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Creating Organisational Documents with Commercial Packages - HSC Key Notes.

Creating Organisational Documents with Commercial Packages - HSC Key Notes.

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  • 1. Glossary ASCII American Standard Code for Information Interchange is the most common format for text files in computers and on the Internet Bookmark A bookmark is an item or location in a document that you identify and name for future reference Desktop publishing A software application used to combine graphics and text objects to produce high quality publications
  • 2. Document A file that is usually printed off. It may consist of many pages Document status Where in the creation, use and updating of the document the information is up to Expiry date The date by which a document is no longer accurate or viable Fault log A listing of faults and remedies in a system to allow trends to be seen and rectified
  • 3. Footer A section at the bottom of a page that has consistent information that is the same on each printed page Form A document created to provide a layout that a user can use to enter the required information Header A section at the top of a page that has consistent information that is the same on each printed page Help file Usually an online document that is designed to give the user assistance in using an application
  • 4. html Hypertext Markup Language Hyperlink Connection from a word, section of text, picture, or information object to another Inventory A data store of items Letterhead A pre-printed shell used to identify commercial documents. It usually has the organisation details and a logo. It may have a watermark to make unauthorised copying more difficult.
  • 5. Meeting agenda A list of the topics to be discussed at a future meeting Meeting minutes A document containing the results of discussions at a meeting. It is used to ensure that decisions and actions are recorded to avoid confusion. OCR Optical character recognition is the recognition of printed or written text characters by a computer
  • 6. Print preview Allows a developer to ascertain if a hard copy will print correctly RSI Repetitive Strain Injury is caused by long sessions involving the same physical movement Scanner A scanner captures images from photographic prints, posters, magazine pages, and similar sources for computer editing and display
  • 7. Style guide A document created to identify the spelling, layout and common grammatical issues within an organisation Target The destination of a link Target audience The intended viewers or users of the file(s) or the people intended to actually enter data when using the documents Template A document that has some of the consistent elements already created such as headings, logo
  • 8. User A person who employs components of the system to complete a task Version Control A method used to ensure that the correct version of the document goes to the specific audience Wizard A facility included in many commercial software applications which allows complex tasks to be automated for inexperienced users or to save time for “experts” WYSIWYG What you see is what you get. The printout is the same as the screen display