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Target
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Definition (concept)
The Windows-based directory service. Active Directory stores information about objects on a
network and makes this information available to users and network administrators. Active
Directory gives network users access to permitted resources anywhere on the network using a
single logon process. It provides network administrators with an intuitive, hierarchical view of
the network and a single point of administration for all network objects.
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The Windows-based directory service. Active Directory stores information about objects on a
network and makes this information available to users and network administrators. Active
Directory gives network users access to permitted resources anywhere on the network using a
single logon process. It provides network administrators with an intuitive, hierarchical view of
the network and a single point of administration for all network objects.
Active Directory Domain Active Directory Domain Services
Services
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Hardware that supports connecting a computer to a network or to a peripheral device such as a adapter
monitor, speakers, or a camera. An adapter can be a printed circuit board, a PC Card or
CardBus device, or circuitry that is part of the motherboard itself.
adapter
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The process of granting a person, computer process, or device access to certain information,
services or functionality. Authorization is derived from the identity of the person, computer
process, or device requesting access, which is verified through authentication.
autorisaasje
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An area of memory reserved for temporarily holding data before that data is used by a receiving buffer
device or application.
A digitally signed statement that binds the identifying information of a user, computer, or service certificate
to a public/private key pair. A digital certificate is commonly used in the process of
authentication and for securing information on networks.
buffer
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de
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sertifikaat
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it
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A digitally signed statement that binds the identifying information of a user, computer, or service digital certificate
to a public/private key pair. A digital certificate is commonly used in the process of
authentication and for securing information on networks.
digitaal sertifikaat
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it
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Noun
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A computer or program that connects to or requests the services of another computer or
client
program. For example, an e-mail client is a program that enables you to send and receive email messages. Typically, a client relies on another computer, called a server, to perform some
operations.
client
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Noun
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A computer or program that connects to or requests the services of another computer or
client computer
program. For example, an e-mail client is a program that enables you to send and receive email messages. Typically, a client relies on another computer, called a server, to perform some
operations.
clientkompjûter
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de
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A small data file that is stored on a user's local computer for record-keeping purposes and
which contains information about the user that is pertinent to a Web site, such as user
preferences.
cookie
cookie
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it
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Noun
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Information that includes identification and proof of identification that is used to gain access to
local and network resources. Examples of credentials are user names and passwords, smart
cards, and certificates.
credentials
referinsjes
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it
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The movement of information from one location to another, either within a computer (as from a
disk drive to memory), between a computer and an external device (as between a file server
and a computer on a network), or between separate computers.
data transfer
data-oerdracht
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The movement of information from one location to another, either within a computer (as from a
disk drive to memory), between a computer and an external device (as between a file server
and a computer on a network), or between separate computers.
transfer
oerdracht
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decryption
dekodearring
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de
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Noun
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The process of converting encrypted content back into its original form, often the process of
converting ciphertext to plaintext. Decryption is the opposite of encryption.
Data that binds a sender's identity to the information being sent. A digital signature may be
bundled with any message, file, or other digitally encoded information, or transmitted
separately. Digital signatures are used in public key environments and provide nonrepudiation
and integrity services.
signature
hantekening
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de
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Noun
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Data that binds a sender's identity to the information being sent. A digital signature may be
bundled with any message, file, or other digitally encoded information, or transmitted
separately. Digital signatures are used in public key environments and provide nonrepudiation
and integrity services.
digital signature
digitale hantekening
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ynlade
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stjoerprogramma
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it
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Noun
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To transfer a copy of a file from a remote device to a requesting device by means of a modem download
or network.
Software that enables hardware or devices (such as a printer, mouse, or keyboard) to work with driver
your computer. Every device needs a driver in order for it to work.
Software that enables hardware or devices (such as a printer, mouse, or keyboard) to work with device driver
your computer. Every device needs a driver in order for it to work.
apparaatstjoerprogramma
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it
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authorization
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ellipsis
weilitteken
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it
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em-streekje
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it
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e-mail address
address
e-mailadres
adres
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it
it
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Singular
The process of converting data into a coded form (ciphertext) to prevent it from being read and
understood by an unauthorized party.
encryption
kodearring
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de
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A document listing common questions and answers on a particular subject.
A document listing common questions and answers on a particular subject.
FAQ
faak stelde fragen
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A member of the TCP/IP suite of protocols, used to copy files between two computers on the
Internet. Both computers must support their respective FTP roles: one must be an FTP client
and the other an FTP server.
FAQ
frequently asked
questions
FTP
FTP
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A member of the TCP/IP suite of protocols, used to copy files between two computers on the
Internet. Both computers must support their respective FTP roles: one must be an FTP client
and the other an FTP server.
File Transfer Protocol
File Transfer Protocol
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it
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Noun
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A pattern or mask through which data is passed to separate specified items.
filter
filter
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it
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Noun
Abbreviated Form
A reusable magnetic storage medium. The floppy disk used today is the rigid 3.5-inch
microfloppy that holds 1.44 MB. It is called floppy because the first varieties were housed in
bendable jackets.
disk
skyfke
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it
Singular
Noun
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A reusable magnetic storage medium. The floppy disk used today is the rigid 3.5-inch
microfloppy that holds 1.44 MB. It is called floppy because the first varieties were housed in
bendable jackets.
floppy disk
skyfke
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it
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Noun
Noun
Noun
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A unit of computer memory equal to 1,024 megabytes (1,024 ª 1,048,576, [230] bytes).
GB
A unit of computer memory equal to 1,024 megabytes (1,024 ª 1,048,576, [230] bytes).
gigabyte
A 16-byte value generated from the unique identifier on a device, the current date and time, and GUID
a sequence number. A GUID is used to identify a particular device, component, user, or
session.
GB
gigabyte
GUID
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A 16-byte value generated from the unique identifier on a device, the current date and time, and UUID
a sequence number. A GUID is used to identify a particular device, component, user, or
session.
UUID
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de
Singular
Noun
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A 16-byte value generated from the unique identifier on a device, the current date and time, and globally-unique identifier globally unique identifier
a sequence number. A GUID is used to identify a particular device, component, user, or
session.
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de
Singular
Noun
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A 16-byte value generated from the unique identifier on a device, the current date and time, and universally unique
a sequence number. A GUID is used to identify a particular device, component, user, or
identifier
session.
universally unique identifier
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de
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Noun
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A 16-byte value generated from the unique identifier on a device, the current date and time, and unique identifier
a sequence number. A GUID is used to identify a particular device, component, user, or
session.
unique identifier
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de
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Noun
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A 16-byte value generated from the unique identifier on a device, the current date and time, and globally unique identifier globally unique identifier
a sequence number. A GUID is used to identify a particular device, component, user, or
session.
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A 16-byte value generated from the unique identifier on a device, the current date and time, and Replication ID
a sequence number. A GUID is used to identify a particular device, component, user, or
session.
Replikaasje-ID
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de
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Noun
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A 16-byte value generated from the unique identifier on a device, the current date and time, and Global Universal
a sequence number. A GUID is used to identify a particular device, component, user, or
Identification
session.
Global Universal Identification
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de
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Noun
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A display format, like that of Windows, that represents a program's functions with graphic
images such as buttons and icons. GUIs enable a user to perform operations and make
choices by pointing and clicking with a mouse.
GUI
GUI
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A display format, like that of Windows, that represents a program's functions with graphic
images such as buttons and icons. GUIs enable a user to perform operations and make
choices by pointing and clicking with a mouse.
graphical user interface grafyske brûkersinterface
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A display format, like that of Windows, that represents a program's functions with graphic
images such as buttons and icons. GUIs enable a user to perform operations and make
choices by pointing and clicking with a mouse.
visual interface
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The … character. Can also be represented by entering three dots with no spaces in between
(...). Used to convey incompleteness.
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The — character, based on the width of an uppercase M and used primarily to set off sentence em dash
elements.
Noun
Noun
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A string that identifies a user so that the user can receive Internet e-mail.
A string that identifies a user so that the user can receive Internet e-mail.
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Noun
fisuele interface
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A computer that acts as a source of information or signals. The host computer provides
host
services, such as news, mail, or data, to computers that connect to it. The term can refer to
almost any kind of computer, from a centralized mainframe that is a host to its terminals, to a
server that is host to its clients, to a desktop PC that is host to its devices, such as printers and
scanners.
host
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de
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A document that serves as a starting point in a hypertext system. On the World Wide Web, an home page
entry page for a set of Web pages and other files in a Web site. The home page is displayed by
default when a visitor navigates to the site using a Web browser.
thússide
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de
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Noun
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A document that serves as a starting point in a hypertext system. On the World Wide Web, an homepage
entry page for a set of Web pages and other files in a Web site. The home page is displayed by
default when a visitor navigates to the site using a Web browser.
thússide
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de
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HTML
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A text markup language used to create documents for the Web. HTML defines the structure and HTML
layout of a web document by using a variety of tags and attributes.
A text markup language used to create documents for the Web. HTML defines the structure and Hypertext Markup
layout of a web document by using a variety of tags and attributes.
Language
Hypertext Markup Language
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The Internet protocol used to deliver information over the World Wide Web.
http
http
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The Internet protocol used to deliver information over the World Wide Web.
HTTP
HTTP
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The Internet protocol used to deliver information over the World Wide Web.
Hypertext Transfer
Protocol
Hypertext Transfer Protocol
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it
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The row, column, or block of buttons or icons, usually displayed across the top of the screen,
that represent tasks you can do within a program. For example, in Microsoft Word, the toolbar
contains buttons you can click to apply bold formatting to text, print a file, or open a new
document. The toolbar buttons provide shortcuts to common tasks frequently accessed from
the menus.
toolbar
arkbalke
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de
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Verb
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minimize
minimalisearje
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To reduce a window to a button on the taskbar by clicking the Minimize button (at the right of
the title bar), or by pressing ALT+SPACEBAR and then pressing N.
A business that supplies Internet connectivity services to individuals, businesses, and other
organizations. An ISP provides a telephone number, a user name, a password, and other
connection information so that users can access the Internet through the ISP's computers.
ISP
ISP
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A business that supplies Internet connectivity services to individuals, businesses, and other
organizations. An ISP provides a telephone number, a user name, a password, and other
connection information so that users can access the Internet through the ISP's computers.
service provider
serviceoanbieder
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A business that supplies Internet connectivity services to individuals, businesses, and other
organizations. An ISP provides a telephone number, a user name, a password, and other
connection information so that users can access the Internet through the ISP's computers.
IAP
IAP
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A business that supplies Internet connectivity services to individuals, businesses, and other
organizations. An ISP provides a telephone number, a user name, a password, and other
connection information so that users can access the Internet through the ISP's computers.
Internet service provider ynternetoanbieder
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de
Singular
Noun
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A business that supplies Internet connectivity services to individuals, businesses, and other
organizations. An ISP provides a telephone number, a user name, a password, and other
connection information so that users can access the Internet through the ISP's computers.
access provider
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de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A business that supplies Internet connectivity services to individuals, businesses, and other
organizations. An ISP provides a telephone number, a user name, a password, and other
connection information so that users can access the Internet through the ISP's computers.
Internet access provider ynternettagongsoanbieder
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de
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Noun
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yntranet
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it
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Noun
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A private network based on Internet protocols such as TCP/IP but designed for information
intranet
management within a company or organization.
A 32-bit (4-byte) binary number that uniquely identifies a host (computer) connected to the
IP address
Internet to other Internet hosts, for the purposes of communication through the transfer of
packets. An IP address is expressed in "dotted quad" format, consisting of the decimal values
of its 4 bytes, separated with periods; for example, 127.0.0.1. The first 1, 2, or 3 bytes of the IP
address identify the network the host is connected to; the remaining bits identify the host itself.
The 32 bits of all 4 bytes together can signify almost 232, or roughly 4 billion, hosts.
IP-adres
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it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
An unsolicited and typically unwelcome message, often commercial or political in nature,
UCE
transmitted via the Internet as a mass mailing (sometimes as if from a fictitious user or domain)
to a large number of recipients.
UCE (net-frege e-mail)
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An unsolicited and typically unwelcome message, often commercial or political in nature,
junk e-mail
transmitted via the Internet as a mass mailing (sometimes as if from a fictitious user or domain)
to a large number of recipients.
net-winske e-mail
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de
Singular
tagongsoanbieder
Noun
Full Form
An unsolicited and typically unwelcome message, often commercial or political in nature,
spam
transmitted via the Internet as a mass mailing (sometimes as if from a fictitious user or domain)
to a large number of recipients.
spam
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de
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Noun
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An unsolicited and typically unwelcome message, often commercial or political in nature,
junk mail
transmitted via the Internet as a mass mailing (sometimes as if from a fictitious user or domain)
to a large number of recipients.
net-winske e-mail
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de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An unsolicited and typically unwelcome message, often commercial or political in nature,
unsolicited commercial
transmitted via the Internet as a mass mailing (sometimes as if from a fictitious user or domain) e-mail
to a large number of recipients.
net-frege kommersjele e-mail
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de
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A network of computers, printers, and other devices located within a relatively limited area (for
example, a building). A LAN enables any connected device to interact with any other on the
network.
LAN
LAN
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A network of computers, printers, and other devices located within a relatively limited area (for
example, a building). A LAN enables any connected device to interact with any other on the
network.
local area network
local area network
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it
Singular
Noun
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A network of computers, printers, and other devices located within a relatively limited area (for
example, a building). A LAN enables any connected device to interact with any other on the
network.
company network
bedriuwsnetwurk
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it
Singular
Noun
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A record of transactions or activities that take place on a computer system.
log
A list of names and e-mail addresses that are grouped under a single name. When a user
mailing list
places the name of the mailing list in a mail client's To: field, the client sends the message to
the machine where the mailing list resides, and that machine automatically sends the message
to all the addresses on the list (possibly allowing a moderator to edit it first).
lochboek
adresselist
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Noun
Noun
Noun
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Full Form
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MB
megabyte
modem
MB
megabyte
moadem
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Usually 1,048,576 bytes. It is sometimes interpreted as 1 million bytes.
Usually 1,048,576 bytes. It is sometimes interpreted as 1 million bytes.
A device that allows computer information to be transmitted and received over a telephone line
or through broadband services such as cable or DSL.
A device that allows computer information to be transmitted and received over a telephone line
or through broadband services such as cable or DSL.
modulator/demodulator modulator/demodulator
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de
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Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
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A forum on the Internet for threaded discussions on a specified range of subjects.
A forum on the Internet for threaded discussions on a specified range of subjects.
A forum on the Internet for threaded discussions on a specified range of subjects.
Authorization to perform operations associated with a specific shared resource, such as a file,
directory, or printer. Permissions must be granted by the system administrator to individual user
accounts or administrative groups.
newsgroup
discussion group
Internet forum
permissions
nijsgroep
diskusjegroep
ynternetfoarum
machtigings
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de
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Plural
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Authorization to perform operations associated with a specific shared resource, such as a file, access permissions
directory, or printer. Permissions must be granted by the system administrator to individual user
accounts or administrative groups.
tagongsmachtigings
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de
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Noun
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A single point, which, in combination with other pixels -- a few or thousands -- makes up a
graphic image. Short for picture element, a pixel is the smallest piece of a picture that can be
manipulated.
pixel
piksel
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de
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Noun
Abbreviated Form
A single point, which, in combination with other pixels -- a few or thousands -- makes up a
graphic image. Short for picture element, a pixel is the smallest piece of a picture that can be
manipulated.
pel
pel
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de
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Noun
Full Form
A single point, which, in combination with other pixels -- a few or thousands -- makes up a
graphic image. Short for picture element, a pixel is the smallest piece of a picture that can be
manipulated.
picture element
ôfbyldingselemint
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it
Singular
Noun
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pop-upfinster
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it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A window that appears when an option is selected. Typically, the window remains visible until
pop-up window
the mouse button is released.
A server located on a network between client software, such as a Web browser, and another
proxy server
server. It intercepts all requests to the server to determine whether it can fulfill them itself. If not,
it forwards the request to another server.
proxyserver
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de
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A type of program consisting of a set of instructions to an application or tool program. A script
usually expresses instructions by using the application`s or tool`s rules and syntax, combined
with simple control structures such as loops and if/then expressions.
skript
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it
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A tested, cumulative set of all hotfixes, security updates, critical updates and updates, as well
SP
as additional fixes for problems found internally since the release of the product. Service packs
may also contain a limited number of customer requested design changes or features, and
contain all fixes since the previous service pack or RTM.
SP
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A tested, cumulative set of all hotfixes, security updates, critical updates and updates, as well
service pack
as additional fixes for problems found internally since the release of the product. Service packs
may also contain a limited number of customer requested design changes or features, and
contain all fixes since the previous service pack or RTM.
servicepakket
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it
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The listing of contents at the beginning of a document or file.
ynhâldsopjefte
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it
Singular
script
TOC
Noun
Full Form
The listing of contents at the beginning of a document or file.
table of contents
ynhâldsopjefte
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it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The listing of contents at the beginning of a document or file.
Contents
Ynhâld
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A software package that replaces an existing version of a product with a newer and/or more
powerful or sophisticated version of the same product. The upgrade process typically leaves
existing customer data and preferences intact while replacing the existing software with the
newer version.
upgrade
upgrade
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de
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Noun
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A software package that replaces an existing version of a product with a newer and/or more
powerful or sophisticated version of the same product. The upgrade process typically leaves
existing customer data and preferences intact while replacing the existing software with the
newer version.
software upgrade
software-upgrade
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To change to a newer, and/or more powerful or sophisticated version of a product.
upgrade
upgrade
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oplade
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To transfer a copy of a file from a local computer to a remote computer by means of a modem upload
or network.
A unique name identifying a user account to Windows. An account's user name must be unique user name
among the other group names and user names within its own domain or workgroup.
brûkersnamme
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Code written with the express intention of replicating itself. A virus attempts to spread from
virus
computer to computer by attaching itself to a host program. It may damage hardware, software,
or data.
firus
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it
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Noun
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A document on the World Wide Web. A Web page consists of an HTML file, with associated
files for graphics and scripts, in a particular directory on a particular machine (and thus
identifiable by an URL). Usually a Web page contains links to other Web pages.
Web page
webside
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de
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Noun
Full Form
A document on the World Wide Web. A Web page consists of an HTML file, with associated
files for graphics and scripts, in a particular directory on a particular machine (and thus
identifiable by an URL). Usually a Web page contains links to other Web pages.
web page
webside
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de
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Noun
Full Form
A document on the World Wide Web. A Web page consists of an HTML file, with associated
files for graphics and scripts, in a particular directory on a particular machine (and thus
identifiable by an URL). Usually a Web page contains links to other Web pages.
page
side
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de
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Self-propagating malicious code that can automatically distribute itself from one computer to
another through network connections. A worm can take harmful action, such as consuming
network or local system resources, possibly causing a denial of service attack.
worm
wjirm
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Product/Technology NaA Web-based service that is designed to make signing in to Web sites fast and easy. This
Windows Live™ ID
service enables participating sites to authenticate a user with a single set of sign-in credentials,
alleviating the need to remember numerous passwords and user names.
Windows Live™ ID
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Utility or feature that aids in accomplishing a task or set of tasks.
In respect to privacy, an individual's ability to view, modify, and contest the accuracy and
completeness of PII collected about him or her. Access is an element of the Fair Information
Practices.
tool
access
helpprogramma
tagong
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Noun
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A supplemental program that can extend the capabilities of an application program.
add-in
ynfoechprogramma
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it
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Noun
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add-on
tafoeging
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Noun
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A device that is traditionally added to the base computer system to increase functionality, such
as audio, networking, graphics, or SCSI controller.
A device that is traditionally added to the base computer system to increase functionality, such
as audio, networking, graphics, or SCSI controller.
add-on device
tafoegingskaart
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A compressed file.
archive
argyf
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it
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Noun
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indent
ynspringing
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de
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Noun
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Displacement of the left or right edge of a block of text in relation to the margin or to other
blocks of text.
An integrated proofing tool used to search on common words and display synonyms.
thesaurus
synonimelist
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The extension of a private network that provides encapsulated, encrypted, and authenticated
VPN
logical (not physical) links across shared or public networks. VPN connections typically provide
remote access and router-to-router connections to private networks over the Internet.
VPN
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The extension of a private network that provides encapsulated, encrypted, and authenticated
virtual private network
logical (not physical) links across shared or public networks. VPN connections typically provide
remote access and router-to-router connections to private networks over the Internet.
firtueel partikulier netwurk
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In a formula, the exact address of a cell, regardless of the position of the cell that contains the
formula. An absolute cell reference takes the form $A$1.
absolute cell reference
absolute selferwizing
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The full Internet address of a page or other World Wide Web resource. The absolute URL
includes a protocol, such as "http," network location, and optional path and file name — for
example, http://example.microsoft.com/.
absolute URL
absolute URL
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A statement issued by an Internet service provider or an online information service that
indicates what activities users may or may not engage in while logged into the service. For
example, some providers prohibit users from engaging in commercial activity on the network.
AUP
gebrûksregels
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A statement issued by an Internet service provider or an online information service that
indicates what activities users may or may not engage in while logged into the service. For
example, some providers prohibit users from engaging in commercial activity on the network.
acceptable use policy
gebrûksregels
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To gain entry to memory in order to read or write data.
A secret string of characters that lets users log on to a computer and access files, programs,
and other resources. Passwords help ensure that unauthorized users do not access the
computer.
access
access code
tagong krije
tagongskoade
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A secret string of characters that lets users log on to a computer and access files, programs,
and other resources. Passwords help ensure that unauthorized users do not access the
computer.
password
wachtwurd
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In Windows-based systems, a list of access control entries (ACE) that apply to an entire object, ACL
a set of the object's properties, or an individual property of an object, and that define the access
granted to one or more security principals.
list tagongsbehear
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In Windows-based systems, a list of access control entries (ACE) that apply to an entire object, access control list
a set of the object's properties, or an individual property of an object, and that define the access
granted to one or more security principals.
list tagongsbehear
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The quality of a system incorporating hardware or software to engage a flexible, customizable
user interface, alternative input and output methods, and greater exposure of screen elements
to make the computer usable by people with cognitive, hearing, physical, or visual disabilities.
tagonklikheid
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râne-apparaat
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A device, such as a disk drive, printer, modem, or joystick, that is connected to a computer and accessory
is controlled by the computer's microprocessor.
