie, line, and column: Chart types are available in Word 2010.
Screenshot: The command on the Insert Ribbon used to capture and insert a picture of any other
open program window.
Screen SnapShot: The command on the Insert Ribbon is used to select the part of a program window
to insert into a file.
Watermark: A ghosted graphic that is displayed on top of or behind text in a document called.
Choose Remove Watermark from the Watermark drop-down box on the Page Layout Ribbon: How a
watermark isf removed from a Word 2010 document.
Wrap Text: The command on the Picture Tools Format Ribbon that is used to change the way text
wraps around a selected object.
Position: The command on the Picture Tools Format Ribbon that is used to set the exact position of an
object in a document.
Handles: The term for the small, white boxes that appear around a selected graphic.
Corner: The small, white boxes surrounding a graphic allows a user to proportionately resize the
graphic.
Drawing Canvas: The area in Word 2010 that allows for manipulation of, insertion of, and changes to
a drawing object.
Drawing Object: The graphic a user creates using Word 2010.
Drawing Tools Format Ribbon: The menu that contains the command to apply a shape style.
Inline object: The type of object that is inserted into a Word 2010 document as part of a paragraph.
Floating object: The name of an object inserted into a Word 2010 document so that it is layered over
or behind the text.
Color: The button on the Picture Tools Format Ribbon that is used to change the pigment of a graphic.
Four-headed arrow: What the mouse pointer look like when you are able to move a floating graphic
to a new location within a document.
Rotate: The button on the Picture Tools Format Ribbon that is used to flip a graphic so that it faces the
opposite direction.
WordArt: The type of drawing object that enables users to create shadowed, rotated, stretched, and
wavy text effects.
SmartArt: The term that refers to graphics used in Word 2010 documents to visually represent
information using items such as graphical lists or process diagrams.
Textbox: The command on the Insert Ribbon that creates a preformatted placeholder for text in a
document.
Object: The command on the Insert Ribbon that enables a user to insert an embedded object into a
document.
Drop cap: The name of a capital letter that is the first letter in a paragraph but is set in a larger font
size than the rest of the characters in the paragraph.

                                              Lesson 8
Select the column text and choose One from the Columns drop-down list on the page Layout Ribbon:
How columns are removed from a document.
Apply to drop box: The option that is selected in the Columns dialog box to create multiple columns in
only one paragraph of text in a document.
Columns dialog box on the Page Layout Ribbon: Where the column width and spacing controlled in a
Word 2010 document.
Select the Line Between option in the Columns dialog box: How a user create a line to appear
between columns in a document.
0.5 inch: The default space between columns.
Column: The type of break that moves text following the break to the next column in the document.
Page Layout Ribbon, Page Setup group: Where the command to divide a Word 2010 document into
multiple columns located.

                                                 Lesson 9
Quick parts: Stored words, blocks of text or graphics that can be inserted with the click of a button.
Field, Auto text, Document property: Categories in the quick parts gallery that may be inserted into a
document.
Table: A feature allows users to have lists of information in horizontal rows and vertical columns.
Click the table move handle: How an entire table is selected.
Select the table part using the mouse pointer and clicking on the table border: How a part of a table is
selected.
Use the arrow keys, the Tab key or the mouse to point and click to another cell in the table: How
you move in a table from cell to cell.
Sorting: The process of rearranging information in alphabetical order in a table.
Select a column or row, right-click the mouse and choose Insert from the shortcut menu: How you
insert rows into a table.
Drag the column border to adjust the width: How you change the width of a table column.
Endnotes: Explanatory comments or references that appear at the end of a Microsoft Word 2010
document.
Reference: The ribbon where features included in Microsoft Word 2010 documents such as footnotes
and captions are found.
Apply heading styles to the appropriate headings in the document: The procedure that must be
completed in the document prior to using the Table of Contents command.
Columns: Two or more vertical blocks.
Caption: The descriptive text placed below an object called.
Table of contents: A quick reference point gives the reader an overview of where to find content
throughout the document.
Insert Citation: The references Ribbon tool that helps with citing sources and managing sources in a
bibliography.
Table of Figures: The tool that includes a list of all tables, figures, or equations in a document.
Insert Ribbon, Tables group: Where the command to insert a new table into a Word 2010 document
is located.
Table Tools Design and Table Tools Layout: The two ribbons that become available when a table is
selected in a Word 2010 document.
Table Tools Design Ribbon: The ribbon where a user applies Table styles.
Table Tools Layout Ribbon: The ribbon that is used to insert a new row into a Word 2010 table.
Cell Size: The command group in the Table Tools Ribbon that contains the command to modify the
height or width of rows and columns in a table.
Table Tools Design Ribbon: The ribbon that contains the commands to apply preset table styles to a
Word 2010 table.
Sorting: Refers to text that is arranged in paragraphs in alphabetic, numeric, or date order based upon
the first character in each paragraph.
Choose the Sort button on the Home Ribbon: A quick way to alphabetize a list of information or
numerically organize a list of numbers.

                                                  Lesson 10
Comment: The feature that enables a user to add a statement in a document's margin about that
section of the document. Also the name of the note that can be inserted into a Word 2010 document by
a reviewer to communicate suggestions, alerts, or tips to the author.
Track Changes: Marks and follows revisions made in a document by other users. Changes are
highlighted for users to review. In balloons containing suggestions. The feature in Word 2010 that
highlights insertions, deletions, or formatting modifications in a document
Target: The location within a document that links connect to
Mail merge: Combining information from two separate sources to create a final document with
custom information for each letter or envelope document.
Main document: Combining information from two separate sources to create a final document with
custom information on each letter.
Merge fields: Placeholders that direct Microsoft Word 2010 where to insert customized information
in order to create several letters in a final merged document
Mailings: The Ribbon where the group of commands used to create a document merge is located.
Mail Merge Task Pane: The name of the pane that displays a step-by-step progression that guides a
user through the creation of a mail merge.
Data Source: The name of the file that contains the data that changes from one merged document to
another in a mail merge.
Merge fields: The field names that are linked to the data source in a mail merge document.
My Data Sources folder: Where Word 2010 mail merge data source is located for future use.
An expression: In a mail merge, the condition created to determine how data is merged in a mail
merge document
Merge to New Document: The option that should be selected in order to save merged documents in
a file or edit the contents of the individual merged letters.
Balloons: The term that refers to the oblong boxes that appear when formatting changes are made in
a document while tracking changes.
Restrict Editing: The command on the Review Ribbon that limits how people edit or format specific
parts of a document.
Changes: The group in the Review Ribbon that contains the command to accept or reject changes
made to a document.
Original: The Track Changes command that allows a user to see what a document looked like before
any changes were made to it.
Review: The ribbon that has commands that enable a user to compare or combine various versions of
a document.

				
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