Name_________ Chapter 3 Creating Letterheads, Envelopes, and Business Cards
Reviewing Key Points: Use the following words to indicate the correct, term, command or
number for each item: Anchor, AutoText, Click and Type, Font, Kerning, Label, Letter Wizard,
Line tool (Drawing toolbar), points, tracking.
_________________ 1. This feature guides you through the steps for creating a business letter
using any of the available letter templates.
_________________ 2. This term refers to the decreasing or increasing white space between
specific character pairs.
_________________ 3. In typesetting, the thickness of a line is called its weight and is measured
_________________ 4. A customized horizontal or vertical ruled line can be created using this
_________________ 5. This term refers to the equal reduction or enlargements of the horizontal
space between all characters in a block of text.
_________________6. Use this feature to position the insertion point in a blank area of the
document or to change paragraph alignment for text to be typed.
_________________ 7. Turn on kerning for specific point sizes and above this dialog box.
_________________ 8. This feature allows you to store commonly used text and/or graphics
along with their formatting.
_________________ 9. Use this type of paper size definition when designing and creating your
own business cards.
_________________ 10. A symbol that represents the connection between a text box and the
Short Answer: Provide the correct answer for each question.
1. What is the purpose of a letterhead?
2. What information might be contained in a letterhead?
3. Define the User Information feature. What other Word features does it affect?
4. When creating your own letterhead, design concepts such as focus, balance, and
proportion should be considered. What are some other design concepts that should be
5. Name two methods of creating ruled lines in Word. Explain advantages or disadvantages
of using one method over the other.
6. Explain the various ways a text box may be customized.