A device, such as a disk drive, printer, modem, or joystick, that is connected to a computer and peripheral
is controlled by the computer's microprocessor.
râne-apparaat
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The basic building block of a macro; a self-contained instruction that can be combined with
other actions to automate tasks. This is sometimes called a command in other macro
languages.
action
aksje
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A query that copies or changes data.
action query
aksjequery
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The smallest executable entity within a programming language.
The smallest executable entity within a programming language.
Pertaining to the device, program, file, or portion of the screen that is currently operational or
subject to command operations. Usually the cursor or a highlighted section shows the active
element on the display screen.
action statement
statement
active
ynstruksje
ynstruksje
aktyf
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active content
aktive ynhâld
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Dynamic content, such as a stock ticker, a weather map, or news, that is usually updated from
the World Wide Web or a channel.
The document in which you're working. Text you type or graphics you insert in Microsoft Word
appear in the active document. The title bar of the active document is highlighted.
active document
aktyf dokumint
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The object with which the user is currently interacting or that has the input focus.
A server-side scripting environment that can be used to create dynamic Web pages or build
Web applications.
active object
ASP
aktyf objekt
ASP
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accessibility
Active Server Pages
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The window in which a user is currently working or directing input. An active window is typically active window
at the top of the Z order and is distinguished by the color of its title bar.
A set of technologies that allows software components to interact with one another in a
ActiveX
networked environment, regardless of the language in which the components were created.
aktyf finster
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A data access interface that communicates with OLE DB-compliant data sources to connect to, ADO
retrieve, manipulate, and update data.
A data access interface that communicates with OLE DB-compliant data sources to connect to, ActiveX Data Objects
retrieve, manipulate, and update data.
ADO
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addition operator
plus sign
address
address
address book
administrative setup
optelteken
plusteken
adres
adres
adresboek
setup yn beheardersmoadus
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A mode of setup that allows network administrators to silently deploy to client computers.
administrator setup
setup yn beheardersmoadus
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The person in charge of managing a Windows computer. The administrator is responsible for
installing software, assigning passwords, and managing files.
administrator
behearder
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The person in charge of managing a Windows computer. The administrator is responsible for
installing software, assigning passwords, and managing files.
computer administrator kompjûterbehearder
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An application that runs on a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) managed device.
The agent application is the object of management activities. A computer running SNMP agent
software is also sometimes referred to as an agent.
agent
agint
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An on-screen box, in a graphical user interface, that is used to deliver a message or warning.
alert box
warskôgingsfinster
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algorithm
alias
e-mail alias
align
alignment
algoritme
alias
e-mail alias
rjochtsje
rjochtsjen
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A rule or procedure for solving a problem.
A name used to direct e-mail messages to a person or group of people on a network.
A name used to direct e-mail messages to a person or group of people on a network.
To position objects or text relative to some point, such as the page margin.
The consistent positioning of text, graphics, and other objects. Types of alignment include left,
right, and justified.
To reserve a resource for use at a later time.
allocate
tawize
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The smallest amount of disk space that can be allocated to hold a file.
allocation unit
tawizingsienheid
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The smallest amount of disk space that can be allocated to hold a file.
cluster
kluster
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alfabetysk
Alt-toets
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Arranged in order according to the letters of the alphabet.
alphabetical
A keyboard key that is used in conjunction with another key to produce some special feature or ALT key
function and is typically marked with the letters Alt.
The <> characters.
angle brackets
skerpe heakken
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A record of synthetic, successive still images that produce an illusion of movement when played animation
back.
animaasje
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A server-side scripting environment that can be used to create dynamic Web pages or build
Web applications.
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The + character, used to indicate addition or a positive number.
The + character, used to indicate addition or a positive number.
A unique identifier that identifies a network node to other nodes on the network.
A number specifying a location in memory where data is stored.
A collection of contact information for particular individuals, groups or organizations.
A mode of setup that allows network administrators to silently deploy to client computers.
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Active Server Pages
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A software technique for smoothing the jagged appearance of curved or diagonal lines caused AA
by poor resolution on a display screen. Methods of anti-aliasing include surrounding pixels with
intermediate shades and manipulating the size and horizontal alignment of the pixels.
AA
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A software technique for smoothing the jagged appearance of curved or diagonal lines caused antialiasing
by poor resolution on a display screen. Methods of anti-aliasing include surrounding pixels with
intermediate shades and manipulating the size and horizontal alignment of the pixels.
anty-aliasing
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A software technique for smoothing the jagged appearance of curved or diagonal lines caused anti-aliasing
by poor resolution on a display screen. Methods of anti-aliasing include surrounding pixels with
intermediate shades and manipulating the size and horizontal alignment of the pixels.
anty-aliasing
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An action query that adds the records in a query's result set to the end of an existing table.
taheakquery
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A small piece of code that can be transported over the Internet and executed on the recipient's applet
machine. The term is especially used to refer to such programs as they are embedded in line as
objects in HTML documents on the World Wide Web.
applet
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To remove selected information to another location for storage and occasional future access.
archive
argivearje
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area code
netnûmer
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A number that identifies each telephone service area in a country/region and is used as a
dialing prefix.
A value that a function uses to perform operations or calculations. The type of argument a
function uses is specific to the function. Common arguments that are used within functions
include numbers, text, cell references, and names.
argument
argumint
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In programming, a list of data values, all of the same type, any element of which can be
referenced by an expression consisting of the array name followed by an indexing expression.
Arrays are part of the fundamentals of data structures, which, in turn, are a major fundamental
of computer programming.
array
matriks
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article
berjocht
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post
berjocht
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A message that appears in a newsgroup, public folder, or other forum accessible by a number
of individuals.
A message that appears in a newsgroup, public folder, or other forum accessible by a number
of individuals.
A performer of a song or other audio recording.
A standard single-byte character encoding scheme used for text-based data. ASCII uses
designated 7-bit or 8-bit number combinations to represent either 128 or 256 possible
characters. Standard ASCII uses 7 bits to represent all uppercase and lowercase letters, the
numbers 0 through 9, punctuation marks, and special control characters used in U.S. English.
Most current x86-based systems support the use of extended (or "high") ASCII. Extended ASCII
allows the eighth bit of each character to identify an additional 128 special symbol characters,
foreign-language letters, and graphic symbols.
artist
ASCII
artyst
ASCII
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A standard single-byte character encoding scheme used for text-based data. ASCII uses
American Standard
designated 7-bit or 8-bit number combinations to represent either 128 or 256 possible
Code for Information
characters. Standard ASCII uses 7 bits to represent all uppercase and lowercase letters, the
Interchange
numbers 0 through 9, punctuation marks, and special control characters used in U.S. English.
Most current x86-based systems support the use of extended (or "high") ASCII. Extended ASCII
allows the eighth bit of each character to identify an additional 128 special symbol characters,
foreign-language letters, and graphic symbols.
American Standard Code for
Information Interchange
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The relationship of width and height for an image. When an image is displayed on different
screens, the aspect ratio must be kept the same to avoid either vertical or horizontal distortion.
aspect ratio
hichte-breedteferhâlding
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asterisk
stjerke
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at sign
aapke
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The * character. Indicates multiplication in programming languages and also serves as a
wildcard character representing one or more characters.
The @ character. In Internet e-mail addresses, @ separates the user name from the domain
name, as in [email protected]
A high-speed, connection-oriented, virtual circuit-based packet switching protocol used to
transport many different types of network traffic. ATM packages data in 53-byte, fixed-length
cells that can be switched quickly between logical connections on a network.
ATM
ATM
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A high-speed, connection-oriented, virtual circuit-based packet switching protocol used to
transport many different types of network traffic. ATM packages data in 53-byte, fixed-length
cells that can be switched quickly between logical connections on a network.
asynchronous transfer
mode
asyngroane oerdrachtsmoadus
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To include an external document as part of an e-mail message.
attach
taheakje
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attachment
attention
audio
taheakke
warskôging
lûds-
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An external file included with an e-mail message.
Text that alerts a user to a note or a warning.
Relating to frequencies within the range of perception by the human ear -- from about 15 to
20,000 hertz (cycles per second).
A compact disc containing audio information (as opposed to a CD-ROM containing data and
files).
audio CD
audio-cd
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append query
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The process of validating the credentials of a person, computer process, or device.
Authentication requires that the person, process, or device making the request provide a
credential that proves it is what or who it says it is. Common forms of credentials are digital
signatures, smart cards, biometric data, and a combination of user names and passwords.
authentication
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The process of validating the credentials of a person, computer process, or device.
Authentication requires that the person, process, or device making the request provide a
credential that proves it is what or who it says it is. Common forms of credentials are digital
signatures, smart cards, biometric data, and a combination of user names and passwords.
Noun
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The authentication protocol (such as CHAP, PAP, EAP etc.) used when authenticating access
to resources on a network.
The authentication protocol (such as CHAP, PAP, EAP etc.) used when authenticating access
to resources on a network.
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A software feature that allows users to filter records in a spreadsheet or database by selecting AutoFilter
filter criteria right in the working window rather than going through complex views and features.
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A way to manipulate an application's objects from outside the application.
A Component Object Model (COM) based technology that allows for interoperability among
ActiveX components, including OLE components. Formerly referred to as OLE Automation.
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UI String
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An Excel feature that automatically creates a sum formula based on user selection.
Memory that is not allocated to any program.
A line bordering the chart plot area used as a frame of reference for measurement.
To make a duplicate copy of a program, a disk, or data.
The screen background image used on a graphical user interface such as Windows. Any
pattern or picture that can be stored as a bitmap (.bmp) file can be set as a screen background.
Noun
Full Form
The screen background image used on a graphical user interface such as Windows. Any
desktop pattern
pattern or picture that can be stored as a bitmap (.bmp) file can be set as a screen background.
Adjective
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In the context of processes or tasks that are part of an operating system or program, operating
without interaction with the user while the user is working on another task.
The color against which characters and graphics are displayed.
The \ character.
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ferifikaasje
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password authentication wachtwurdferifikaasje
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auth method
ferifikaasjemetoade
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authentication method
ferifikaasjemetoade
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AutoFilter
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automation
Automation
automatisearring
Automation
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AutoSum
available memory
axis
back up
background
AutoSom
beskikber ûnthâld
as
reservekopy meitsje
eftergrûn
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eftergrûn
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background
eftergrûn
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background color
backslash
eftergrûnkleur
backslash
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The \ character.
backward slash
backslash
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A keyboard key that moves the cursor to the left, one character at a time, usually erasing each
character as it moves.
A duplicate of a program, disk, or data, made either for archiving purposes or for safeguarding
valuable files from loss in case the active copy is damaged or destroyed.
BACKSPACE key
Backspace-toets
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backup
reservekopy
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A duplicate of a program, disk, or data, made either for archiving purposes or for safeguarding
valuable files from loss in case the active copy is damaged or destroyed.
backup copy
reservekopy
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A duplicate of a program, disk, or data, made either for archiving purposes or for safeguarding
valuable files from loss in case the active copy is damaged or destroyed.
backup file
reservekopybestân
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The capability of source code or programs developed on a more advanced system or compiler
version to be executed or compiled by a less advanced (older) version.
backward compatibility
kompatibiliteit mei eardere ferzjes
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The data transfer capacity of a transmission medium.
A graphic ad that spans the full width of the page and is normally 120 pixels high.
A graph that uses horizontal bars to illustrate comparisons among individual data items.
bandwidth
banner
bar chart
bânbreedte
kopadvertinsje
balkediagram
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A graph that uses horizontal bars to illustrate comparisons among individual data items.
bar graph
balkediagram
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The special identification code printed as a set of vertical bars of differing widths on books,
bar code
grocery products, and other merchandise. Used for rapid, error-free input in such facilities as
libraries, hospitals, and grocery stores, bar codes represent binary information that can be read
by an optical scanner. The coding can include numbers, letters, or a combination of the two;
some codes include built-in error checking and can be read in either direction.
streekjeskoade
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base character
basisteken
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baseline
basisline
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A character that has meaning independent of other characters, or any graphical character that
is not a diacritical mark.
In the printing and display of characters on the screen, an imaginary horizontal line with which
the base of each character, excluding descenders, is aligned.
The speed at which a modem transmits data.
baud
baud
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The speed at which a modem communicates. Baud rate refers to the number of times the
baud rate
condition of the line changes. This is equal to bits per second only if each signal corresponds to
one bit of transmitted data.
baudrate
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A feature of e-mail programs that allows a user to send a copy of an e-mail message to a
recipient without notifying other recipients that this was done.
A feature of e-mail programs that allows a user to send a copy of an e-mail message to a
recipient without notifying other recipients that this was done.
A pre-released version of a product that is sent to customers and partners for evaluation and
feedback.
bcc
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blind carbon copy
blind carbon copy
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beta
bêta
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Noun
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A pre-released version of a product that is sent to customers and partners for evaluation and
feedback.
beta version
bêtaferzje
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Adjective
Abbreviated Form
Pertaining to a mixture of characters that are read from left to right and characters that are read bidi
from right to left.
bidi
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Pertaining to a mixture of characters that are read from left to right and characters that are read bidirectional
from right to left.
twarjochtings-
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A base-2 number system in which values are expressed as combinations of two digits, 0 and 1. binary
binêr
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A file that contains encoded information that is interpreted according to the application that
binary file
created it. In general, a binary file can be edited only by the application in which it was created.
binêr bestân
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To connect a control to a field or group in the data source so that data entered into the control is bind
saved to the corresponding field or group. When a control is unbound, it is not connected to a
field or group, and data entered into the control is not saved.
ferbine
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The set of essential software routines that test hardware at startup, start the operating system,
and support the transfer of data among hardware devices. The BIOS is stored in read-only
memory (ROM) so that it can be executed when you turn on the computer. Although critical to
performance, the BIOS is usually invisible to computer users.
BIOS
BIOS
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The set of essential software routines that test hardware at startup, start the operating system,
and support the transfer of data among hardware devices. The BIOS is stored in read-only
memory (ROM) so that it can be executed when you turn on the computer. Although critical to
performance, the BIOS is usually invisible to computer users.
basic input/output
system
basic input-/outputsysteem
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The smallest unit of information handled by a computer. One bit expresses a 1 or a 0 in a binary bit
numeral, or a true or false logical condition. A group of 8 bits makes up a byte, which can
represent many types of information, such as a letter of the alphabet, a decimal digit, or other
character.
bit
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The smallest unit of information handled by a computer. One bit expresses a 1 or a 0 in a binary binary digit
numeral, or a true or false logical condition. A group of 8 bits makes up a byte, which can
represent many types of information, such as a letter of the alphabet, a decimal digit, or other
character.
bit
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bitmap
bitmap
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Noun
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bit rate
bookmark
bitrate
blêdwizer
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anchor
anker
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start
opstarte
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A picture made from a series of small dots, much like a piece of graph paper with certain
squares filled in to form shapes and lines.
The number of bits transferred per unit of time, typically expressed in bits per second.
A location or selection of text in a file that you name for reference purposes. Bookmarks identify
a location within your file that you can later refer or link to.
A location or selection of text in a file that you name for reference purposes. Bookmarks identify
a location within your file that you can later refer or link to.
To start or reset a computer by turning the power on, by pressing a reset button on the
computer case, or by issuing a software command to restart.
The process of starting or resetting a computer. When first turned on (cold boot) or reset (warm
boot), the computer runs the software that loads and starts the computer's operating system,
which prepares it for use.
boot
opstarten
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The process of starting or resetting a computer. When first turned on (cold boot) or reset (warm bootstrap
boot), the computer runs the software that loads and starts the computer's operating system,
which prepares it for use.
opstarten
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boot drive
opstartstasjon
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
boot partition
opstartpartysje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
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border
râne
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
In a PC-compatible computer, the disk drive that the BIOS uses to automatically load the
operating system when the computer is turned on.
The partition that contains the Windows operating system and its support files. The boot
partition can be, but does not have to be, the same as the system partition.
The visible line around the edge of an object. For example, the four lines of a rectangle that
comprise its border.
A control on a form or report used to display and manipulate OLE objects that are stored in
tables.
bound object frame
ramt foar ôfhinklik objekt
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A location in a program at which execution is halted so that a programmer can examine the
program's status, the contents of variables, and so on.
breakpoint
ûnderbrekkingspunt
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The perceived quality of radiance or luminosity of a visible object.
brightness
helderheid
Noun
de
Singular
Adjective
Full Form
Of or relating to communications systems in which the medium of transmission (such as a wire
or fiber-optic cable) carries multiple messages at a time, each message modulated on its own
carrier frequency by a modem.
broadband
breedbân
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To scan a database, a list of files, or the Internet, either for a particular item or for anything that browse
seems to be of interest.
sneupe
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
bullet
opsomteken
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A typographical symbol, such as a filled or empty circle, diamond, box, or asterisk, used to set
off a small block of text or each item in a list.
A list in which each item or block of text is preceded by a bullet.
A communication line used for data transfer among the components of a computer system.
bulleted list
bus
list mei opsomtekens
bus
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Adjective
Full Form
Full Form
An entity that provides goods and/or services to others.
Pertaining to time when a person is already scheduled for another task and is not available.
business
busy
saak
beset
Noun
Adjective
de
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Singular
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Noun
Full Form
A graphic element that appears similar to a physical button or keyboard key in the UI. A button
is "pressed" by clicking on it with a mouse or, if the button has the focus, by hitting the when
activated, performs a specified function. The user activates a button by clicking on it with a
mouse or, if the button has the focus, by hitting ENTER or RETURN on the keyboard.
button
knop
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
button face
knopflak
Noun
it
Singular
Adverb
Full Form
by default
standert
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
byte
byte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
The surface of a button where text or an image (typically indicating the button's function) may
be displayed.
How a program's action is determined if the user does not make a choice or supply a required
value.
A unit of data that typically holds a single character, such as a letter, a digit, or a punctuation
mark. Some single characters can take up more than one byte.
An entity responsible for establishing and vouching for the authenticity of public keys belonging
to users (and entities) or other certification authorities. Activities of a certification authority may
include binding public keys to distinguished names through signed certificates, managing
certificate serial numbers and certificate revocation.
CA
CA
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
An entity responsible for establishing and vouching for the authenticity of public keys belonging certification authority
to users (and entities) or other certification authorities. Activities of a certification authority may
include binding public keys to distinguished names through signed certificates, managing
certificate serial numbers and certificate revocation.
sertifisearringsynstânsje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A device that enables a broadband connection to the Internet by using cable television
infrastructure. Access speeds vary greatly, with a maximum throughput of 10 megabits per
second (Mbps).
cable modem
kabelmoadem
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
cache
cache
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
A special memory subsystem in which frequently used data values are duplicated for quick
access.
To store frequently used data values in a special memory subsystem for quick access.
cache
bewarje yn cache
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
caching
bewarjen yn cache
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The process of temporarily storing recently accessed information in a special memory
subsystem for quicker access.
A field defined in a query that displays the result of an expression rather than displaying stored
data. The value is recalculated each time a value in the expression changes.
calculated field
berekkene fjild
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Broadly, any device that performs arithmetic operations on numbers. Sophisticated calculators calculator
can be programmed for certain functions and can store values in memory, but they differ from
computers in several ways: they have a fixed set of commands, they do not recognize text, they
cannot retrieve values stored in a data file, and they cannot find and use values generated by a
program such as a spreadsheet.
rekkenmasine
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An application or tool in the form of an electronic calendar, commonly used for scheduling.
calendar program
agindaprogramma
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An application or tool in the form of an electronic calendar, commonly used for scheduling.
calendar
aginda
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
To establish a connection through a telecommunications network.
A service that notifies a user that a call is coming in while the user is in a call.
A marketing program that uses many communication vehicles (for example, ads and direct
mail) to accomplish a specific result, such as increasing marketing share, introducing new
products, or retaining customers.
call
call waiting
campaign
belje
wikselpetear
kampanje
Verb
Noun
Noun
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it
de
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Singular
Singular
Verb
Full Form
A marketing program that uses many communication vehicles (for example, ads and direct
mail) to accomplish a specific result, such as increasing marketing share, introducing new
products, or retaining customers.
marketing campaign
marketingkampanje
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
cancel
annulearje
Verb
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Noun
Abbreviated Form
To revoke an action. To quit an action without saving any changes that the action would result
in.
An (API) that is provided as part of Microsoft Windows. CryptoAPI provides a set of functions
that allow applications to encrypt or digitally sign data in a flexible manner while providing
protection for the user's sensitive private key data. Actual cryptographic operations are
performed by independent modules known as (CSPs).
CAPI
CAPI
Noun
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Noun
Proper Noun
An (API) that is provided as part of Microsoft Windows. CryptoAPI provides a set of functions
that allow applications to encrypt or digitally sign data in a flexible manner while providing
protection for the user's sensitive private key data. Actual cryptographic operations are
performed by independent modules known as (CSPs).
CryptoAPI
CryptoAPI
Noun
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Noun
Proper Noun
An (API) that is provided as part of Microsoft Windows. CryptoAPI provides a set of functions
that allow applications to encrypt or digitally sign data in a flexible manner while providing
protection for the user's sensitive private key data. Actual cryptographic operations are
performed by independent modules known as (CSPs).
Cryptography
Application
Programming Interface
Cryptography Application Programming
Interface
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
capital letter
haadletter
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
uppercase letter
haadletter
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
In some languages, a distinct, and usually larger, form of a letter. May be used in word-initial
position in certain cases, or for emphasis.
In some languages, a distinct, and usually larger, form of a letter. May be used in word-initial
position in certain cases, or for emphasis.
The use of a capital letter in writing or printing.
A toggle key that, when on, shifts the alphabetic characters on the keyboard to uppercase.
capitalization
CAPS LOCK
haadlettergebrûk
Caps Lock
Noun
Noun
it
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Singular
Not Selected
Noun
Full Form
A toggle key that, when on, shifts the alphabetic characters on the keyboard to uppercase.
