DEFINATIONS CPU: The part of a computer that does most of the data processing. Moniter: One who admonishes; one who gives advices and instructions Graphics tablets: A piece of equipment used for putting designs into a computer by drawing with a electronic pen. Keyboard: A set of typewriter the keys that enables you to enter data into a computer. Mouse: A device that controls the movement of the cursor or pointer on a display screen. Joysitick: A lever that moves in all directions and controls the movement of a printer or some other display symbol. Spreadsheet: A table of values arranged in rows and columns. Hard disk: A magnetic disk on which you can store computer data. Printer: A device that prints text or illustrations on a paper. Printer driver: A program that controls a printer, the printer diver takes over ,feeding data to the printer with the correct control commands. Flask disk: A small portable flash memory card that plugs into a computer USB part and funtions as a portable hard drive. Word processer: Using a computer to create, edit and print documents. Powerpoint: A presentation program developed by Microsoft. Publisher: Who invents something. Scanner: That captures images from photographic prints, posters, magazine, pages and smiliar sources for computer editing and display. VDU: Visual Display Unit , another term for monitor or screen, but may also refer to a projecter or other type of display. Laser printer: A type of printer that utilizes a lazer beam to produce an image on a drum. CD-ROM: A type of optical disk capable of storing large amounts of data up to 1GB.
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