CAPS LOCK key
Caps Lock-toets
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
byskrift
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
opnimapparaat
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Text that accompanies images or videos, either as a supplemental description or a transcript of caption
spoken words.
Hardware that transfers audio and video from an external source, such as a VCR or camcorder, capture device
to a computer.
A directive to an e-mail program to send a complete copy of a given piece of mail to another
cc
individual. The use of cc mail addressing, as opposed to directly addressing the mail to a
person, generally implies that the recipient is not required to take any action; the message is for
informational purposes only. In a cc directive, the fact that this recipient received the mail is
printed in the mail header and is thus known to all other recipients.
cc
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
A directive to an e-mail program to send a complete copy of a given piece of mail to another
carbon copy
individual. The use of cc mail addressing, as opposed to directly addressing the mail to a
person, generally implies that the recipient is not required to take any action; the message is for
informational purposes only. In a cc directive, the fact that this recipient received the mail is
printed in the mail header and is thus known to all other recipients.
kopy
Noun
de
Singular
Not Selected
Full Form
A directive to an e-mail program to send a complete copy of a given piece of mail to another
courtesy copy
individual. The use of cc mail addressing, as opposed to directly addressing the mail to a
person, generally implies that the recipient is not required to take any action; the message is for
informational purposes only. In a cc directive, the fact that this recipient received the mail is
printed in the mail header and is thus known to all other recipients.
kopy
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The location where text or graphics will be inserted. Also used for text box controls to indicate
input focus.
insertion point
ynfoechplak
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The location where text or graphics will be inserted. Also used for text box controls to indicate
input focus.
system caret
systeemynfoechteken
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
In computing, a catalog is a directory of information about data sets, files, or a database. A
catalog usually describes where a data set, file or database entity is located and may also
include other information, such as the type of device on which each data set or file is stored.
catalog
katalogus
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Full Form
Full Form
An optical storage medium for digital data.
An optical storage medium for digital data.
A device used to copy files to recordable CDs and DVDs.
CD
compact disc
CD burner
cd
kompaktdisk
cd-brâner
Noun
Noun
Noun
de
de
de
Singular
Singular
Singular
Noun
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
A device used to copy files to recordable CDs and DVDs.
A device used to copy files to recordable CDs and DVDs.
A device that reads the information stored on a compact disc. A compact disc player contains
the optical equipment necessary for reading a disc's contents and the electronic circuitry for
interpreting the data as it is read.
CD recorder
disc burner
CD player
cd-opnimmer
cd-/dvd-brâner
cd-spiler
Noun
Noun
Noun
de
de
de
Singular
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A device that reads the information stored on a compact disc. A compact disc player contains
the optical equipment necessary for reading a disc's contents and the electronic circuitry for
interpreting the data as it is read.
compact disc player
cd-spiler
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
CD-ROM
cd-rom
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A form of storage characterized by high capacity (roughly 650 MB) and the use of laser optics
instead of magnetic means for reading data.
A form of storage characterized by high capacity (roughly 650 MB) and the use of laser optics
instead of magnetic means for reading data.
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
compact disc read-only cd-rom
memory
A box formed by the intersection of a row and a column in a worksheet or a table, in which you cell
sel
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
it
Singular
enter information.
Noun
Full Form
The ¢ character.
cent sign
sintteken
To align objects or text around a point located in the middle of a line, page, or other defined
area; in effect, to position items an equal distance from each margin or border.
The computational and control unit of a computer. The CPU is the device that interprets and
executes instructions. Mainframes and early minicomputers contained circuit boards full of
integrated circuits that implemented the CPU. Single-chip central processing units, called
microprocessors, made possible personal computers and workstations.
center
sintrearje
Verb
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CPU
CPU
Noun
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Full Form
The computational and control unit of a computer. The CPU is the device that interprets and
executes instructions. Mainframes and early minicomputers contained circuit boards full of
integrated circuits that implemented the CPU. Single-chip central processing units, called
microprocessors, made possible personal computers and workstations.
central processing unit
sintrale ferwurkingsienheid
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The computational and control unit of a computer. The CPU is the device that interprets and
executes instructions. Mainframes and early minicomputers contained circuit boards full of
integrated circuits that implemented the CPU. Single-chip central processing units, called
microprocessors, made possible personal computers and workstations.
microprocessor
mikroprosessor
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The computational and control unit of a computer. The CPU is the device that interprets and
executes instructions. Mainframes and early minicomputers contained circuit boards full of
integrated circuits that implemented the CPU. Single-chip central processing units, called
microprocessors, made possible personal computers and workstations.
processor
prosessor
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A label with sophisticated anti-counterfeiting features that helps the end user identify that the
COA
computer uses a validly licensed copy of Microsoft Windows. The product name and a unique
product key appear in the center of the label. The OEM must physically attach the COA label to
the computer chassis, and it should never be removed from the computer.
COA
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A label with sophisticated anti-counterfeiting features that helps the end user identify that the
certificate of authenticity echtheidssertifikaat
computer uses a validly licensed copy of Microsoft Windows. The product name and a unique
product key appear in the center of the label. The OEM must physically attach the COA label to
the computer chassis, and it should never be removed from the computer.
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A path through which information passes between two computers or devices. It can refer to the channel
physical medium (such as wires) or to a set of properties that distinguishes one channel from
another.
kanaal
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The simplest element used to represent written languages. The appearance of a character is
not constant; a character's appearance depends on the font used, as well as the context of
surrounding text.
teken
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
In text-based computer graphics, a block of memory addresses that correspond to character
character map
spaces on a display screen. The memory allocated to each character space is used to hold the
description of the character to be displayed in that space.
tekenset
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A grouping of alphabetic, numeric, and other characters that have some relationship in
common. For example, the standard ASCII character set includes letters, numbers, symbols,
and control codes that make up the ASCII coding scheme.
tekenset
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
tekenôfstân
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The distance between characters in a line of text. Tracking, kerning, and scaling can be used to character spacing
adjust the space between characters.
A combination of any of the character formatting options identified by a style name.
character style
tekenopmaakprofyl
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
charge card
kredytkaart
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
credit card
kredytkaart
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
chart
grafyk
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Verb
Full Form
Full Form
chat
select
chatte
selektearje
Verb
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
seleksjehokje
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
finkje
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A control that indicates whether or not an option is selected. A check mark or "x" appears in the check box
box when the option is selected.
A small x or other sign that appears in the check box if the option represented by the box is
check mark
selected.
The « character.
opening chevron
Frânsk oanhelteken iepenje
Noun
it
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To decide on a particular option.
choose
kieze
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
A module that can contain the definition for a new object. Each instance of a class creates a
new object. Procedures defined in the module become properties and methods of the object.
class module
klassemodule
Noun
de
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Verb
Full Form
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Noun
A type of payment card where the supplier is paid by the card issuer. The card holder then pays
the card issuer.
A type of payment card where the supplier is paid by the card issuer. The card holder then pays
the card issuer.
A graphic or diagram that displays data or the relationships between sets of data in pictorial
rather than numeric form.
To carry on a real-time conversation with other users by computer.
To add a check to a check box to specify a desired feature or option.
character
character set
clear
útskeakelje
Verb
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Clear Type
Noun
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click
klikke
Verb
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A collection of proprietary or public-domain photographs, diagrams, maps, drawings, sounds,
animations, and other graphics that can be downloaded from the collection and incorporated
into documents.
clip art
yllustraasjes
Noun
de
Plural
The area of storage for objects, data, or their references after a user carries out a Cut or Copy
command.
The electronic circuit in a computer that generates a steady stream of timing pulses--the digital
signals that synchronize every operation.
clipboard
klamboerd
Noun
it
Singular
clock
klok
Noun
de
Singular
Full Form
The electronic circuit in a computer that generates a steady stream of timing pulses--the digital
signals that synchronize every operation.
system clock
systeemklok
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To end an application's relationship with an open file so that the application will no longer be
able to access the file without opening it again.
close
slute
Verb
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Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
The ] character.
The » character.
right bracket
closing chevron
kante heak rjochts
Frânsk oanhelteken slute
Noun
Noun
de
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
The } character.
The ) character.
right brace
closing parenthesis
akkolade rjochts
heakje lofts
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A means of providing support for character sets and keyboard layouts for different countries or
regions. A code page is a table that relates the binary character codes used by a program to
keys on the keyboard or to characters on the display.
code page
koadetabel
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
codec
codec
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
An abbreviation for compressor/decompressor. Software or hardware used to compress and
decompress digital media.
A startup process that begins with turning on the computer's power. Typically, a cold boot
involves some basic hardware checking by the system, after which the operating system is
loaded from disk into memory.
cold boot
kâlde start
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A startup process that begins with turning on the computer's power. Typically, a cold boot
involves some basic hardware checking by the system, after which the operating system is
loaded from disk into memory.
cold start
kâlde start
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To hide from view the subentries contained within a folder or outline section.
collapse
ynteare
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
The range of color values available to an image. Measured in bits per pixel.
color depth
kleurdjipte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The range of color values available to an image. Measured in bits per pixel.
bit depth
bitdjipte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The particular range of colors that a device is able to produce. A device such as a scanner,
monitor, or printer can produce a unique range of colors, which is determined by the
characteristics of the device itself.
color gamut
kleuregamma
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A monitor designed to work with a video card or adapter to produce text or graphics images in
color.
color monitor
kleuremonitor
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
kleureprinter
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
kleurprofyl
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A computer printer that can print full-color output. Most color printers can also produce blackcolor printer
and-white output.
A profile that contains the data needed for translating the values of a color gamut. This data
color profile
includes information about color, hue, saturation, and brightness.
A set of eight balanced colors that you can apply to slides notes pages or audience handouts. A color scheme
color scheme consists of a background color a color for lines and text and six other colors
selected to make slides easy to read.
kleurskema
Noun
it
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To turn a setting off or to remove a value.
Noun
Proper Noun
A font display technology that dramatically improves font display resolution so that letters on the ClearType
computer screen appear smooth, not jagged. ClearType dramatically improves the readability of
text on color LCD monitors with a digital interface, such as those found in laptops and highquality flat-panel desktop displays.
Verb
Full Form
To press and release a mouse button once without moving the mouse. Clicking is usually
performed to select or deselect an item or to activate a program or program feature.
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Verb
Noun
Full Form
The three-dimensional space that is defined by a set of coordinates for representing color on
devices such as monitors, scanners, and printers. For example, in the LAB color space, the
colors are defined in terms of their luminance or whiteness (L), redness-greenness (A), and
yellowness-blueness (B); the HVC system uses hue (H), value (V), and chroma (C). The two
most common color space models are RGB and YUV.
color space
kleurromte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The three-dimensional space that is defined by a set of coordinates for representing color on
devices such as monitors, scanners, and printers. For example, in the LAB color space, the
colors are defined in terms of their luminance or whiteness (L), redness-greenness (A), and
yellowness-blueness (B); the HVC system uses hue (H), value (V), and chroma (C). The two
most common color space models are RGB and YUV.
color space model
kleurromte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A series of items arranged vertically within some type of framework--for example, a continuous column
series of cells running from top to bottom in a spreadsheet, a set of lines of specified width on a
printed page, a vertical line of pixels on a video screen, or a set of values aligned vertically in a
table or matrix.
kolom
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
column break
kolomein
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
column chart
kolomdiagram
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A special symbol that breaks a column when inserted into a document. It ends the current
column and starts the next column.
A graph that uses vertical bars to show data changes over a period of time or illustrate
comparisons among items.
A standard Windows control that can be used to provide interactive column titles for a list.
column heading
kolomkop
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A standard Windows control that combines text box and list box functions.
combo box
karlist mei ynfierhokje
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A standard Windows control that combines text box and list box functions.
combo box control
karlist mei ynfierhokje
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
The , character.
An instruction to a computer program that, when issued by the user, causes an action to be
carried out. Commands are usually either typed at the keyboard or chosen from a menu.
comma
command
komma
opdracht
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A standard Windows control that initiates a command.
command button
opdrachtknop
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A standard Windows control that initiates a command.
push button
drukknop
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
command line
opdrachtregel
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A string of text written in the command language and passed to the command interpreter for
execution.
A window that mimics an old MS-DOS display for typing command-line instructions.
opdrachtpromptfinster
Noun
it
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To check two items, such as words, files, or numeric values, so as to determine whether they
are the same or different. In a program, the outcome of a compare operation often determines
which of two or more actions is taken next.
command prompt
window
compare
ferlykje
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
The degree to which a computer, an attached device, a data file, or a program can work with or compatibility
understand the same commands, formats, or language as another. True compatibility means
that any operational differences are invisible to people and programs alike.
kompatibiliteit
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
compatibility mode
kompatibiliteitsmoadus
Noun
de
Singular
Adjective
Verb
Full Form
Full Form
compatible
compile
kompatibel
kompilearje
Adjective
Verb
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Verb
Full Form
A feature of a computer or operating system that allows it to run programs written for a different
system. Programs often run more slowly in compatibility mode.
Pertaining to a product that can work with or is equivalent to another product.
To translate all the source code of a program from a high-level language into object code prior
to execution of the program.
To translate all the source code of a program from a high-level language into object code prior
to execution of the program.
build
kompilearje
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To create an object, such as an email message.
compose
To reduce the size of a file so that it takes up less storage space and is easier to send in e-mail. compress
opstelle
komprimearje
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A process for removing redundant data from a digital media file or stream to reduce its size or
the bandwidth used.
kompresje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Any artificial language that can be used to define a sequence of instructions that can ultimately computer language
be processed and executed by the computer.
kompjûtertaal
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Any artificial language that can be used to define a sequence of instructions that can ultimately programming language
be processed and executed by the computer.
programmeartaal
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The state of an expression or a variable (for example, when a result can be either true or false, condition
or equal or not equal).
tastân
Noun
de
Singular
compression
Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of an action or operation that takes place based on whether
or not a certain condition is true.
The entire interconnected set of hardware, or the way in which a network is laid out--the manner
in which elements are connected.
The entire interconnected set of hardware, or the way in which a network is laid out--the manner
in which elements are connected.
In reference to a single microcomputer, the sum of a system's internal and external
components, including memory, disk drives, keyboard, video, and generally less critical add-on
hardware, such as a mouse, modem, or printer. Software (the operating system and various
device drivers), the user's choices established through configuration files such as the
AUTOEXEC.BAT and CONFIG.SYS files on IBM PCs and compatibles, and sometimes
hardware (switches and jumpers) are needed to "configure the configuration" to work correctly.
Although system configuration can be changed, as by adding more memory or disk capacity,
the basic structure of the system--its architecture--remains the same. See also
AUTOEXEC.BAT, CONFIG.SYS.
conditional
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configuration
konfiguraasje
Noun
de
Singular
network configuration
netwurkkonfiguraasje
Noun
de
Singular
configuration
konfiguraasje
Noun
de
Singular
Full Form
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To set up hardware and software.
To acknowledge an action or the value of some data (e.g. password) by definite assurance.
configure
confirm
konfigurearje
befêstigje
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connection
ferbining
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de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A physical link via wire, radio, fiber-optic cable, or other medium between two or more
communications devices.
The ability of hardware devices, software packages, or a computer itself to work with network
devices or with other hardware devices, software packages, or a computer over a network
connection.
connectivity
ferbiningsmooglikheden
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
Full Form
A value that is not calculated and, therefore, does not change. For example, the number 210,
and the text "Quarterly Earnings" are constants. An expression, or a value resulting from an
expression, is not a constant.
constant
konstante
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A person, inside or outside your organization, for whom you have created an entry where you
can save several types of information, such as street and e-mail addresses, telephone and fax
numbers, and Web page URLs.
contact
kontaktpersoan
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A menu that is related to the active window or item, accessible by right-clicking the mouse.
context menu
kontekstmenu
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A menu that is related to the active window or item, accessible by right-clicking the mouse.
shortcut menu
kontekstmenu
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A menu that is related to the active window or item, accessible by right-clicking the mouse.
pop-up menu
kontekstmenu
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A form of assistance in which a program that provides on-screen help shows information to the context-sensitive Help
user concerning the current command or operation being attempted.
kontekstôfhinklike Help
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
kontrast
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
bestjoeringselemint
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The degree of difference between light and dark extremes of color on a monitor or on printed
contrast
output.
An object that enables user interaction or input, often to initiate an action, display information, or control
set values.
Management of a computer and its processing abilities so as to maintain order as tasks and
control
activities are carried out. Control applies to measures designed to ensure error-free actions
carried out at the right time and in the right order relative to other data-handling or hardwarebased activities.
bestjoering
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A key that, when pressed in combination with another key, gives the other key an alternative
meaning.
CTRL
Ctrl
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A key that, when pressed in combination with another key, gives the other key an alternative
meaning.
CTRL key
Ctrl-toets
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A key that, when pressed in combination with another key, gives the other key an alternative
meaning.
Control key
Ctrl-toets
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A utility that allows the user to customize the appearance and functionality of the computer, add control panel
or remove programs, and set up network connections and user accounts.
konfiguraasjeskerm
Noun
it
Singular
Adjective
Full Form
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
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Verb
Verb
Any device that changes electrical signals or computer data from one form to another. For
example, an analog-to-digital converter translates analog signals to digital signals.
Each of a set of references that together describe the exact position of something with respect
to a set of axes (or a row and column).
converter
konverzjeprogramma
Noun
it
Singular
coordinate
koördinaat
Noun
de
Singular
Full Form
A processor, distinct from the main microprocessor, that performs additional functions or
assists the main microprocessor. The most common type of coprocessor is the floating-point
coprocessor.
coprocessor
koprosessor
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To duplicate information and reproduce it in another part of a document, in a different file or
memory location, or in a different medium. A copy operation can affect data ranging from a
single character to large segments of text, a graphics image, or one to many data files.
copy
kopiearje
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A method of protecting the rights of an originator of a creative work, such as a text, a piece of
music, a painting, or a computer program, through law.
copyright
auteursrjocht
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The © character. Normally included at the beginning of a copyright notice.
copyright symbol
auteursrjochtteken
Noun
it
Singular
Adjective
Full Form
Damaged. Mostly used in regard to files or data.
corrupted
skeind
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crop
bysnije
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To trim vertical or horizontal edges or an object. Pictures are often cropped to focus attention
on a particular area.
Shading made up of regularly spaced, intersecting lines.
hatch
stekje
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Shading made up of regularly spaced, intersecting lines.
A query that calculates a sum, average, count, or other type of total on records, and then
groups the result by two types of information: one down the left side of the datasheet and the
other across the top.
cross hatch
crosstab query
stekje
krústabelquery
Noun
Noun
it
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A set of data that is organized and summarized into a multidimensional structure defined by a
set of dimensions and measures.
cube
kubus
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
OLAP cube
OLAP-kubus
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A set of data that is organized and summarized into a multidimensional structure defined by a
set of dimensions and measures.
A symbol selected to designate a specific currency.
currency symbol
falutasymboal
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The point where you can insert text or graphics. It usually appears as a blinking vertical line.
cursor
kursor
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
custom install
oanpaste ynstallaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
custom installation
oanpaste ynstallaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A type of installation that allows the user to specify certain installation settings and options,
such as which components will be installed.
A type of installation that allows the user to specify certain installation settings and options,
such as which components will be installed.
A toolbar that you create for your application.
custom toolbar
oanpaste arkbalke
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To modify or assemble hardware or software to suit the needs or preferences of the user.
customize
oanpasse
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cut
knippe
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To remove part of a document, usually placing it temporarily in memory so that the cut portion
can be inserted (pasted) elsewhere.
The † character.
A representation of facts, concepts or instructions in a formalized manner, suitable for
communication, interpretation or processing.
dagger
data
krúske
data
Noun
Noun
it
de
Singular
Plural
Noun
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
dataynfier
datafjild
yntegriteit
Noun
Noun
Noun
de
it
de
Singular
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Noun
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Noun
The process of writing new data to computer memory.
data entry
A field that contains the result of a query to an external data source.
data field
The accuracy of data and its conformity to its expected value, especially after being transmitted integrity
or processed.
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
The accuracy of data and its conformity to its expected value, especially after being transmitted data integrity
or processed.
The manipulation of data to transform it into some desired result.
data processing
In communications, the portion of a Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) device that sends data.
data source
datayntegriteit
Noun
de
Singular
dataferwurking
databoarne
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A property of a field that defines the kinds of data the field can store.
data type
datatype
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A collection of data formatted/arranged to allow for easy search and retrieval.
database
database
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To detect, locate, and correct logical or syntactical errors in a program.
debug
flaterfrij meitsje
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Noun
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To convert encrypted content back into its original form.
A value that is automatically used by a program when the user does not specify an alternative.
Defaults are built into a program when a value or option must be assumed for the program to
function.
decrypt
default
dekodearje
standertynstelling
Verb
Noun
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de
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Noun
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In some dialog boxes, the command button that is selected or highlighted when the dialog box
is initially displayed. The default button has a bold border, indicating that it will be chosen
automatically if you press ENTER. You can override a default button by clicking Cancel or
another command button.
default button
standertknop
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The process of rewriting parts of a file to contiguous sectors on a hard disk to increase the
speed of access and retrieval.
defragmentation
defragmintaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
The ° character
On IBM and PC-compatible computers, a key whose function changes depending on the
application program. Usually it erases the character under the cursor, although in some
applications it can erase selected text or graphics.
degree symbol
DELETE key
graadteken
Delete-toets
Noun
Noun
it
de
Singular
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To eliminate text, a file, or part of a document with the intention of removing the information
permanently.
delete
wiskje
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Noun
Full Form
delimiter
skiedingsteken
Noun
it
Singular
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One or more special characters used to separate peers in a delimited structure, at any level
(fields, records, and so on).
To put into use.
deploy
brûke
Verb
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Noun
Noun
Full Form
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A visual design surface.
The work area on a computer screen that simulates the top of an actual desk. The desktop
contains the Recycle Bin and other icons (shortcuts to programs, files, folders, and various
types of documents such as letters, reports, or pictures) that you can arrange on the electronic
desktop just as you would arrange real objects on top of a desk.
designer
desktop
ûntwerpskerm
buroblêd
Noun
Noun
it
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Verb
Full Form
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The location (drive, folder, or directory) to which a file is copied or moved.
To remove uninstalled application files from a destination computer.
destination
detach
doel
losmeitsje
Noun
Verb
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Any piece of equipment that can be attached to a network or computer, for example, printers,
keyboards, external disk drives, or other peripheral equipment. Devices normally require a
device driver to function with Windows.
device
apparaat
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Any mark placed over, under, or through a character, usually to indicate a change in phonetic
value from the unmarked state. A character that is attached to it is a base character. Most
diacritics are non-spacing characters that do not increase the width of the base character.
diacritical mark
diakritysk teken
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Any mark placed over, under, or through a character, usually to indicate a change in phonetic
value from the unmarked state. A character that is attached to it is a base character. Most
diacritics are non-spacing characters that do not increase the width of the base character.
diacritic
diakritysk teken
Noun
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Singular
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dial
kieze
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Full Form
To move the numbered wheel, press the buttons on a telephone or press the button in phone
software in order to make a telephone/computer call.
A sound emitted by the receiver of a telepone that indicates that a number can be dialed.
dial tone
kiestoan
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A box associated with a task or program that contains buttons and options for completing the
task. For example, if you create a document in Microsoft Word and then you want to save it,
when you click Save, the Save As dialog box will appear.
dialog box
dialoochfinster
Noun
it
Singular
Adjective
Full Form
dial-up
ynbel-
Other
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Full Form
Pertaining to a connection that uses the public switched telephone network rather than a
dedicated circuit or some other type of private network.
In computing, a characteristic of data that is represented as binary digits (zeros and ones).
digital
digitaal
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Abbreviated Form
A form of storage characterized by high capacity (roughly 650 MB) and the use of laser optics
rather than magnetic means for reading data. Optical disk storage commonly used for audio,
video, and computer data. DVDs range in capacity from 4.7 GB to 17 GB, and can store
significantly more than a CD-ROM.
DVD
dvd
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A form of storage characterized by high capacity (roughly 650 MB) and the use of laser optics
rather than magnetic means for reading data. Optical disk storage commonly used for audio,
video, and computer data. DVDs range in capacity from 4.7 GB to 17 GB, and can store
significantly more than a CD-ROM.
digital video disk
digitale video disk
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To cause text or an image to visually fade.
dim
dimme
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Noun
Full Form
An OLAP structure that organizes data into levels, such as Country/Region/City for a
Geography dimension. In a PivotTable or PivotChart report, each dimension becomes a set of
fields where you can expand and collapse detail.
dimension
diminsje
Noun
de
Singular
Adjective
Adjective
Adjective
Adjective
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
The state of a control in which normal functionality is not presently available to a user.
The state of a control in which normal functionality is not presently available to a user.
The state of a control in which normal functionality is not presently available to a user.
The state of a control in which normal functionality is not presently available to a user.
A technology that allows certain devices, such as hard disks and CD or DVD drives, to transfer
information directly through the computer's memory without using the computer's processor.
DMA improves the performance of the device and frees the computer's processor so it can
perform other tasks.
dimmed
unavailable
disabled
grayed
DMA
net beskikber
net beskikber
net beskikber
net beskikber
DMA
Adjective
Adjective
Adjective
Adjective
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Noun
Full Form
A technology that allows certain devices, such as hard disks and CD or DVD drives, to transfer direct memory access
information directly through the computer's memory without using the computer's processor.
DMA improves the performance of the device and frees the computer's processor so it can
perform other tasks.
streekrjochte tagong ta ûnthâld
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An information source that contains information about users, computer files, or other objects. In directory
a file system, a directory stores information about files. In a distributed computing environment
(such as a Windows domain), the directory stores information about objects such as printers,
fax servers, applications, databases, and other users.
directory
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To make a device nonfunctional. For example, if you disable a device in a hardware
disable
configuration, you cannot use the device when your computer uses that hardware configuration.
Disabling a device frees the resources that were allocated to the device.
útskeakelje
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Noun
Full Form
A round, flat piece of nonmagnetic, shiny metal encased in a plastic coating, designed to be
read from and written to by optical (laser) technology.
skiif
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A notice that warns that the manufacturer of the product limits liability in certain situations/uses. disclaimer
frijwarder
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
To break a connection.
disconnect
A device used to store information. There are two types of disks. Hard disks are permanent and disk
installed into your computer. Floppy disks are portable and can be inserted into and removed
from a floppy disk drive.
ferbining ferbrekke
skiif
Verb
Noun
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de
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Singular
Verb
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
To show something.
display
The visual output device of a computer, which is commonly a CRT-based video display. With
display
portable and notebook computers, the display is usually an LCD-based or a gas plasma-based
flat-panel display.
werjaan
byldskerm
Verb
Noun
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it
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Noun
Full Form
A collection of users, computers, contacts, and other groups that is used only for e-mail
distribution.
distribution list
ferstjoerderslist
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A collection of users, computers, contacts, and other groups that is used only for e-mail
distribution.
distribution group
ferstjoerdersgroep
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
An operating system feature that allows executable routines (generally serving a specific
function or set of functions) to be stored separately as files with .dll extensions. These routines
are loaded only when needed by the program that calls them.
DLL
DLL
Noun
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Full Form
An operating system feature that allows executable routines (generally serving a specific
function or set of functions) to be stored separately as files with .dll extensions. These routines
are loaded only when needed by the program that calls them.
dynamic-link library
dynamic-link library
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A toolbar that is attached to one edge of the program window. When you drag a toolbar below
the program title bar or to the left, right, or bottom edge of the window, the toolbar snaps into
place on the edge of the program window.
docked toolbar
skoattele arkbalke
Noun
de
Singular
disc
Noun
Full Form
A unit for housing a portable computer that contains a power connection, expansion slots, and
connections to peripherals, such as a monitor, printer, full-sized keyboard, and mouse. The
docking station turns the portable computer into a desktop computer.
docking station
basisstasjon
Noun
it
Noun
Full Form
Any self-contained piece of work created with an application program and, if saved on disk,
given a unique filename by which it can be retrieved.
document
dokumint
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A set of syntax rules for mark-up tags and their interpretation. Within an HTML (or XML)
document, a DTD provides specific information on what tags are used in the document (and in
what order those tags should appear), which tags can appear inside other ones, which tags
have attributes, and so forth. Originally developed for use with Standard Generalized Markup
Language (SGML), DTD defines the relationships between document elements.
DTD
DTD
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
A set of syntax rules for mark-up tags and their interpretation. Within an HTML (or XML)
document, a DTD provides specific information on what tags are used in the document (and in
what order those tags should appear), which tags can appear inside other ones, which tags
have attributes, and so forth. Originally developed for use with Standard Generalized Markup
Language (SGML), DTD defines the relationships between document elements.
document type
definition
document type definition
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
In windowing environments, such as the Apple Macintosh and Microsoft Windows, an on-screen document window
window (enclosed work area) in which the user can create, view, or work on a document.
dokumintfinster
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The set of possible values that you can specify for an independent variable in a function, or for
a database attribute.
domain
domein
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A collection of computers on a network that share a common database and security policy.
domain
domein
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
In an Active Directory forest, a server that contains a writable copy of the Active Directory
DC
database, participates in Active Directory replication, and controls access to network resources.
Administrators can manage user accounts, network access, shared resources, site topology,
and other directory objects from any domain controller in the forest.
DC
Noun
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In an Active Directory forest, a server that contains a writable copy of the Active Directory
domain controller
database, participates in Active Directory replication, and controls access to network resources.
Administrators can manage user accounts, network access, shared resources, site topology,
and other directory objects from any domain controller in the forest.
domain controller
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
The standard used to measure screen and printer resolution, expressed as the number of dots
that a device can display or print per linear inch. The greater the number of dots per inch, the
better the resolution.
dpi
dpi
Noun
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Full Form
The standard used to measure screen and printer resolution, expressed as the number of dots
that a device can display or print per linear inch. The greater the number of dots per inch, the
better the resolution.
dots per inch
punten yn in inch
Noun
de
Plural
Verb
Full Form
To press and release a mouse button twice in rapid succession without moving the mouse.
Double-clicking is a means of rapidly selecting and activating a program or program feature.
double-click
dûbeldklikke
Verb
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Noun
Abbreviated Form
DPA/DWF
Noun
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Noun
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An advanced, distributed method of user authentication from Microsoft, allowing for single user DPA
log-on.
An advanced, distributed method of user authentication from Microsoft, allowing for single user distributed password
log-on.
authentication
distribuearre wachtwurdferifikaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Verb
Full Form
Full Form
draft
drag
konsept
slepe
Noun
Verb
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drive
stasjon
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
drive letter
stasjonsletter
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
drop-down combo box
ferfolchkarlist mei ynfierhokje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
ferfolchkarlist
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A menu that drops from the menu bar when requested and remains open without further action drop-down menu
until the user closes it or chooses a menu item.
To make a change to an existing file or document.
edit
A change made to a file or a document.
edit
bewurkje
bewurking
Verb
Noun
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de
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Singular
Noun
Full Form
A program that creates files or makes changes to existing files.
editor
editor
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A set of routines that an application uses to request and carry out lower-level services
performed by a computer's operating system. These routines usually carry out maintenance
tasks such as managing files and displaying information.
API
API
Noun
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Full Form
A set of routines that an application uses to request and carry out lower-level services
performed by a computer's operating system. These routines usually carry out maintenance
tasks such as managing files and displaying information.
application program
interface
application program interface
Noun
de
Singular
A preliminary version.
To move an item on the screen by selecting the item and then pressing and holding down the
mouse button while moving the mouse.
An area of storage that is formatted with a file system and has a drive letter. The storage can be
a floppy disk, a CD or DVD, a hard disk, or another type of disk.
The naming convention for disk drives on IBM and compatible computers. Drives are named by
letter, beginning with A, followed by a colon.
A standard Windows control that combines the characteristics of a text box with a drop-down list
box.
Noun
Full Form
A set of routines that an application uses to request and carry out lower-level services
performed by a computer's operating system. These routines usually carry out maintenance
tasks such as managing files and displaying information.
application
programming interface
application programming interface
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
COM port
COM-poarte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
communications port
kommunikaasjepoarte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
serial port
seriële poarte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A serial communications port used to connect a device, such as a modem, printer, or mobile
device, to a computer.
A serial communications port used to connect a device, such as a modem, printer, or mobile
device, to a computer.
A serial communications port used to connect a device, such as a modem, printer, or mobile
device, to a computer.
A unit of information within a markup language that is defined by a tag, or a pair of tags
surrounding some content, and includes any attributes defined within the initial tag.
element
elemint
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
The exchange of text messages and computer files over a communications network, such as a e-mail
local area network or the Internet.
e-mail
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
The exchange of text messages and computer files over a communications network, such as a mail
local area network or the Internet.
mail
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
elektroanyske post
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Verb
Abbreviated Form
Full Form
The exchange of text messages and computer files over a communications network, such as a electronic mail
local area network or the Internet.
A computer that stores e-mail messages.
e-mail server
To insert information created in one program, such as a chart or an equation, into another
embed
program.
e-mailserver
ynslute
Noun
Verb
de
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Singular
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Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
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Verb
Noun
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Noun
Abbreviated Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
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Noun
Abbreviated Form
A legal agreement between a software or hardware manufacturer and the end user, with regard license terms
to the terms of use and transfer of the software.
A legal agreement between a software or hardware manufacturer and the end user, with regard Microsoft Software
to the terms of use and transfer of the software.
License Terms
The keyboard key that is used at the end of a line or command to instruct the computer to
ENTER key
process the command or text.
An organization with more than 1000 employees and more than 500 personal computers.
LORG
Noun
Full Form
An organization with more than 1000 employees and more than 500 personal computers.
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Noun
Noun
Full Form
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Noun
Full Form
Adjective
Full Form
Verb
The – character, based on the width of an uppercase N and used primarily as a connecting
element, especially with numbers.
The – character, based on the width of an uppercase N and used primarily as a connecting
element, especially with numbers.
en dash
en-streekje
Noun
it
Singular
minus sign
min-teken
Noun
it
Singular
The process of turning data into a stream of bits. Encoding is part of the serialization process
that converts data into a stream of ones and zeros.
To programmatically disguise content to hide its substance.
The ultimate user of a computer or computer application in its finished, marketable form.
encoding
kodearring
Noun
de
Singular
encrypt
end user
kodearje
einbrûker
Verb
Noun
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de
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Singular
lisinsjebepalings
Noun
de
Plural
Microsoft Software Lisinsjebepalings
Noun
de
Plural
Enter-toets
Noun
de
Singular
grutte organisaasje
Noun
de
Singular
enterprise
organisaasje
Noun
de
Singular
An organization with more than 1000 employees and more than 500 personal computers.
large organization
grutte organisaasje
Noun
de
Singular
The process of inputting information.
A file that lists errors that were encountered during an operation.
A keyboard key that sends the escape (ESC) character to the computer. Often this key moves
the user back one level in the menu structure or exits the program.
An action or occurrence to which a program might respond. Examples include state changes,
data transfers, key presses, and mouse movements.
A type of access to data in a database that is shared over a network. When you open a
database in exclusive mode, you prevent others from opening the database.
entry
error log
ESC key
ynfier
flaterlochboek
Esc-toets
Noun
Noun
Noun
de
it
de
Singular
Singular
Singular
event
barren
Noun
it
Singular
exclusive
eksklusyf
Adjective
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To output data and database objects to another database, spreadsheet, or file format so
another database, application, or program can use the data or database objects. You can
export data to a variety of supported databases, programs, and file formats.
export
eksportearje
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
expression
ekspresje
Noun
de
Singular
Adjective
Full Form
Any combination of operators, constants, literal values, functions, and names of fields
(columns), controls, and properties that evaluates to a single value.
An orientation of printed paper where the printed side is against a surface. For example, paper
is face down when it is placed in a copier with the printed side against the copying surface.
face down
foarkant ûnder
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Adjective
Full Form
An orientation of printed paper where the printed side is away from a surface. For example,
paper is face up when it is placed in a copier with the printed side away from the copying
surface.
face up
foarkant boppe
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Noun
Full Form
The inability of a computer system or related device to operate reliably or to operate at all.
failure
flater
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A file system used by MS-DOS and other Windows operating systems to organize and manage FAT
files. The file allocation table is a data structure that Windows creates when you format a
volume by using FAT or FAT32 file systems. Windows stores information about each file in the
file allocation table so that it can retrieve the file later.
FAT
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
A file system used by MS-DOS and other Windows operating systems to organize and manage file allocation table
files. The file allocation table is a data structure that Windows creates when you format a
volume by using FAT or FAT32 file systems. Windows stores information about each file in the
file allocation table so that it can retrieve the file later.
bestânstawizingstabel
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A user-defined shortcut to a Web site accessed from the Favorites menu.
An area in a window or record that stores a single data value.
favoryt
fjild
Noun
Noun
de
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A collection of data or information. Almost all information stored in a computer must be in a file. file
There are many different types of files: data files, text files, program files, music files, and so
on. Different types of files store different types of information. For example, program files store
programs, whereas text files store text.
bestân
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A set of characters added to the end of a file name that identifies the file type or format.
extension
taheaksel
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A set of characters added to the end of a file name that identifies the file type or format.
file name extension
bestânstaheaksel
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
file format
bestânsyndieling
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
format
bestânsyndieling
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
file system
bestânssysteem
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
file type
bestânstype
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The structure or organization of data in a file. File format is usually indicated by the file name
extension.
The structure or organization of data in a file. File format is usually indicated by the file name
extension.
In an operating system, the overall structure in which files are named, stored, and organized.
NTFS, FAT, and FAT32 are types of file systems.
A description of the content or format of a file. File type is usually indicated by the file name
extension.
A column or combination of columns whose values match the primary key (PK) or unique key in
the same or another table.
foreign key
referinsjekaai
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Adjective
Full Form
Full Form
To associate a flag with a message or other item.
Marked with a flag.
flag
flagged
markearje
markearre
Verb
Adjective
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Noun
Abbreviated Form
A hardware device that reads data from and writes data to floppy disks.
drive
stasjon
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A hardware device that reads data from and writes data to floppy disks.
disk drive
diskettestasjon
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A hardware device that reads data from and writes data to floppy disks.
floppy disk drive
diskettestasjon
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A named storage area on a computer containing files and other folders. Folders are used to
organize information electronically, the same way actual folders in a filing cabinet do.
folder
map
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A graphic design applied to a collection of numbers, symbols, and characters. A font describes
a certain typeface, along with other qualities such as size, spacing, and pitch.
font
lettertype
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The point size of a set of characters in a particular typeface.
font size
tekengrutte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The stylistic attributes of a font — such as bold, italic, and underline.
font style
tekenstyl
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
One or more lines of text in the bottom margin area of a page. A footer may contain elements
such as the page number, the name of the file, or the date.
footer
fuottekst
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
One or more lines of text in the bottom margin area of a page. A footer may contain elements
such as the page number, the name of the file, or the date.
running foot
fuottekst
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
One or more lines of text in the bottom margin area of a page. A footer may contain elements
such as the page number, the name of the file, or the date.
page footer
fuottekst
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A structured document or template with spaces reserved for entering information and often
containing special coding as well.
form
formulier
Noun
it
Singular
favorite
field
format
opmaak
Noun
de
Singular
formattearje
Verb
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formula
formule
Noun
de
Singular
fraction
frame
frame
stikje
ramt
ramt
Noun
Noun
Noun
it
it
it
Singular
Singular
Singular
framework
ûntwerpstruktuer
Noun
de
Singular
full screen
folslein skerm
Noun
it
Singular
game
spultsje
Noun
it
Singular
gateway
gateway
Noun
de
Singular
A category for grouping or describing multimedia, such as music categorized as "classical" or
"jazz".
A symbol that you draw on the screen or a movement of your tablet pen that the Tablet PC
interprets as a command, rather than writing or drawing.
Pertaining to an entire document, file, or program rather than to a restricted segment of it.
genre
sjenre
Noun
it
Singular
gesture
haal
Noun
de
Singular
global
globaal
Adjective
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A graphical representation of either a character, a part of a character, or a sequence of
characters.
A button on the address bar that enables the user to navigate to the specified location (such as
a folder path or web address).
A gradual progression. For example, a progression from one color to another color, or from one
shade to another shade of the same color.
A piece of computer hardware that processes video information. The video card receives
images (such as movies, animation, and text) from software programs on the computer,
processes those images, and sends them to the screen.
glyph
symboal
Noun
it
Singular
Go
Sykje
Verb
Not Selected
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gradient
gradueel ferrin
Noun
it
Singular
video card
fideokaart
Noun
de
Singular
grave accent
grayscale
stompteken
griiswearde
Noun
Noun
it
de
Singular
Singular
Full Form
The ` character.
A sequence of shades ranging from black through white, used in computer graphics to add
detail to images or to represent a color image on a monochrome output device.
The > character.
greater than sign
grutter-as-teken
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The > character.
right angle bracket
skerpe heak rjochts
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The ≥ character.
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A collection of elements that can be treated as a whole.
greater than or equal to grutter-as- of gelyk-oan-teken
sign
group
groep
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An administrative tool for managing user settings and computer settings across a network.
Group Policy
groepsbelied
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An inflexible platter coated with material in which data can be recorded magnetically with
read/write heads.
hard disk
hurde skiif
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
handle
hângreep
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
In the user interface, an interface added to an object that facilitates moving, sizing, reshaping,
or other functions pertaining to an object.
Any token that a program can use to identify and access an object such as a device, a file, a
window, or a dialog box.
handle
yngong
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The overall layout or pattern of a document.
Verb
Not Selected
To prepare a disk for use by organizing its storage space into a collection of data
format
"compartments", each of which can be located by the operating system so that data can be
sorted and retrieved. When a previously used disk is formatted, any preexisting information on it
is lost.
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Adjective
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
A sequence of values, cell references, names, functions, or operators in a cell that together
produce a new value.
A small part, amount, or proportion of something.
One of many sequential images that make up video.
An independent section on a webpage. Each frame is actually a separate webpage and can
have its own scrollbars.
In object-oriented programming, a reusable basic design structure, consisting of abstract and
concrete classes, that assists in building applications.
A display mode that utilizes the entire screen, often by hiding elements such as menus,
toolbars, title bars, scroll bars, and so on.
A class of computer program in which one or more users interact with the computer as a form
of entertainment.
A dedicated device (or a set of services running on a dedicated computer) that routes network
traffic and enables communication between different networking protocols. A gateway is a
multiprotocol Internet Protocol (IP) router that translates between different transport protocols or
data formats.
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Adjective
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Verb
UI String
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Noun
Verb
Full Form
To stop responding.
hang
stûkje
Verb
Not Selected
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Noun
Full Form
In word processing or printing, text that is to appear at the top of pages. A header might be
specified for the first page, all pages after the first, even pages, or odd pages. It usually
includes the page number and may also show the date or the title or other information about a
document.
header
koptekst
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
In word processing or printing, text that is to appear at the top of pages. A header might be
specified for the first page, all pages after the first, even pages, or odd pages. It usually
includes the page number and may also show the date or the title or other information about a
document.
running head
koptekst
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
In word processing or printing, text that is to appear at the top of pages. A header might be
specified for the first page, all pages after the first, even pages, or odd pages. It usually
includes the page number and may also show the date or the title or other information about a
document.
page header
koptekst
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The capability of many programs and operating systems to display advice or instructions for
using their features when so requested by the user, as by a screen button or menu item or a
function key.
help
help
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
For a computer system, to be in an inactive state, but not shut off. When the computer is
switched back on, the desktop is restored exactly as it was.
hibernate
sliepe
Verb
Not Selected
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Adjective
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Not visible to the user.
Text that does not display in the normal view of a document's content.
A menu that appears when a user points to a command on a higher-level menu.
A menu that appears when a user points to a command on a higher-level menu.
A menu that appears when a user points to a command on a higher-level menu.
A menu that appears when a user points to a command on a higher-level menu.
hidden
hidden text
hierarchical menu
cascading menu
child menu
submenu
ferburgen
ferburgen tekst
trepmenu
trepmenu
ûnderlizzend menu
ûnderlizzend menu
Adjective
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
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de
it
it
it
it
Not Selected
Singular
Singular
Singular
Singular
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To emphasize displayed characters, as by displaying them in reverse video (light on dark rather highlight
than dark on light, and vice versa) or against a colored background.
markearje
Verb
Not Selected
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Noun
Verb
Full Form
Full Form
hit
hover
treffer
oanwize
Noun
Verb
de
Not Selected
Singular
Not Selected
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
HTML tag
hyphen
HTML-koade
ôfbrekstreekje
Noun
Noun
de
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A successful retrieval of a record matching a query.
To hold the tablet pen above the screen, keeping the pointer in the same location, or briefly rest
the mouse pointer on a button, link, or other UI element.
A text string used in HTML to identify a page element's type, format, and appearance.
The character, used to break a word between syllables at the end of a line or to separate the
parts of a compound word.
The complementary tasks of gathering and distributing data. Input is data that is acquired from
a device or entered by the user through a device. Output is data that is sent to a device.
I/O
I/O
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
The complementary tasks of gathering and distributing data. Input is data that is acquired from
a device or entered by the user through a device. Output is data that is sent to a device.
input/output
input/output
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Data structures that drivers use to communicate with each other.
Data structures that drivers use to communicate with each other.
A small picture that represents a file, folder, program, or other object or function.
Any text string used as a label.
IRP
I/O request packet
icon
identifier
IRP
I/O-oanfraachpakket
piktogram
identifikaasje
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
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it
it
de
Not Selected
Singular
Singular
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Software services that support Web site creation, configuration, and management, along with
other Internet functions. Internet Information Services include Network News Transfer Protocol
(NNTP), File Transfer Protocol (FTP), and Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP).
IIS
IIS
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
Software services that support Web site creation, configuration, and management, along with
other Internet functions. Internet Information Services include Network News Transfer Protocol
(NNTP), File Transfer Protocol (FTP), and Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP).
Internet Information
Services
Internet Information Services
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
Full Form
A stored description of a graphic picture, either as a set of brightness and color values of pixels image
or as a set of instructions for reproducing the picture.
ôfbylding
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
A stored description of a graphic picture, either as a set of brightness and color values of pixels digital image
or as a set of instructions for reproducing the picture.
A collection of files and folders (sometimes compressed into one file) that duplicates the original image
file and folder structure of an operating system. It often contains other files added by the OEM
or corporation.
digitale ôfbylding
Noun
de
Singular
kopy
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The processes involved in the capture, storage, display, and printing of graphical images.
replikaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
A hardware type for digital cameras and scanners.
imaging device
A program used to enter the thousands of different characters in written Asian languages with a IME
standard 101-key keyboard. An IME consists of both an engine that converts keystrokes into
phonetic and ideographic characters and a dictionary of commonly used ideographic words. As
the user enters keystrokes, the IME engine attempts to identify which character or characters
that the keystrokes should be converted into.
byldapparaat
IME
Noun
Noun
it
Not Selected
Singular
Not Selected
Noun
Full Form
A program used to enter the thousands of different characters in written Asian languages with a Input Method Editor
standard 101-key keyboard. An IME consists of both an engine that converts keystrokes into
phonetic and ideographic characters and a dictionary of commonly used ideographic words. As
the user enters keystrokes, the IME engine attempts to identify which character or characters
that the keystrokes should be converted into.
Input Method Editor
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To bring information from one system or program into another. The system or program
receiving the data must somehow support the internal format or structure of the data.
ymportearje
Verb
Not Selected
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Adjective
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
The state of an object when it is not the focus of a user's input.
inactive
In an environment capable of displaying multiple on-screen windows, any window other than the inactive window
one currently being used for work. An inactive window can be partially or entirely hidden behind
another window, and it remains inactive until the user selects it.
net-aktyf
net-aktyf finster
Adjective
Noun
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it
Not Selected
Singular
Adjective
Full Form
Unable to be used together.
incompatible
net-compatible
Adjective
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Verb
Full Form
indent
ynspringe
Verb
Not Selected
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Noun
Full Form
To displace the left or right edge of a text item, such as a block or a line, relative to the margin
or to another text item.
A listing of keywords and associated data that point to the location of more comprehensive
information, such as files and records on a disk or record keys in a database.
index
yndeks
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
infrared
ynfraread
Noun
it
Singular
Verb
Verb
Full Form
Full Form
Light that is beyond red in the color spectrum. While the light is not visible to the human eye,
infrared transmitters and receivers can send and receive infrared signals.
To set a variable to an initial value.
To prepare a disk or computer for use.
initialize
initialize
inisjalisearje
inisjalisearje
Verb
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
input device
ynfierapparaat
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A peripheral device whose purpose is to allow the user to provide input to a computer system.
Examples of input devices are keyboards, mice, joysticks, and styluses.
The location where the user is currently directing input.
A key on the keyboard, labeled "Insert" or "Ins", whose usual function is to toggle a program's
editing setting between an insert mode and an overwrite mode, although it may perform
different functions in different applications.
input focus
INSERT key
ynfierfokus
Insert-toets
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Verb
Full Form
When referring to hardware, to physically connect the device to your computer, to load device
drivers onto your computer, and to configure device properties and settings.
install
ynstallearje
Verb
Not Selected
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Verb
Full Form
ynstallearje
Verb
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Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
When referring to software, to load the program and installation files onto your computer so that install
the program runs correctly.
The process of adding software to a computer system.
installation
An object in relation to the class to which it belongs. For example, an object myList that belongs instance
to a class List is an instance of the class List.
ynstallaasje
ûnderdiel
Noun
Noun
de
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An action statement in any computer language, most often in machine or assembly language.
Most programs consist of two types of statements: declarations and instructions.
instruction
ynstruksje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
A natural number, zero, or the negative of a natural number.
A high-speed digital technology that uses existing telephone lines to provide Internet access.
integer
ISDN
hiel getal
ISDN
Noun
Noun
it
Not Selected
Singular
Not Selected
Noun
Full Form
A high-speed digital technology that uses existing telephone lines to provide Internet access.
Integrated Services Digital Network
Noun
it
Singular
Adjective
Full Form
Characterized by conversational exchange of input and output, as when a user enters a
question or command and the system immediately responds. The interactivity of
microcomputers is one of the features that makes them approachable and easy to use.
Integrated Services
Digital Network
interactive
ynteraktyf
Adjective
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Noun
Full Form
Software that enables a program to work with the user (the user interface, which can be a
interface
command-line interface, menu-driven, or a graphical user interface), with another program such
as the operating system, or with the computer's hardware. See also application programming
interface, graphical user interface.
interface
Noun
de
Singular
imaging
import
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A card, plug, or other device that connects pieces of hardware with the computer so that
information can be moved from place to place. For example, standardized interfaces such as
RS-232-C standard and SCSI enable communications between computers and printers or
disks.
interface
interface
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A card, plug, or other device that connects pieces of hardware with the computer so that
information can be moved from place to place. For example, standardized interfaces such as
RS-232-C standard and SCSI enable communications between computers and printers or
disks.
hardware interface
hardware-interface
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
yntern moadem
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
ynternet
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A modem constructed on an expansion card to be installed in one of the expansion slots inside internal modem
a computer.
The worldwide collection of networks and gateways that use the TCP/IP suite of protocols to
Internet
communicate with one another.
An address for a resource on the Internet that is used by Web browsers to locate Internet
Internet address
resources. An Internet address typically starts with a protocol name, followed by the name of
the organization that maintains the site; the suffix identifies the kind of organization it is.
ynternetadres
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
IP
IP
Noun
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Noun
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Internet Protocol
ynternetprotokol
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
IRQ
IRQ
Noun
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Noun
Abbreviated Form
interrupt
ynterrupsje-oanfraach
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
ynterrupsje-oanfraach
Noun
de
Singular
Adjective
Full Form
ûnjildich
Adjective
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Adjective
Full Form
Erroneous or unrecognizable because of a flaw in reasoning or an error in input. Invalid results, not valid
for example, might occur if the logic in a program is faulty.
ûnjildich
Adjective
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Verb
Full Form
To reverse something or change it to its opposite.
invert
omkeare
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
iteration
werhelling
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Repeated execution of one or more statements or instructions. Statements or instructions so
executed are said to be in a loop.
Product/Technology NaAn object-oriented programming language, developed by Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Java
Java
Noun
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Noun
Noun
Full Form
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A program or task to be executed by a computer.
A connection between multiple tables where records from related fields that match are
combined and shown as one record. Records that don't match may be included or excluded,
depending on the type of join.
job
join
taak
gearfoeging
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A pointing device that is used mainly, but not exclusively, for computer games. A joystick has a joystick
base, on which control buttons can be mounted, and a vertical stem that can be used to control
the movement of an object on the screen.
joystick
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The process of aligning text along both the left and right margins.
útfolling
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To adjust horizontal spacing so that text is aligned evenly along both the left and right margins. justify
Justifying text creates a smooth edge on both sides.
útfolje
Verb
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Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A data unit equal to 1,024 bits.
kilobit
The core of layered architecture that manages the most basic operations of the operating
kernel
system and the computer's processor. The kernel schedules different blocks of executing code,
called threads, for the processor to keep it as busy as possible and coordinates multiple
processors to optimize performance. The kernel also synchronizes activities among Executivelevel subcomponents, such as I/O Manager and Process Manager, and handles hardware
exceptions and other hardware-dependent functions. The kernel works closely with the
hardware abstraction layer.
kilobit
kernel
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
In database management, an identifier for a record or group of records in a datafile.
kaai
Noun
de
Singular
A routable protocol in the TCP/IP protocol suite that is responsible for IP addressing, routing,
and the fragmentation and reassembly of IP packets.
A routable protocol in the TCP/IP protocol suite that is responsible for IP addressing, routing,
and the fragmentation and reassembly of IP packets.
A signal sent by a device to get the attention of the processor when the device is ready to
accept or send information.
A signal sent by a device to get the attention of the processor when the device is ready to
accept or send information.
A signal sent by a device to get the attention of the processor when the device is ready to
interrupt request
accept or send information.
Erroneous or unrecognizable because of a flaw in reasoning or an error in input. Invalid results, invalid
for example, might occur if the logic in a program is faulty.
justification
key
Noun
Full Form
On a keyboard, the combination of a plastic keycap, a tension mechanism that suspends the
keycap but allows it to be pressed down, and an electronic mechanism that records the key
press and key release.
key
toets
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Any combination of keys that must be pressed sequentially.
key sequence
toetsekombinaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Any combination of keys that must be pressed sequentially.
access key
tagongstoets
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An input device consisting of a set of individual keys similar to those on a typewriter. It is used
to convey information from a user to a computer or data communications circuit.
keyboard
toetseboerd
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An input device consisting of a set of individual keys similar to those on a typewriter. It is used
to convey information from a user to a computer or data communications circuit.
standard keyboard
standerttoetseboerd
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The key arrangement used for a particular keyboard, including such factors as the number of
keys (101 is the current standard) and the configuration of the keys (QWERTY is the United
States standard). Some proprietary systems use different layouts, and many allow you to map
the keys to characters according to your preferences.
keyboard layout
toetseboerdyndieling
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Any combination of keystrokes that can be used to perform a task that would otherwise require keyboard shortcut
a mouse or other pointing device.
toetsekombinaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A calculator-style block of keys, usually at the right side of a keyboard, that can be used to
enter numbers.
keypad
siferblok
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A calculator-style block of keys, usually at the right side of a keyboard, that can be used to
enter numbers.
numeric keypad
siferblok
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Any of the set of words that comprises a given programming language or set of operatingsystem routines.
keyword
stekwurd
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A characteristic word, phrase, or code that is used to conduct sorting or searching operations.
keyword
stekwurd
Noun
it
Singular
Verb
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
labelje
lizzend
Verb
Adjective
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Noun
Full Form
To attach a label to.
label
An orientation where the long dimension of a rectangular area (for example, screen or paper) is landscape
horizontal.
A collection of binaries that can be installed on top of the core product and enables users to
language pack
select a preferred language so that the user interface and Help files appear in that preferred
language.
taalpakket
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A data unit of 1,024 bytes.
KB
KB
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Noun
Full Form
A data unit of 1,024 bytes.
kilobyte
kilobyte
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To activate an application program (especially on the Macintosh) from the operating system's
user interface.
launch
opstarte
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
The protocol or protocols operating at a particular level within a protocol suite, such as IP within layer
the TCP/IP suite.
laach
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
In computer design, the arrangement of circuits and other components of the system.
The overall plan or design of a document system.
In programming, the order and sequence of input and output.
The primary access protocol for Active Directory. LDAP is an industry-standard protocol,
established by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), that allows users to query and
update information in a directory service. Active Directory supports both LDAP version 2 and
LDAP version 3.
layout
layout
layout
LDAP
ûntwerp
yndieling
yndieling
LDAP
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
it
de
de
it
Singular
Singular
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The primary access protocol for Active Directory. LDAP is an industry-standard protocol,
established by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), that allows users to query and
update information in a directory service. Active Directory supports both LDAP version 2 and
LDAP version 3.
Lightweight Directory
Access Protocol
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
Noun
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leader
opfolteken
Noun
it
Singular
leader line
opfolteken
Noun
it
Singular
Full Form
A line or row of characters used to lead the eye from a data label to a data point, or from a
callout to the appropriate part of an illustration.
A line or row of characters used to lead the eye from a data label to a data point, or from a
callout to the appropriate part of an illustration.
To align text along the left margin.
Noun
Full Form
Verb
left align
lofterkant rjochtsje
Verb
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Noun
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
The key on the keyboard that is labeled with a left arrow.
The { character.
The ( character.
left arrow
left brace
opening parenthesis
pylk nei lofts
akkolade lofts
rûne heak lofts
Noun
Noun
Noun
de
de
de
Singular
Singular
Singular
Noun
Adjective
Full Form
Full Form
The [ character.
Pertaining to keyboard settings, document views, user interface objects, and languages for
which text is displayed in a left-to-right direction. English and most other European languages
are left-to-right languages.
left bracket
left-to-right
kante heak lofts
fan lofts nei rjochts
Noun
Adjective
de
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Singular
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Adjective
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Of or pertaining to documents, data, software, or hardware that existed prior to a certain time.
legacy
ferâldere
Adjective
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Noun
Full Form
The ≤ character.
lytser-as- of gelyk-oan-teken
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The < character.
less than or equal to
sign
less than sign
lytser-as-teken
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The < character.
left angle bracket
skerpe heak lofts
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The name of a set of members in a dimension hierarchy such that all members of the set are at level
the same distance from the root of the hierarchy. For example, a time hierarchy may contain the
levels Year, Month, and Day.
nivo
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The name of a set of members in a dimension hierarchy such that all members of the set are at dimension level
the same distance from the root of the hierarchy. For example, a time hierarchy may contain the
levels Year, Month, and Day.
nivo
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The right of a person or company to use software in a particular way, as described in the terms license
of the license agreement. Copyright law also limits how a person may use the software. A
person needs a license agreement for each software program they use.
brûkersrjocht
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
In word processing, a string of characters displayed or printed in a single horizontal row.
line
rigel
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
The point at which one line ends and another begins.
The amount of space from the bottom of one line of text to the bottom of the next line.
line break
line spacing
rigelein
rigelôfstân
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An object that is inserted into a document but still exists in the source file. When information is
linked, the new document is updated automatically if the information in the original document
changes.
linked object
keppele objekt
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A control in Windows that enables the user to choose one option from a list of possibilities.
list box
karlist
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A character that separates items in a list.
list separator
A security group that can be granted rights and permissions only to resources on the computer local group
on which the group is created. Local groups can have any user accounts that are local to the
computer as members, as well as users, groups, and computers from a domain to which the
computer belongs.
listskiedingsteken
lokale groep
Noun
Noun
it
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A collection of rules and data specific to a language and a geographic area. Locales include
information on sorting rules, date and time formatting, numeric and monetary conventions, and
character classification.
lânynstellings
Noun
de
Plural
locale
Noun
Full Form
A file that stores messages generated by an application, service, or operating system. These
messages are used to track the operations performed. Log files are usually plain text (ASCII)
files and often have a .log extension.
log file
lochboekbestân
Noun
it
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To terminate a session with a computer, program, or network.
log off
ôfmelde
Verb
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Verb
Full Form
To gain access to a specific computer, program, or network by identifying oneself with a
username and a password.
log on
oanmelde
Verb
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Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
logging
logo
lochboekregistraasje
logo
Noun
Noun
de
it
Singular
Singular
Verb
Adjective
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
The process of recording actions that take place on a computer, network, or system.
A distinctive symbol that identifies you, your business, or your organization. It can combine a
name, motto, and graphics.
To execute a group of statements repeatedly.
Of, pertaining to, or characterized by non-capital letters.
A set of keystrokes and instructions recorded and saved as a key combination (such as CTRL +
X) or file name. When the macro is used, all of the recorded steps are performed automatically.
Macros save time by replacing a series of frequently performed steps with a simple key
combination or name.
loop
lowercase
macro
werhelje
yn lytse letters
makro
Verb
Adjective
Noun
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Noun
UI String
A display utility that makes the computer screen more readable by people who have low vision
by creating a separate window that displays a magnified portion of the screen.
Magnifier
fergrutglês
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
The individual, or account, to whom an e-mail message is sent.
The location where e-mail is delivered.
mail recipient
mailbox
e-mailûntfanger
postbus
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A label that is printed with a recipient's address and is used to mail or ship an item.
mailing label
adresetiket
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A label that is printed with a recipient's address and is used to mail or ship an item.
In a mail-merge operation, the document that contains the text and graphics that are the same
for each version of the merged document, for example, the return address or salutation in a
form letter.
shipping label
main document
adresetiket
haaddokumint
Noun
Noun
it
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A small, portable personal computer that runs on either batteries or AC power, designed for use laptop
during travel.
laptop
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A small, portable personal computer that runs on either batteries or AC power, designed for use laptop PC
during travel.
laptopkompjûter
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A small, portable personal computer that runs on either batteries or AC power, designed for use laptop computer
during travel.
laptopkompjûter
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A type of display that uses a liquid compound having a polar molecular structure, sandwiched
between two transparent electrodes. When an electric field is applied, the molecules align with
the field, forming a crystalline arrangement that polarizes the light passing through it. A
polarized filter laminated over the electrodes blocks polarized light. In this way, a grid of
electrodes can selectively "turn on" a cell, or a pixel, containing the liquid crystal material,
turning it dark.
LCD
LCD
Noun
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Noun
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A type of display that uses a liquid compound having a polar molecular structure, sandwiched
between two transparent electrodes. When an electric field is applied, the molecules align with
the field, forming a crystalline arrangement that polarizes the light passing through it. A
polarized filter laminated over the electrodes blocks polarized light. In this way, a grid of
electrodes can selectively "turn on" a cell, or a pixel, containing the liquid crystal material,
turning it dark.
liquid crystal display
liquid crystal display
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A nonprinting mark you insert to end the current line and continue the text on the next line.
manual line break
hânmjittige nije rigel
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A messaging architecture that enables multiple applications to interact with multiple messaging MAPI
systems across a variety of hardware platforms. MAPI is built on the Component Object Model
(COM) foundation.
MAPI
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
A messaging architecture that enables multiple applications to interact with multiple messaging Messaging Application
systems across a variety of hardware platforms. MAPI is built on the Component Object Model Programming Interface
(COM) foundation.
Messaging Application Programming
Interface
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
The blank space outside the printing area on a page.
margin
marzje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
The blank space outside the printing area on a page.
Comments and tracked changes such as insertions, deletions, and formatting changes.
page margin
markup
bledsidemarzje
opmerkings
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Plural
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Moving text that is used on a data access page to draw the user's attention to a specific page
marquee
element, such as a headline or an important announcement.
The key used by the client and server for all session key generation. The master key is used to master key
generate the client-read key, the client-write key, the server-read key, and the server-write key.
Master keys can be exported as simple key BLOBs.
ljochtkrante
Noun
de
Singular
haadkaai
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To enlarge a window to its largest size by double-clicking the title bar, clicking the Maximize
button (at the right of the title bar), or by pressing ALT+SPACEBAR and then pressing X.
maximize
maksimalisearje
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
Any fixed or removable objects that store computer data. Examples include hard disks, floppy
disks, tapes, and compact discs.
A single media file, including art, sound, animation, or movies.
A single media file, including art, sound, animation, or movies.
A file that contains audio, video, or script data.
A server that hosts and delivers media across a network.
A list of textual or graphical choices from which a user can choose.
A rectangular bar displayed in an application program's on-screen window, often at the top,
from which menus can be selected by the user. Names of available menus are displayed in the
menu bar; choosing one with the keyboard or with a mouse causes the list of options in that
menu to be displayed.
media
media
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
media clip
clip
media file
media server
menu
menu bar
mediaklip
klip
mediabestân
mediaserver
menu
menubalke
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
de
de
it
de
it
de
Singular
Singular
Singular
Singular
Singular
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A command button that displays a menu.
Summary information about an e-mail message including these fields: Subject, From,
Received, Importance, Attachment, and Size.
menu button
message header
menuknop
berjochtkop
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Information about the properties or structure of data that is not part of the values the data
contains.
metadata
metadata
Noun
de
Plural
Verb
Full Form
migrate
ferhúzje
Verb
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Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
minimum installation
modal dialog
minimumynstallaasje
modaal dialoochfinster
Noun
Noun
de
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
mode
moadus
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
In file management, to move files or programs from an older file format or protocol to a more
current format or protocol.
An installation where only the necessary components are installed on a system.
A dialog that requires the user to take some action before the focus can switch to another form
or dialog box. Dialog boxes and messages are usually modal.
The operational state of a computer or a program. For example, edit mode is the state in which
a program accepts changes to a file.
A keyboard key that, when pressed (and held), changes the actions of ordinary input.
The television-like hardware that includes a screen.
modifier key
monitor
wizigingstoets
byldskerm
Noun
Noun
de
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An input device with the following features: a flat-bottomed casing designed to be gripped by
one hand; one or more buttons on the top; a multidirectional detection device (a ball, laser or
optical device) on the bottom; and a cable or wireless connection to the computer.
mouse
mûs
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
button
knop
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
mouse button
mûsknop
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
mouse click
mouse shortcut
mûsklik
mûs-toetskombinaasje
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
On a mouse, a movable piece that is pressed to activate some function. Older mouse models
have only one button; newer models typically have two or more buttons.
On a mouse, a movable piece that is pressed to activate some function. Older mouse models
have only one button; newer models typically have two or more buttons.
The action of pressing and releasing one of the mouse buttons.
A predefine command for a single mouse click or a double mouse click, with or without a
modifier key, that can be used to perform a task.
A Microsoft computer operating system with a command-line interface that is used to control
many internal computer functions, such as running programs and organizing and maintaining
files.
MS-DOS
MS-DOS
Noun
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Noun
Abbreviated Form
A Microsoft computer operating system with a command-line interface that is used to control
many internal computer functions, such as running programs and organizing and maintaining
files.
MS-DOS operating
system
MS-DOS-bestjoeringssysteem
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Proper Noun
A Microsoft computer operating system with a command-line interface that is used to control
many internal computer functions, such as running programs and organizing and maintaining
files.
Microsoft Disk
Operating System
Microsoft Disk Operating System
Noun
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Noun
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Verb
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
Abbreviated Form
Abbreviated Form
Abbreviated Form
Full Form
Full Form
The process of selecting nonadjacent and adjacent files and objects.
A phrase used when an appropriate answer is not available.
A phrase used when an appropriate answer is not available.
A phrase used when an appropriate answer is not available.
A value that represents the result of an invalid calculation.
A value that represents the result of an invalid calculation.
To move around in a document.
multiple selection
n/a
N/A
not applicable
NaN
not a number
navigate
mearfâldige seleksje
n.f.t.
n.f.t.
net fan tapassing
NaN
gjin getal
navigearje
Noun
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Verb
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Singular
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Noun
Noun
Full Form
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On a Web page, a grouping of hyperlinks for getting around in that particular Web site.
The area of an application window that enables the user to navigate to different parts of the
program.
navigation bar
navigation pane
navigaasjebalke
navigaasjedielfinster
Noun
Noun
de
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A decreased indent.
negative indent
A group of computers and other devices, such as printers and scanners, connected by a
network
communications link, enabling all the devices to interact with each other. Networks can be small
or large, permanently connected through wires or cables, or temporarily connected through
phone lines or wireless transmissions. The largest network is the Internet, which is a worldwide
group of networks.
negative ynspringing
netwurk
Noun
Noun
de
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An expansion card or other device used to provide network access to a computer or other
network adapter
device, such as a printer. Mediates between the computer and physical media, such as cabling,
over which transmissions travel.
netwurkadapter
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
network administrator
netwurkbehearder
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
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network drive
netwurkstasjon
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
nickname
bynamme
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
node
knooppunt
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
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node
knooppunt
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
nonbreaking hyphen
fêst ôfbrekstreekje
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A person responsible for planning, configuring, and managing the day-to-day operation of the
network.
On a local area network (LAN), a drive that other computers on the network can connect to. A
network drive allows people to access shared files and folders.
A user-friendly name displayed in place of a network location, e-mail address, or other, more
formal name.
A location in a hierarchy (often a tree structure) that can have links to one or more nodes below
it.
For local area networks (LANs), a device that is connected to the network and is capable of
communicating with other network devices.
A hyphen that is used to prevent a hyphenated word, number, or phrase from breaking if it falls
at the end of a line.
A character used to control the format of displayed or printed information, rather than to
represent a particular letter, digit, or other special character. The space ( ) is one of the more
important nonprinting characters.
nonprinting character
net ôf te printsjen teken
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A view that shows text formatting and a simplified page layout.
The area on the taskbar adjacent to the system control area that contains icons that appear
when certain events occur, such as when you receive e-mail.
normal view
notification area
gewoane werjefte
systeemromte
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The area on the taskbar adjacent to the system control area that contains icons that appear
when certain events occur, such as when you receive e-mail.
status area
systeemromte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
An enhanced file system that heightens reliability, by providing transaction logs to help recover
from disk failures; security, by enabling you to set permissions for directories or individual files;
and other advanced features that are not found in any version of a FAT file system.
NTFS
NFTS
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An enhanced file system that heightens reliability, by providing transaction logs to help recover
from disk failures; security, by enabling you to set permissions for directories or individual files;
and other advanced features that are not found in any version of a FAT file system.
NTFS file system
NFTS-bestânssysteem
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A category of objects that share a common set of characteristics. Each object in the directory is class
an instance of one or more classes in the schema.
klasse
Noun
de
Singular
objektklasse
Noun
de
Singular
OLE
object linking and embedding
Noun
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The process in which an electronic device examines printed characters on paper and
OCR
determines their shapes by detecting patterns of dark and light. Once the scanner or reader has
determined the shapes, character recognition methods-pattern matching with stored sets of
characters-are used to translate the shapes into computer text.
OCR
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The process in which an electronic device examines printed characters on paper and
optical character
determines their shapes by detecting patterns of dark and light. Once the scanner or reader has recognition
determined the shapes, character recognition methods-pattern matching with stored sets of
characters-are used to translate the shapes into computer text.
optical character recognition
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A program file used to connect to a particular database. Each database program, such as
Access or dBASE, or database management system, such as SQL Server, requires a different
driver.
ODBC driver
ODBC-stjoerprogramma
Noun
it
Singular
Adjective
Full Form
A network status that indicates a client is not connected to a server.
offline
offline
Adjective
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Adjective
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In reference to a computing device or a program, unable to communicate with a primary
database or controlling computer.
offline
offline
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Noun
Abbreviated Form
A technology that uses multidimensional structures to provide rapid access to data for analysis. OLAP
The source data for OLAP is commonly stored in data warehouses in a relational database.
OLAP
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A technology that uses multidimensional structures to provide rapid access to data for analysis. online analytical
The source data for OLAP is commonly stored in data warehouses in a relational database.
processing
online analytical processing
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An object that supports the OLE protocol for object linking and embedding.
OLE-objekt
Noun
it
Singular
Adjective
Adjective
Full Form
Full Form
online
online
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In reference to one or more computers, connected to a network.
online
In reference to a user, currently connected to the Internet, an online service, or a BBS or using online
a modem to connect to another modem.
The software that controls the allocation and usage of hardware resources such as memory,
operating system
central processing unit (CPU) time, disk space, and peripheral devices. The operating system is
the foundation on which programs are built.
bestjoeringssysteem
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Verb
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Noun
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Noun
Full Form
Noun
UI String
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Full Form
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Noun
A category of objects that share a common set of characteristics. Each object in the directory is object class
an instance of one or more classes in the schema.
A technology for transferring and sharing information among applications.
OLE
A technology for transferring and sharing information among applications.
object linking and
embedding
OLE object
In mathematics, an action performed on a set of entities that produces a new entity. Examples
of mathematical operations are addition and subtraction.
A specific action carried out by a computer in the process of executing a program.
A sign or symbol that specifies the type of calculation to perform within an expression. There
are mathematical, comparison, logical, and reference operators.
To configure a device or application so that it performs better. For example, to fine-tune a
program so that it runs more quickly or takes up less space.
A standard Windows control that allows a user to select from a fixed set of mutually exclusive
choices.
operation
bewurking
Noun
de
Singular
operation
operator
bewurking
operator
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
optimize
optimalisearje
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option button
karrûntsje
Noun
it
Singular
A standard Windows control that allows a user to select from a fixed set of mutually exclusive
choices.
A menu choice in many applications that allows the user to specify how the program will act
each time it is used. For example, the user may be allowed to specify which view will be used
when opening a file, or the default location in which certain file types will be saved.
radio button
karrûntsje
Noun
it
Singular
Options
Opsjes
Noun
de
Plural
A number whose form indicates position in an ordered sequence of items, such as first, third, or
twentieth.
A diagram that is used to show hierarchical relationships; for example, company management
and employee structures.
A diagram that is used to show hierarchical relationships; for example, company management
and employee structures.
A folder that stores messages that have been created but not yet sent.
Worksheet data in which rows or columns of detail data are grouped so that you can create
summary reports. The outline can summarize either an entire worksheet or a selected portion of
it.
ordinal number
rangtelwurd
Noun
it
Singular
org chart
organogram
Noun
it
Singular
organization chart
organogram
Noun
it
Singular
outbox
outline
postbus ÚT
oersjoch
Noun
Noun
de
it
Singular
Singular
Full Form
The point at which one page ends and another begins.
page break
bledside-ein
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A keyboard key (often labeled "PgDn") that is often used to move the cursor down to the top of
the next page or a specific number of lines. Its function may vary in different programs.
PAGE DOWN key
PageDown-toets
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A keyboard key (often labeled "PgUp") that is often used to move the cursor up to the top of the PAGE UP key
previous page or a specific number of lines. Its function may vary in different programs.
PageUp-toets
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A portion of the document window bounded by and separated from other portions by vertical or pane
horizontal bars.
dielfinster
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A type of query that, when you run it, prompts for values (criteria) to use to select the records
for the result set so that the same query can be used to retrieve different result sets.
parameter query
parameterquery
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The quality of sameness or equivalence, in the case of computers usually referring to an errorchecking procedure in which the number of 1s must always be the same--either even or odd-for each group of bits transmitted without error.
parity
pariteit
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
To break input into smaller chunks so that a program can act upon the information.
parse
A section of space on a physical disk that functions as if it were a separate disk. Once you
partition
create partitions, format them, and assign a drive letter to them, they divide up the memory and
storage space on your computer. You can create partitions on your hard drive in order to install
more than one operating system. For example, you can install Windows 2000 on one partition
and Windows XP on another, so that you can have both operating systems on the same
computer.
parsearje
partysje
Verb
Noun
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Noun
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A section of space on a physical disk that functions as if it were a separate disk. Once you
disk partition
create partitions, format them, and assign a drive letter to them, they divide up the memory and
storage space on your computer. You can create partitions on your hard drive in order to install
more than one operating system. For example, you can install Windows 2000 on one partition
and Windows XP on another, so that you can have both operating systems on the same
computer.
skiifpartysje
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
paste
plakke
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
path
paad
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Verb
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
To insert text or a graphic that has been cut or copied from one document into a different
location in the same or a different document.
A route through a structured collection of information, as in a database, a program, or files
stored on disk.
An effect created by simple, repeating designs such as vertical or horizontal lines.
To stop the operation of a program or execution of a command temporarily.
A proposed protocol standard that supports authentication and encryption to secure privacy in
Internet communications. PCT is similar to the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol.
pattern
pause
PCT
patroan
ûnderbrekke
PCT
Noun
Verb
Noun
it
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Singular
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Noun
Full Form
A proposed protocol standard that supports authentication and encryption to secure privacy in
Internet communications. PCT is similar to the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol.
Private Communication Private Communication Technology
Technology
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
peer
peer
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
Any of the devices on a layered communications network that operate on the same protocol
level.
The % character.
A secret identification code similar to a password that is assigned to an authorized user. A PIN
is used in combination with an ATM card or smart card, for example, to unlock an authorized
functionality such as access to a bank account.
percent sign
PIN
prosintteken
pinkoade
Noun
Noun
it
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A secret identification code similar to a password that is assigned to an authorized user. A PIN
is used in combination with an ATM card or smart card, for example, to unlock an authorized
functionality such as access to a bank account.
personal identification
number
pinkoade
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A feature of x86-based servers that allows computers running Windows Server 2003, Enterprise PAE
Edition, and Windows Server 2003, Datacenter Edition, to support more than 4 gigabytes (GB)
of physical memory. Physical Address Extension (PAE) allows up to 64 GB of physical memory
to be used as regular 4-kilobyte (KB) pages and expands the number of bits that can be used
by the kernel to address physical memory from 32 to 36.
PAE
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
A feature of x86-based servers that allows computers running Windows Server 2003, Enterprise physical address
Edition, and Windows Server 2003, Datacenter Edition, to support more than 4 gigabytes (GB) extension
of physical memory. Physical Address Extension (PAE) allows up to 64 GB of physical memory
to be used as regular 4-kilobyte (KB) pages and expands the number of bits that can be used
by the kernel to address physical memory from 32 to 36.
physical address extension
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A type of graph that presents values as percentages (slices) of a whole.
A symbolic value used in place of a real value that is unknown or unavailable at the current
time, or that is not displayed for security reasons.
pie chart
placeholder
sirkeldiagram
tydlike oantsjutting
Noun
Noun
it
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
plain text
platte tekst
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A string of text that is displayed with one value for each text attribute: typeface, slant, and
weight.
Data in its unencrypted or decrypted form.
plaintext
net-kodearre tekst
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
cleartext
player
net-kodearre tekst
spiler
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Data in its unencrypted or decrypted form.
A client program or control that receives digital media content streamed from a server or played
from local files. Windows Media Player is an example of a player.
A list of digital media content.
An auxiliary software component that extends or enhances the features of other software.
playlist
plug-in
ôfspyllist
ynstekker
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
plus-minteken
punt
Noun
Noun
it
de
Singular
Singular
The ± character.
plus or minus sign
A unit of measure used in printing, equal to approximately 1/72 of an inch. Character height and point
the amount of space (leading) between lines of text are usually specified in points.
Noun
Full Form
An input device used to control an on-screen cursor for such actions as "pressing" on-screen
pointing device
buttons in dialog boxes, choosing menu items, and selecting ranges of cells in spreadsheets or
groups of words in a document.
oanwiisapparaat
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A set of industry-standard framing and authentication protocols that are included with Windows PPP
to ensure interoperability with other remote access software. PPP negotiates configuration
parameters for multiple layers of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model. The Internet
standard for serial communications, PPP defines how data packets are exchanged with other
Internet-based systems using a modem connection. PPP is documented in RFC 1661.
PPP
Noun
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Noun
Proper Noun
A set of industry-standard framing and authentication protocols that are included with Windows Point-to-Point Protocol
to ensure interoperability with other remote access software. PPP negotiates configuration
parameters for multiple layers of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model. The Internet
standard for serial communications, PPP defines how data packets are exchanged with other
Internet-based systems using a modem connection. PPP is documented in RFC 1661.
Point-to-Point Protocol
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A specification for connecting users on an Ethernet network to the Internet through a broadband PPPoE
connection, such as a single DSL line, wireless device, or cable modem. Using PPPoE and a
broadband modem, LAN users can gain individual authenticated access to high-speed data
networks. By combining Ethernet and Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), PPPoE provides an
efficient way to create a separate connection for each user to a remote server.
PPPoE
Noun
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Noun
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A specification for connecting users on an Ethernet network to the Internet through a broadband Point-to-Point Protocol
connection, such as a single DSL line, wireless device, or cable modem. Using PPPoE and a
over Ethernet
broadband modem, LAN users can gain individual authenticated access to high-speed data
networks. By combining Ethernet and Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), PPPoE provides an
efficient way to create a separate connection for each user to a remote server.
Point-to-Point Protocol oer Ethernet
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A hardware- or software-based interface used to transfer information between a computer and port
other devices. Hardware ports are physical connections that are visible on the outside of the
computer. Software ports are the numbered gateways in programs that software programs use
to exchange information.
poarte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Any computer designed to be moved easily.
portable computer
draachbere kompjûter
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
portrait orientation
steande rjochting
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
portrait
steand
Adjective
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Verb
Full Form
post
poste
Verb
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Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
An orientation where the long dimension of a rectangular area (for example, screen or paper) is
vertical.
An orientation where the long dimension of a rectangular area (for example, screen or paper) is
vertical.
To submit an article in a newsgroup or other online conference or forum. The term is derived
from the "posting" of a notice on a physical bulletin board.
An alphanumeric code assigned to all addresses in order to facilitate mail delivery.
The # character.
postal code
pound (key)
postkoade
stekje
Noun
Noun
de
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
number sign
primary key
stekje
primêre kaai
Noun
Noun
it
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The # character.
One or more fields that uniquely identify each record in a table. In the same way that a license
plate number identifies a car, the primary key uniquely identifies a record.
The button on your pointing device that you use most often for clicking and double-clicking.
primary mouse button
primêre mûsknop
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The button on your pointing device that you use most often for clicking and double-clicking.
left mouse button
lofter mûsknop
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
PRINT SCREEN key
PrintScrn-toets
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
printer
print device
privacy
printer
printer
privacy
Noun
Noun
Noun
de
de
de
Singular
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A key on IBM PC and compatible keyboards that normally causes the computer to send a
character-based “picture” of the screen contents to the printer.
A device that puts text or images on paper or other print media.
A device that puts text or images on paper or other print media.
The control customers have over the collection, use, and distribution of their personal
information.
A sequence of declarations and statements that are executed as a unit.
procedure
proseduere
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A sequence of 25 letters and numbers. During Windows installation, you must enter the product product key
key to activate Windows.
produktkoade
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A complete, self-contained set of instructions a computer follows and uses (like a recipe) to
perform specific tasks. For example, Microsoft Word is a word processing program, and Excel
is an accounting program.
program
programma
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A complete, self-contained set of instructions a computer follows and uses (like a recipe) to
perform specific tasks. For example, Microsoft Word is a word processing program, and Excel
is an accounting program.
application
tapassing
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A characteristic or parameter of an object or device.
property
eigenskip
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To configure settings to restrict access to or permissions for a file or specific elements within a
file.
protect
befeiligje
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
A standard set of formats and procedures that enable computers to exchange information.
protocol
protokol
Noun
it
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To make a form, view, device or other resource available over a network.
publish
publisearje
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
query
query
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A formalized instruction to a database to either return a set of records or perform a specified
action on a set of records as specified in the query.
The ? character, used as a punctuation mark or wildcard character.
A list of programs or tasks waiting for execution.
question mark
queue
fraachteken
wachtrige
Noun
Noun
it
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
The main internal storage area the computer uses to run programs and store data. Information
stored in RAM is temporary and is designed to clear when the computer is turned off.
RAM
RAM
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
The main internal storage area the computer uses to run programs and store data. Information
stored in RAM is temporary and is designed to clear when the computer is turned off.
random access memory random access memory
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Verb
Abbreviated Form
Full Form
Full Form
A semiconductor circuit that contains information that cannot be modified.
ROM
A semiconductor circuit that contains information that cannot be modified.
read-only memory
To restart a computer. You can reboot by clicking 'Start', clicking 'Shut Down', and then clicking reboot
'Restart' (called a warm boot), or by turning the computer off and then back on (called a cold
boot).
ROM
read-only memory
op 'e nij starte
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Noun
Verb
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Verb
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To restart a computer. You can reboot by clicking 'Start', clicking 'Shut Down', and then clicking restart
'Restart' (called a warm boot), or by turning the computer off and then back on (called a cold
boot).
op 'e nij starte
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
record
record
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
row
rige
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Recycle Bin
jiskefet
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
RGB
RGB
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
red-green-blue
read-grien-blau
Noun
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Verb
Full Form
A group of related fields (columns) of information treated as a unit and arranged in a horizontal
line in a table or spreadsheet.
A group of related fields (columns) of information treated as a unit and arranged in a horizontal
line in a table or spreadsheet.
The place in which Windows stores deleted files. You can retrieve files you deleted in error, or
you can empty the Recycle Bin to create more disk space.
A color model that describes color information in terms of the red (R), green (G), and blue (B)
intensities that make up the color.
A color model that describes color information in terms of the red (R), green (G), and blue (B)
intensities that make up the color.
To update displayed information with current data.
refresh
fernije
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
A database repository for information about a computer's configuration. The registry contains
registry
information that Windows continually references during operation, such as: profiles for each
user; the programs installed on the computer and the types of documents that each can create;
property settings for folders and program icons; what hardware exists on the system; which
ports are being used. The registry is organized hierarchically as a tree, and it is made up of
keys and their subkeys, hives, and entries.
register
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The likelihood of a computer system or device continuing to function over a given period of time reliability
and under specified conditions.
betrouberheid
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Part of the integrated Routing and Remote Access service that provides remote networking for remote access
telecommuters, mobile workers, and system administrators who monitor and manage servers at
multiple branch offices. Users can use Network Connections to dial in to remotely access their
networks for services such as file and printer sharing, electronic mail, scheduling, and SQL
database access.
eksterne tagong
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The creation of an image containing geometric models, using color and shading to give the
rendering
image a realistic look. Usually part of a geometric modeling package such as a CAD program,
rendering uses mathematics to describe the location of a light source in relation to the object
and to calculate the way in which the light would create highlights, shading, and variations in
color. Realism can range from opaque, shaded polygons to images approximating photographs
in their complexity.
rendering
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The process of copying updated data from a data store or file system on a source computer to a replication
matching data store or file system on one or more destination computers to synchronize the
data.
replikaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Verb
Full Form
Verb
Full Form
A measure of the fineness of detail in an image or text, usually as produced by a monitor or
printer.
Generally, any part of a computer system or network, such as a disk drive, printer, or memory,
that can be allotted to a running program or a process.
To copy files from a backup storage device to their normal location, especially if the files are
being copied to replace files that were accidentally lost or deleted.
To align text along the right margin.
resolution
resolúsje
Noun
de
Singular
resource
boarne
Noun
de
Singular
restore
weromsette
Verb
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right align
rjochterkant rjochtsje
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
weromdraai-aksje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
haaddirectory
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The top-level directory (or folder) on a computer, partition or volume, or Macintosh-accessible
volume.
root folder
haadmap
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A device that sends, or routes, information between two networks (for example, between a
home network and the Internet).
The horizontal arrangement of cells in a table or spreadsheet.
To write data (typically a file) to a storage medium.
To enlarge or reduce the display of an item, such as a drawing or a proportional character font,
by adjusting its size proportionally.
In facsimile and other optical technologies, to move a light-sensitive device across an imagebearing surface such as a page of text, converting the light and dark areas on the surface to
binary digits that can be interpreted by a computer.
router
router
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Verb
Verb
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
row
save
scale
rige
bewarje
skaal oanpasse
Noun
Verb
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de
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Singular
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scan
skenne
Verb
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Noun
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An optical input device that uses light-sensing equipment to capture an image on paper or
some other object. Captured image data is converted into binary files that can be stored and
manipulated by computer programs.
scanner
skanner
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The set of definitions for the universe of objects that can be stored in a directory. For each
object class, the schema defines which attributes an instance of the class must have, which
additional attributes it can have, and which other object classes can be its parent object class.
schema
skema
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
screen
SCROLL LOCK key
byldskerm
Scroll-Lock-toets
Noun
Noun
it
de
Singular
Singular
Verb
Full Form
The graphic portion of a visual output device.
A keyboard key that controls the effect of the cursor control keys and sometimes prevents the
screen from scrolling.
To move a document or other data in a window in order to view a particular portion of it.
Scrolling may be controlled by the mouse, arrow keys, or other keys on the keyboard.
scroll
skowe
Verb
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Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A standard Windows control that supports scrolling.
scroll bar
A component of a scroll bar that indicates the relative position (and optionally the proportion) of scroll box
the visible information relative to the entire amount of information. The user can drag the scroll
box to view areas of information not currently visible.
skobalke
skoblok
Noun
Noun
de
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The process of seeking a particular file or specific data. A search is carried out by a program
through comparison or calculation to determine whether a match to some pattern exists or
whether some other criteria have been met.
sykaksje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A program that searches for key words in documents, databases, Internet content or other files. search engine
sykmasine
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The button on your pointing device that you use to display shortcut menus or other programspecific features.
right mouse button
rjochter mûsknop
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
security
befeiliging
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
On a network, protection of a computer system and its data from harm or loss, implemented
especially so that only authorized users can gain access to shared files.
A data structure of variable length that identifies user, group, and computer accounts.
SID
SID
Noun
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Noun
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A data structure of variable length that identifies user, group, and computer accounts.
security ID
befeiligings-id
Noun
de
Singular
A return to a previous stable condition, as when the contents of a hard disk are restored from a rollback
backup after a destructive hard disk error.
The top-level directory (or folder) on a computer, partition or volume, or Macintosh-accessible
root directory
volume.
search
Noun
Full Form
A data structure of variable length that identifies user, group, and computer accounts.
security identifier
befeiligings-id
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To mark text, cells, and similar items that will be subject to a user action, such as copying text.
select
selektearje
Verb
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Verb
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
ferstjoere
searjenûmer
Verb
Noun
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it
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Singular
Noun
Full Form
To transmit a message or file through a communications channel.
send
An number assigned to a specific inventory item to identify it and differentiate it from similar
serial number
items with the same item number.
A program, routine, or process that performs a specific system function to support other
service
programs, particularly at a low (close to the hardware) level. When services are provided over a
network, they can be published in Active Directory, facilitating service-centric administration and
usage. Some examples of services are the Security Accounts Manager service, File Replication
service, and Routing and Remote Access service.
service
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A configuration element that controls the behavior of applications or the run-time environment.
setting
ynstelling
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
shade
skaad
Noun
it
Singular
Verb
Full Form
A color variation produced by mixing black with a pure color. A 10-percent shade is one part of
the original color and nine parts black.
To make resources, such as folders and printers, available to others.
share
diele
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
shared folder
dielde map
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A folder on another computer that has been made available for other people to use on the
network.
The command interpreter that is used to pass commands to the operating system.
A keyboard key that, when pressed in combination with another key, gives that key an
alternative meaning, for example, producing an uppercase character when a letter key is
pressed. The SHIFT key is also used in various key combinations to create nonstandard
characters or to perform special operations.
shell
SHIFT key
shell
Shift-toets
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
An icon that serves as a link to a file, program, or location.
Any combination of keys that must be pressed simultaneously.
shortcut
shortcut key
fluchkeppeling
toetsekombinaasje
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Any combination of keys that must be pressed simultaneously.
key combination
toetsekombinaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To close the operating system in an orderly fashion.
shut down
ôfslute
Verb
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Noun
Verb
Full Form
Full Form
The process of quitting all programs before closing the operating system.
To create a user session for an Internet account. You sign in to a Microsoft .NET Passport
account, an Internet service provider account, or an XML Web service.
shutdown
sign in
ôfslute
oanmelde
Verb
Verb
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Verb
Full Form
To end a user session for an Internet account. You sign out of a Microsoft .NET Passport
account, an Internet service provider account, or an XML Web service.
sign out
ôfmelde
Verb
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Noun
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
One mouse click (usually with the left mouse button).
A handle that supports sizing an object.
A power management mode that shuts down all unnecessary computer operations to save
energy after it has received no input or other activity for a specified period of time.
single click
sizing handle
sleep
inkeldklik
formaatgreep
sliepstân
Noun
Noun
Noun
de
de
de
Singular
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A power management mode that shuts down all unnecessary computer operations to save
energy after it has received no input or other activity for a specified period of time.
sleep mode
sliepstân
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A standard Windows control that displays and sets a value from a continuous range of possible slider
values, such as brightness or volume.
skoknop
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A font effect in which lowercase text appears as capital letters in a reduced font size.
small caps
lyts kapitaal
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A credit card–sized device with an embedded microprocessor and a small amount of storage
that is used, with an access code, to enable certificate-based authentication. Smart cards
securely store certificates, public and private keys, passwords, and other types of personal
information.
smart card
smartcard
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
sort
sortearje
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
To organize information, such as a list of files, in a particular order. For example, a list of files
can be sorted alphabetically by name in ascending or descending order.
Hardware that enables sounds to be recorded, played back, and heard on a computer.
sound card
lûdskaart
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A disk, file, document, or other collection of information from which data is taken or moved.
source
boarne
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A disk, file, document, or other collection of information from which data is taken or moved.
data source
databoarne
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
spaasjebalke
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A long key occupying much of the bottom row of most keyboards that sends a space character SPACEBAR
to the computer.
The ability to interpret spoken words and convert them into computer-readable text. Speech
speech recognition
recognition programs allow you to enter text by speaking into a microphone, rather than using a
keyboard.
spraakwerkenning
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The ability to interpret spoken words and convert them into computer-readable text. Speech
voice recognition
recognition programs allow you to enter text by speaking into a microphone, rather than using a
keyboard.
spraakwerkenning
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
split bar
splitsbalke
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
split box
splitsfek
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A division between window panes in a split window; the split bar visually separates window
panes.
A special control added to a window, typically adjacent to the scroll bar, that allows a user to
split a window or adjust a window split.
An application commonly used for budgets, forecasting, and other finance-related tasks that
organizes data values using cells, where the relationships between cells are defined by
formulas. A change to one cell produces changes to related cells. Spreadsheet programs
usually provide graphing capabilities for output and a variety of formatting options for text,
numeric values, and graph features.
spreadsheet
rekkenblêd
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An application commonly used for budgets, forecasting, and other finance-related tasks that
organizes data values using cells, where the relationships between cells are defined by
formulas. A change to one cell produces changes to related cells. Spreadsheet programs
usually provide graphing capabilities for output and a variety of formatting options for text,
numeric values, and graph features.
spreadsheet program
rekkenblêdprogramma
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A database query and programming language widely used for accessing, querying, updating,
and managing data in relational database systems.
SQL
SQL
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
A database query and programming language widely used for accessing, querying, updating,
and managing data in relational database systems.
Structured Query Language
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
standertdeviaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Structured Query
Language
A statistical measure of the amount by which a set of values differs from the arithmetical mean, standard deviation
equal to the square root of the mean of the differences' squares.
A state in which your computer consumes less power when it is idle, but remains available for
immediate use. While your computer is on standby, information in computer memory is not
saved on your hard disk. If there is an interruption in power, the information in memory is lost.
standby
yn wachtstân
Adjective
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Adjective
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
The process of starting or resetting a computer.
startup
opstarte
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
The condition at a particular time of any of numerous elements of computing--a device, a
communications channel, a network station, a program, a bit, or other element--used to report
on or to control computer operations.
status
status
Noun
de
Singular
Adjective
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
In information processing, fixed or predetermined.
A horizontal window at the bottom of a parent window in which an application can display
various kinds of status information. The status bar can be divided into parts to display more
than one type of information.
static
status bar
statysk
statusbalke
Adjective
Noun
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Verb
Full Form
To halt a process or action, typically without restoring the prior state.
stop
ophâlde
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
A precompiled collection of SQL statements and optional control-of-flow statements stored
under a name and processed as a unit. They are stored in an SQL database and can be run
with one call from an application.
stored procedure
bewarre proseduere
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Digital media that is in the process of being delivered in a continuous flow across a network.
stream
datastream
Noun
de
Singular
Adjective
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Pertaining to a formatting style in which characters are crossed out by horizontal line.
A group of characters or character bytes handled as a single entity. Computer programs use
strings to store and transmit data and commands. Most programming languages consider
strings (such as 2674:gstmn) as distinct from numeric values (such as 470924).
strikethrough
string
trochhelle
tekenrige
Adjective
Noun
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de
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Singular
Noun
Full Form
style sheet
opmaakmodel
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
subentry
subyngong
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A text file containing code to apply semantics such as page layout specifications to published
content.
An index entry that falls under a more general heading. For example, the index entry "planets"
could have the subentries "Mars" and "Venus."
Assistance, such as technical advice provided to customers.
support
stipe
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Sync Manager
Syngronisaasjebehear
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A tool used to ensure that a file or directory on a client computer contains the same data as a
matching file or directory on a server.
A tool used to ensure that a file or directory on a client computer contains the same data as a
matching file or directory on a server.
synchronization
manager
syngronisaasjebehear
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A tool used to ensure that a file or directory on a client computer contains the same data as a
matching file or directory on a server.
Synchronization
Manager
Syngronisaasjebehear
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
synonym
synonym
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A word with the same meaning as another in the same language but often with different
implications and associations.
The order in which a command must be typed, and the elements that follow the command.
syntax
syntaksis
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An error in the grammatical structure of the code or expression.
syntax error
syntaksisflater
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A set of items or devices working together to accomplish a task.
system
systeem
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
The person responsible for administering use of a multiuser computer system, communications sysadmin
system, or both. A system administrator performs such duties as assigning user accounts and
passwords, establishing security access levels, allocating storage space, and watching for
unauthorized access.
systeembehearder
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The person responsible for administering use of a multiuser computer system, communications system administrator
system, or both. A system administrator performs such duties as assigning user accounts and
passwords, establishing security access levels, allocating storage space, and watching for
unauthorized access.
systeembehearder
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The person responsible for administering use of a multiuser computer system, communications administrator
system, or both. A system administrator performs such duties as assigning user accounts and
passwords, establishing security access levels, allocating storage space, and watching for
unauthorized access.
behearder
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A Regional and Language Options setting that specifies the default code pages and associated Language for nonbitmap font files for a specific computer that affects all of that computer's users. The default
Unicode programs
code pages and fonts enable a non-Unicode application written for one operating system
language version to run correctly on another operating system language version.
taal foar net-Unicode programma's
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A menu that contains commands you can use to manipulate a window or close a program. You control menu
click the program icon at the left of the title bar to open this menu. The context menu of a
window replaces this menu.
systeemmenu
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
tab character
tabteken
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A character used to align lines and columns on screen and in print. A tab is a single character
and therefore can be added, deleted, or overtyped with a single keystroke.
A standard Windows control that looks similar to a notebook or file divider and provides
navigation between different pages or sections of information in a window.
tab control
tabcontrol
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A standard Windows control that looks similar to a notebook or file divider and provides
navigation between different pages or sections of information in a window.
tab
tab
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A keyboard key, often labeled with both a left-pointing and a right-pointing arrow, that
TAB key
traditionally (as in word processing) is used to insert tab characters into a document. In other
applications, such as menu-driven programs, the TAB key is often used to move the on-screen
highlight from place to place.
Tab-toets
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A database object that stores data in records (rows) and fields (columns). The data is usually
about a particular category of things, such as employees or orders.
table
tabel
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To touch an item once with the tablet pen and then lift the pen quickly.
tap
tikje
Verb
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Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A list of tasks that appears in the Tasks folder and in the TaskPad in Calendar.
task list
The bar that contains the 'Start' button and appears by default at the bottom of the desktop. You taskbar
can click the taskbar buttons to switch between programs. You can also hide the taskbar, move
it to the sides or top of the desktop, and customize it in other ways.
taaklist
taakbalke
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A button that represents an item or program that is open and running on your computer. For
example, if you open Microsoft Word, and then minimize it, it will be displayed as a taskbar
button, which you can then click when you want to maximize it.
taakbalkeknop
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A set of networking protocols widely used on the Internet that provides communications across TCP/IP
interconnected networks of computers with diverse hardware architectures and various
operating systems. TCP/IP includes standards for how computers communicate and
conventions for connecting networks and routing traffic.
TCP/IP
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
A set of networking protocols widely used on the Internet that provides communications across Transmission Control
interconnected networks of computers with diverse hardware architectures and various
Protocol/Internet
operating systems. TCP/IP includes standards for how computers communicate and
Protocol
conventions for connecting networks and routing traffic.
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet
Protocol
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A file that contains some pre-defined formatting, layout, and/or text and graphics and that
serves as the basis for new documents with a similar look or purpose.
template
sjabloan
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A measurement used for high-capacity data storage. One terabyte equals 240, or
1,099,511,627,776, bytes, although it is commonly interpreted as simply one trillion bytes.
TB
TB
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
A measurement used for high-capacity data storage. One terabyte equals 240, or
1,099,511,627,776, bytes, although it is commonly interpreted as simply one trillion bytes.
terabyte
terabyte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
The area within a shape that can contain text.
A device that enables the transmission of typed messages over phone lines. These devices
typically include keyboards for typing messages to send and display and/or printers to receive
messages from one device to another.
text frame
TDD
tekstramt
TDD
Noun
Noun
it
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Singular
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Noun
Full Form
A device that enables the transmission of typed messages over phone lines. These devices
typically include keyboards for typing messages to send and display and/or printers to receive
messages from one device to another.
text telephone
teksttelefoan
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A device that enables the transmission of typed messages over phone lines. These devices
typically include keyboards for typing messages to send and display and/or printers to receive
messages from one device to another.
telephone device for the teksttelefoan
deaf
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Product/Technology NaA device that enables the transmission of typed messages over phone lines. These devices
typically include keyboards for typing messages to send and display and/or printers to receive
messages from one device to another.
Microsoft text telephone Microsoft-teksttelefoan
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A feature that consists of advanced text wrap functionality, allowing the user to select from
various styles to specify how text flows around objects or graphics in a document.
text wrapping
tekstrigeloanpasser
Noun
de
Singular
Adjective
Abbreviated Form
Pertaining to technologies for converting textual (ASCII) information into synthetic speech
output. Used in voice-processing applications requiring production of broad, unrelated, and
unpredictable vocabularies, such as products in a catalog or names and addresses. This
technology is appropriate when system design constraints prevent the more efficient use of
speech concatenation alone.
TTS
TTS
Noun
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Adjective
Full Form
Pertaining to technologies for converting textual (ASCII) information into synthetic speech
output. Used in voice-processing applications requiring production of broad, unrelated, and
unpredictable vocabularies, such as products in a catalog or names and addresses. This
technology is appropriate when system design constraints prevent the more efficient use of
speech concatenation alone.
text-to-speech
tekst-nei-spraak
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A set of visual elements that provide a unified look for your computer desktop. A theme
determines the look of the various graphic elements of your desktop, such as the windows,
icons, fonts, colors, and the background and screen saver pictures.
theme
tema
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A type of object within a process that runs program instructions. Using multiple threads allows thread
concurrent operations within a process and enables one process to run different parts of its
program on different processors simultaneously. A thread has its own set of registers, its own
kernel stack, a thread environment block, and a user stack in the address space of its process.
thread
Noun
de
Singular
taskbar button
thread
diskusjetried
Noun
de
Singular
Abbreviated Form
In e-mail and Internet newsgroup conversations, a series of messages and replies that are all
related to a specific topic.
Existing in reference to three measures.
3-D
3-D
Adjective
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Adjective
Full Form
Existing in reference to three measures.
three-dimensional
trijediminsjonaal
Adjective
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Noun
Full Form
A miniature version of an image that is often used for quick browsing through multiple images.
thumbnail
miniatuer
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A certification specifying that a particular message existed at a specific time and date. In a
time stamp
digital context, trusted third parties generate a trusted time stamp for a particular message by
having a time stamping service append a time value to a message and then digitally signing the
result.
tiidstimpel
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A color mixed with white. A 10-percent tint is one part of the original color and nine parts white. tint
tint
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A type of note that helps users apply the techniques and procedures described in the text to
their specific needs. A tip suggests alternative methods that may not be obvious and helps
users understand the benefits and capabilities of the product. A tip is not essential to the basic
understanding of the text.
tip
tip
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The horizontal bar at the top of a window that displays the name of the window. Title bars can
contain different buttons, such the Minimize, Maximize, and Close buttons, so that you can
control how you want to view the window.
title bar
titelbalke
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
toggle key
wikseltoets
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
toolbar button
topology
arkbalkeknop
topology
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
replication topology
replikaasjetopology
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Verb
Verb
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
A keyboard key that alternates between turning a particular operation, function, or mode on or
off.
A command button used in a toolbar (or status bar).
In Active Directory replication, the set of connections that domain controllers use to replicate
information among themselves.
In Active Directory replication, the set of connections that domain controllers use to replicate
information among themselves.
An individual song or other discrete piece of audio content.
To follow the flow of information; to monitor progress.
To move data from one location to another.
The sending of information over a communications line or a circuit.
A data structure containing zero or more nodes that are linked together in a hierarchy. If any
nodes are present, one node is the root; each node except the root is the child of one and only
one other node, and each node has zero or more nodes as children.
track
track
transfer
transmission
tree
nûmer
byhâlde
oerbringe
ferstjoeren
struktuer
Noun
Verb
Verb
Noun
Noun
it
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it
de
Singular
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Singular
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Existing in reference to two measures, such as height and width--for example, a two2-D
dimensional model drawn with reference to an x-axis and a y-axis, or a two-dimensional array of
numbers placed in rows and columns.
2-D
Adjective
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Adjective
Full Form
Existing in reference to two measures, such as height and width--for example, a twotwo-dimensional
dimensional model drawn with reference to an x-axis and a y-axis, or a two-dimensional array of
numbers placed in rows and columns.
twadiminsjonaal
Adjective
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Noun
Full Form
The _ character.
ûnderstrekingsteken
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A character encoding standard developed by the Unicode Consortium that represents almost all Unicode
of the written languages of the world. The Unicode character repertoire has multiple
representation forms, including UTF-8, UTF-16, and UTF-32. Most Windows interfaces use the
UTF-16 form.
Unicode
Noun
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Verb
Full Form
ynstallaasje opheffe
Verb
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Verb
Full Form
fuortsmite
Verb
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Noun
Abbreviated Form
When referring to a device, to remove the corresponding device drivers from the hard disk and uninstall
physically remove the device from the computer.
When referring to software, to remove program files and folders from the hard disk and remove uninstall
related data from the registry so the software is no longer available.
A group of related Web pages that is hosted by an HTTP server on the World Wide Web. The site
pages in a Web site generally cover one or more topics and are interconnected through
hyperlinks.
webstee
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A group of related Web pages that is hosted by an HTTP server on the World Wide Web. The
pages in a Web site generally cover one or more topics and are interconnected through
hyperlinks.
Web site
webstee
Noun
it
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To change an existing row of data in the data store or to transmit pending changes to the data
store.
update
bywurkje
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Noun
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Of, pertaining to, or characterized by capital letters.
Settings that define customization preferences for a particular user, such as desktop settings,
persistent network connections, personally identifiable information (PII), website use, or other
behaviors and demographics data.
uppercase
user profile
yn haadletters
brûkersprofyl
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A person who uses a computer. If the computer is connected to a network, a user can access
the programs and files on the computer, as well as programs and files located on the network
(depending on account restrictions determined by the network administrator).
user
brûker
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Adjective
underscore
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Tasks that a user is permitted to perform on a computer system or domain. There are two types rights
of user rights on a Windows-based computer: privileges and logon rights. An example of a
privilege is the right to shut down the system. An example of a logon right is the right to log on
to a computer interactively. Both types are assigned by administrators to individual users or
groups as part of the security settings for the computer.
rjochten
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
Full Form
Tasks that a user is permitted to perform on a computer system or domain. There are two types user rights
of user rights on a Windows-based computer: privileges and logon rights. An example of a
privilege is the right to shut down the system. An example of a logon right is the right to log on
to a computer interactively. Both types are assigned by administrators to individual users or
groups as part of the security settings for the computer.
brûkersrjochten
Noun
de
Plural
Adjective
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Easy to learn and easy to use.
A property that defines valid input values for a field or record in a table, or a control on a form.
user-friendly
validation rule
brûkersfreonlik
falidaasjeregel
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A quantity assigned to an element such as a variable, symbol, or label.
A particular issue or release of a hardware product or software title.
value
version
wearde
ferzje
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Verb
Noun
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A particular issue or release of a hardware product or software title.
The consistent vertical positioning of text, graphics, and other objects.
The | character.
The | character.
To cause an application to display information on a computer screen.
A list of selected fields that are related to one record type. The fields to be displayed are
defined by a query that includes filters to limit the data displayed.
edition
vertical alignment
vertical bar
pipe
view
view
ferzje
fertikaal rjochtsjen
steand streekje
steand streekje
werjaan
werjefte
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Verb
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it
it
it
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Singular
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Noun
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The display of data or an image from a given perspective or location.
view
werjefte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
The / character.
slash
slash
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The / character.
forward slash
slash
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The / character.
slash mark
slashteken
Noun
it
Singular
Adjective
Full Form
Of or pertaining to a device or service that appears to the user as something it actually is not or virtual
that does not physically exist.
firtueel
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In a virtual memory system, the address the application uses to reference memory. The kernel virtual address
and the memory management unit (MMU) translate this address into a physical address before
the memory is actually read or written.
firtueel adres
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
virus protection
virus signature
firusbefeiliging
firushantekening
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
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A series of measures to protect a machine from being infected by a virus.
A portion of unique computer code contained in a virus. Antivirus programs search for known
virus signatures to identify infected programs and files.
A property of a replica that indicates which members of the replica set it can synchronize with
and which conflict resolution rules apply. Replicas fall into three visibility types: global, local,
and anonymous.
visibility
sichtberheid
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
The loudness of an audio signal.
A storage area on a hard disk that is formatted with a file system. Volumes have drive letters
assigned to them. A single hard disk can have multiple volumes. Some volumes can span
multiple hard disks.
volume
volume
lûdsterkte
folume
Noun
Noun
de
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
The total set of interlinked hypertext documents residing on HTTP servers all around the world. W3
W3
Noun
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Noun
Abbreviated Form
The total set of interlinked hypertext documents residing on HTTP servers all around the world. WWW
WWW
Noun
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Noun
Abbreviated Form
The total set of interlinked hypertext documents residing on HTTP servers all around the world. web
web
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The total set of interlinked hypertext documents residing on HTTP servers all around the world. World Wide Web
World Wide Web
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
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The total set of interlinked hypertext documents residing on HTTP servers all around the world. Web
Web
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Noun
Noun
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Noun
Abbreviated Form
In a graphical user interface such as Windows, a pattern or picture in the screen background
that can be chosen by the user.
The restarting of a running computer without first turning off the power.
The restarting of a running computer without first turning off the power.
The restarting of a running computer without first turning off the power.
The restarting of a running computer without first turning off the power.
An image that appears as the background to a document. Generally faded and transparent, so
that text can be clearly read over it.
A software program used to locate and display Web pages. Some browsers also allow users to
send and receive e-mail, read newsgroups, and play sound or video files.
wallpaper
eftergrûn
Noun
de
Singular
warm boot
warm start
soft restart
soft reboot
watermark
waarm opstarte
waarm opstarte
waarm opstarte
waarm opstarte
wettermerk
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it
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browser
sneuper
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A software program used to locate and display Web pages. Some browsers also allow users to Web browser
send and receive e-mail, read newsgroups, and play sound or video files.
websneuper
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
The last line of a paragraph printed by itself at the top of a page.
widow
A keyboard character that can be used to represent one or many characters when conducting a wildcard character
query. The question mark (?) represents a single character, and the asterisk (*) represents one
or more characters.
huorrekyn
jokerteken
Noun
Noun
it
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A keyboard character that can be used to represent one or many characters when conducting a wildcard
query. The question mark (?) represents a single character, and the asterisk (*) represents one
or more characters.
jokerteken
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A keyboard character that can be used to represent one or many characters when conducting a pattern-matching
query. The question mark (?) represents a single character, and the asterisk (*) represents one character
or more characters.
jokerteken
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A viewing area on a computer screen where programs and processes are displayed. For
example, if you open Microsoft Word, Outlook, and a digital picture, each runs and appears in
its own window. You can close, resize, or move each window independently, and you can
minimize the window to a button on the taskbar.
window
finster
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A utility in Windows 9x that enables the user to locate and open files and folders.
Windows Explorer
Windows Sneuper
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An operating system service that enables the operating system to manage the installation
process. Windows Installer technologies are divided into two parts that work in combination: a
clientside installer service (Msiexec.exe) and a package (.msi) file. Windows Installer uses the
information contained within a package file to install the application.
Windows Installer
Windows Installer
Noun
de
Singular
Adjective
Full Form
triedleas
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Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of communications that take place without the use of
wireless
interconnecting wires or cables, such as by radio, microwave, or infrared.
A local area network (LAN) that sends and receives data via radio, infrared optical signaling, or wireless LAN
some other technology that does not require a physical connection between individual nodes
and the hub. Wireless LANs are often used in office or factory settings where a user must carry
a portable computer from place to place.
triedleas LAN
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
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Noun
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Noun
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An interactive help utility that walks you through each step of a particular task.
A feature that calculates and displays the number of words, characters, lines, pages and
paragraphs in a document.
The act of entering and editing text with a word processor.
An application for creating and manipulating text-based documents.
The ability of a word-processing program or a text-editing program to break lines of text
automatically to stay within the page margins or window boundaries of a document without the
user having to do so with carriage returns, as is typically necessary on a typewriter.
wizard
Word Count
helper
wurdteller
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
word processing
word processor
word wrap
tekstferwurkjen
tekstferwurker
rigelôfbrekker
Noun
Noun
Noun
it
de
de
Singular
Singular
Singular
The ability of a word-processing program or a text-editing program to break lines of text
automatically to stay within the page margins or window boundaries of a document without the
user having to do so with carriage returns, as is typically necessary on a typewriter.
wordwrap
rigelôfbrekker
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The ability of a word-processing program or a text-editing program to break lines of text
automatically to stay within the page margins or window boundaries of a document without the
user having to do so with carriage returns, as is typically necessary on a typewriter.
line wrap
rigelôfbrekker
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The ability of a word-processing program or a text-editing program to break lines of text
automatically to stay within the page margins or window boundaries of a document without the
user having to do so with carriage returns, as is typically necessary on a typewriter.
text wrap
rigelôfbrekker
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
WordArt
WordArt
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workbook
workgroup
wurkmap
wurkgroep
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
peer-to-peer network
peer-to-peer-netwurk
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Text objects you create with ready-made effects to which you can apply additional formatting
options.
In a spreadsheet program, a file containing one or more related worksheets.
A group of computers that are connected on a network and share resources, such as printers
and files.
A group of computers that are connected on a network and share resources, such as printers
and files.
The primary document that you use in Excel to store and work with data. A worksheet consists
of cells that are organized into columns and rows; a worksheet is always stored in a workbook.
worksheet
wurkblêd
Noun
it
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To transfer information either to a storage device, such as a disk, or to an output device, such
as the monitor or a printer. Writing is the means by which a computer provides the results of
processing. A computer can also be said to write to the screen when it displays information on
the monitor.
write
skriuwe
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
A privilege on a computer system that allows a user to save, change, or delete stored data.
Write access is usually set by the system administrator for a networked or server system and
by the owner of the computer for a stand-alone machine.
write access
skriuwtagong
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To prevent the writing (recording) of information, usually on a disk.
write-protect
foar skriuwen befeiligje
Verb
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Adjective
Full Form
Pertaining to a disk to which content cannot be recorded.
write-protected
foar skriuwen befeilige
Adjective
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Verb
Full Form
To enlarge a selected portion of a graphical image or document to fill a window or the screen.
zoom
ynzoome
Verb
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Verb
Full Form
To enlarge a selected portion of a graphical image or document to fill a window or the screen.
zoom in
ynzoome
Verb
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Verb
Full Form
Verb
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Noun
Abbreviated Form
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To adjust the perspective of an image or document in order to view a larger area on the screen zoom out
útzoome
at one time, as if viewed from farther away.
A Microsoft Windows multimedia file format for sound and videos that uses the Microsoft
AVI
AVI
Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF) specification.
A Microsoft Windows multimedia file format for sound and videos that uses the Microsoft
Audio Video Interleaved Audio Video Interleaved
Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF) specification.
Noun
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A transmission medium designed for high-speed data transfers over long distances. Cable
modem services and Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) are examples of broadband networks.
broadband
breedbân
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A transmission medium designed for high-speed data transfers over long distances. Cable
modem services and Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) are examples of broadband networks.
broadband network
breedbânnetwurk
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
chapter
haadstik
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
CD-R
cd-r
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
In a DVD, a portion of a title, such as a scene or sequence. A title can contain one or more
chapters.
A type of CD on which files can be copied, but not erased or replaced. A type of CD-ROM that
can be written on a CD recorder and read on a CD-ROM drive.
A type of CD on which files can be copied, but not erased or replaced. A type of CD-ROM that
can be written on a CD recorder and read on a CD-ROM drive.
cd-recordable
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A type of CD on which files can be copied, erased, and replaced. Also, the technology,
equipment, software, and media used in the production of multiple-write CDs.
compact discrecordable
CD-RW
cd-rw
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
A type of CD on which files can be copied, erased, and replaced. Also, the technology,
equipment, software, and media used in the production of multiple-write CDs.
compact disc-rewritable cd-rewritable
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
8-bit color
8-bits kleuren
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
Full Form
A display setting that holds up to 256 specific color entries. Any color palette attached to a
picture is by definition an 8-bit palette.
A hyperlink to the exact location of a file on a file server, the World Wide Web, or a company
intranet. Absolute links use an exact path; if you move the file containing the hyperlink or a
hyperlink destination, the link breaks.
absolute link
absolute keppeling
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
absolute pleatsing
Noun
de
Singular
Places the element relative to either the element's parent or, if there isn't one, the body. Values absolute positioning
for the element's Left and Top properties are relative to the upper-left corner of the element's
parent.
Noun
Full Form
Places the element relative to either the element's parent or, if there isn't one, the body. Values fixed positioning
for the element's Left and Top properties are relative to the upper-left corner of the element's
parent.
absolute pleatsing
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Utilities that make computers easier to use for people with disabilities. Examples of accessibility accessibility aids
aids include screen readers, speech recognition programs, and on-screen keyboards.
tagonklikheidsfunksjes
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
Full Form
action argument
aksje-argumint
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
action row
aksjerige
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
activate
aktivearje
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
Additional information required by some macro actions - for example, the object affected by the
action or special conditions under which the action is carried out.
A row in the upper part of the Macro window in which you enter macro names, actions,
conditions, and comments associated with a particular macro or macro group.
To make a chart sheet or worksheet the active, or selected, sheet. The sheet that you activate
determines which menu bar and toolbars are displayed.
Used by Web browsers to display text during image downloads for users who have graphics
turned off, and for users who rely on screen-reading software to convert graphics on the screen
to spoken words.
alternative text
ferfangende tekst
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
ancestor
boppelizzend elemint
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
ancestor element
boppelizzend elemint
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
In a tree structure, the element of which a given element is a child. Equivalent to a parent
element.
In a tree structure, the element of which a given element is a child. Equivalent to a parent
element.
A task that has been sent to someone as a task request in an e-mail message. When you
assign a task, you give up ownership of it (unless the assignee declines it). The assigner can
receive status reports for the task.
assigned task
tawiisde taak
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A database on a server that matches user names to passwords.
authentication database ferifikaasjedatabase
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Auto-argivearring
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A feature which automatically and periodically removes items to another folder, or deletes them, AutoArchive
based on the amount of time they have been in the folder.
The underlying or original style on which other styles in a document are dependent. When you base style
change a formatting element of the base style in a document, all other styles that originate from
the base style will also reflect the change.
basisopmaakprofyl
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A three-dimensional edge effect that is applied to the border of an object.
The text that forms the major content of a publication. Does not include titles, headlines, pull
quotes, and captions, for example.
bevel
body text
skeane râne
haadtekst
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
In a shared file, information that is maintained about changes made in past editing sessions.
The information includes the name of the person who made each change, when the change
was made, and what data was changed.
change history
wizigingsoersjoch
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
The entire chart and all its elements.
In a tree structure, an element that is contained by a parent element. A subordinate element.
chart area
child element
grafykgebiet
ûnderlizzend elemint
Noun
Noun
it
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
color box
color ramp
kleurefek
kleurferrin
Noun
Noun
it
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A set of color choices located in a workpane.
A range of colors in which each color gradually blends into the next one. For example, a blue
ramp gradually blends hues of blue from pure black to pure blue.
A decomposed layer of a full-color image used in printing. Typical printing processes use four
color separations (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black) which combine together to produce the
final image.
color separation
kleurskieding
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
Full Form
column selector
kolomkiezer
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The horizontal bar at the top of a column. You can click a column selector to select an entire
column in the query design grid or the filter design grid.
A mark inserted in a document to show where a comment has been added.
comment mark
opmerkingsteken
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel, such as yellow and blue.
complementary colors
komplemintêre kleuren
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
Full Form
complex script
kompleks skrifttype
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A language whose characters require ligation or shaping, such as a right-to-left language
(Arabic, Farsi, Hebrew, and Urdu) or certain South Asian languages.
An index file with two columns: the first column lists the text in the document that you want to
index, and the second column lists the index entries to generate from the text in the first
column.
concordance file
konkordânsjebestân
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An expression that yields a Boolean value (true or false). Such expressions can involve
conditional expression
comparisons (testing values for equality or, for non--Boolean values, the < [less than] or >
[greater than] relation) and logical combination (using Boolean operators such as AND, OR, and
XOR) of Boolean expressions.
ekspresje op betingst
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An expression that yields a Boolean value (true or false). Such expressions can involve
Boolean expression
comparisons (testing values for equality or, for non--Boolean values, the < [less than] or >
[greater than] relation) and logical combination (using Boolean operators such as AND, OR, and
XOR) of Boolean expressions.
Booleaanske ekspresje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The process of changing the appearance of a control, including its visibility and read-write state, conditional formatting
based on values entered into the form.
opmaak op betingst
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
content class
ynhâldsklasse
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A Web Storage System content class defines the intent or purpose of an item along with the
names of properties that are intended for items in this class.
A design template that also contains text suggestions on each slide. You replace the text
suggestions with the text that you want. A content template contains a slide master and an
optional title master.
content template
ynhâldssjabloan
Noun
it
Singular
A pair of values representing the x- and y-coordinates of a point that are stored in a twodimensional array that can contain coordinates for many points.
A list of words not in the standard dictionary that an author wants the spelling checker to accept
as correct.
An item of a custom group field. A custom group contains two or more items from a row or
column field.
A field in the row or column area that contains custom groups as its items.
coordinate pair
koördinatepear
Noun
it
Singular
custom dictionary
oanpaste wurdlist
Noun
de
Singular
custom group
oanpaste groep
Noun
de
Singular
custom group field
fjild mei oanpaste groepen
Noun
it
Singular
data form
dataformulier
Noun
it
Singular
Abbreviated Form
A dialog box that displays one complete record at a time. You can use data forms to add,
change, locate, and delete records.
The structure or appearance of a unit of data, such as a field, or text in a message body.
format
yndieling
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The structure or appearance of a unit of data, such as a field, or text in a message body.
data format
datayndieling
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
datalabel
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A label that provides additional information about a data marker, which represents a single data data label
point or value that originates from a datasheet cell.
A window that you can display when a data access page is open in Design view.
Data Outline
data-oersjoch
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An individual value plotted in a chart and represented together with other data points by bars,
columns, lines, pie or doughnut slices, dots, and various other shapes called data markers.
Data markers of the same color constitute a data series.
datapunt
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Related data points that are plotted in a chart. Each data series in a chart has a unique color or data series
pattern and is represented in the chart legend. You can plot one or more data series in a chart.
Pie charts have only one data series.
datarige
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A range of cells that shows how changing certain values in your formulas affects the results of
the formulas. Data tables provide a shortcut for calculating multiple versions in one operation
and a way to view and compare the results of all of the different variations together on your
worksheet.
data table
datatabel
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
data validation
datafalidaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
database connection
databaseferbining
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The process of testing the accuracy of data; a set of rules you can apply to a control to specify
the type and range of data that users can enter into that control.
A connection that specifies the name, type, location, and optional information for a database
file.
A value that is automatically entered in a field or control when you add a new record. You can
either accept the default value or override it by typing a value.
default value
standertwearde
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
demote
nivo ferleegje
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
In an outline, to change a heading to body text or to a lower heading level - for example, to
change from Heading 5 to Heading 6.
An item (such as a page, frameset, item type, form, view, script file, text file, cascading style
sheet, or image) that contributes to an overall pattern, scheme, or layout.
design element
ûntwerpelemint
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A file that contains the styles in a presentation, including the type and size of bullets and fonts; design template
placeholder sizes and positions; background design and fill; color schemes; and a slide master
and optional title master.
ûntwerpsjabloan
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A window that shows the design of these database objects - tables, queries, forms, reports,
macros, and data access pages. In Design view, you can create new database objects and
modify the design of existing ones.
ûntwerpwerjefte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The file that a linked or embedded object is inserted into. The source file contains the
destination file
information that is used to create the object. When you change information in a destination file,
the information is not updated in the source file.
doelbestân
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A combination of a digital certificate and a public and private encryption key set.
digitale id
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
digitale foto
útskeakele bestjoeringselemint
Noun
Noun
de
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An image that has been captured electronically with a digital camera or scanner.
digital photo
A control that appears dimmed on a form or data access page. A disabled control cannot get
disabled control
the focus and will not respond to mouse clicks.
A folder where a collection of files is shared and the files often use the same template. Each file Document Library
in a library is associated with user-defined information that is displayed in the content listing for
that library.
dokumintebiblioteek
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
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Noun
data point
Design view
Digital ID
drawing canvas
tekenpapier
Noun
it
Singular
drop lines
leadlinen
Noun
de
Plural
Full Form
An area upon which you can draw multiple shapes. Because the shapes are contained within
the drawing canvas, they can be moved and resized as a unit.
In line and area charts, lines that extend from a data point to the category (x) axis. Useful in
area charts to clarify where one data marker ends and the next begins.
A shaded outline that appears behind an object or text and creates the illusion of depth.
drop shadow
slachskaad
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A shaded outline that appears behind an object or text and creates the illusion of depth.
shadow
skaad
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
drop-down list box
ferfolchkarlist
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A control on a menu, toolbar, dialog box, or data access page that displays a list of options
when you click the small arrow next to the list box.
A control on a data access page that, when clicked, expands or collapses a grouped record to
display or hide its detail records.
expand control
úttearbestjoeringselemint
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
An XML vocabulary that is used to transform XML data to another form, such as HTML, by
means of a style sheet that defines presentation rules.
XSL
XSL
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
An XML vocabulary that is used to transform XML data to another form, such as HTML, by
means of a style sheet that defines presentation rules.
Extensible Stylesheet
Language
Extensible Stylesheet Language
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A tool used to pick a color by clicking directly on a pixel.
A technique for filtering data that uses a version of the current form or datasheet with empty
fields in which you can type the values you want the filtered records to contain.
eyedropper
Filter By Form
pipet
formulierfilter
Noun
Noun
de
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
seleksjefilter
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A technique for filtering records in a form, datasheet, or data access page in which you retrieve Filter By Selection
only records that contain the selected value.
A technique in which you filter records in a form, datasheet, or data access page to retrieve only Filter Excluding
those records that don't contain the selected value.
Selection
negatyf seleksjefilter
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
A program that transforms a picture stored in one file format to another format so that it can be
displayed in a specific graphics program.
A program that transforms a picture stored in one file format to another format so that it can be
displayed in a specific graphics program.
graphic filter
grafysk filter
Noun
it
Singular
graphics filter
grafysk filter
Noun
it
Singular
The blank area between two or more columns of text or between two facing pages in a
publication.
Paragraph formatting in which the second and subsequent lines of a paragraph are indented
more than the first line. Common uses for the hanging indent are bulleted and numbered lists.
gutter
rêchmarzje
Noun
de
Singular
hanging indent
ferkeardom-ynspringen
Noun
it
Singular
Full Form
A field that stores hyperlink addresses.
hyperlink field
hyperlinkfjild
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A field code that marks specific text for inclusion in an index. When you mark text as an index
entry, Microsoft Office Word inserts an XE (Index Entry) field formatted as hidden text.
index entry
yndeksopjefte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
An object that is embedded in a line of text rather than in its own window.
A dot, hyphen, or other character used to create a line that fills the space before a tab stop.
inline object
leader character
inline-objekt
opfolteken
Noun
Noun
it
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
link bar
keppelingsbalke
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
list control
listbestjoeringselemint
Noun
it
Singular
Adjective
Full Form
locked
ôfskoattele
Adjective
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Noun
Full Form
A collection of graphic or text buttons representing hyperlinks to pages both within your Web
site and to external sites.
A control on a form, that repeats as needed, into which users can enter text. The control can be
formatted as a bulleted, numbered, or plain list.
The condition of a field, record, recordset, or database that makes it read-only to all users
except the user currently modifying it.
A query (SQL statement) that creates a new table and then creates records (rows) in it by
copying records from an existing table.
make-table query
tabelbou-query
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A query (SQL statement) that creates a new table and then creates records (rows) in it by
copying records from an existing table.
Make Table query
Tabelbou-query
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A "container" for a set of separate files (or subdocuments). You can use a master document to
set up and manage a multipart document, such as a book with several chapters.
master document
haaddokumint
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A placeholder that you insert in the main document. For example, insert the merge field "City" to merge field
have Word insert a city name, such as "Paris," that's stored in the City data field.
gearfoechfjild
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A search method that lets you direct your search using conversational language.
Noun
Full Form
A search method that lets you direct your search using conversational language.
Verb
Full Form
Verb
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
To minimize the duplication of information in a relational database through effective table
design.
To move an object one pixel at a time.
A file that contains definitions of objects and their methods and properties.
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Noun
Full Form
natural language
searching
natural query syntax
sykjen yn eigen wurden
Noun
it
Singular
natuerlike querysyntaksis
Noun
de
Singular
normalize
normalisearje
Verb
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nudge
object library
ferskowe
objektbiblioteek
Verb
Noun
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de
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Singular
A file that stores information about a connection to a data source, such as an Access database, Office data connection
spreadsheet, or text file, and that facilitates data source administration.
file
Office data connection-bestân
Noun
it
Singular
A file that stores information about a connection to a data source, such as an Access database, data connection file
spreadsheet, or text file, and that facilitates data source administration.
A connection between an OLE object and its OLE server, or between a dynamic data exchange link
(DDE) source document and a destination document.
A connection between an OLE object and its OLE server, or between a dynamic data exchange OLE/DDE link
(DDE) source document and a destination document.
data-connectionbestân
Noun
it
Singular
keppeling
Noun
de
Singular
OLE/DDE-keppeling
Noun
de
Singular
groepsfek
Noun
it
Singular
A hyphen that is used to control where a word or phrase breaks if it falls at the end of a line. For optional hyphen
example, you can specify that the word "nonprinting" breaks as "non-printing" rather than
"nonprint-ing."
tydlik ôfbrekstreekje
Noun
it
Singular
Full Form
A hyphen that is used to control where a word or phrase breaks if it falls at the end of a line. For discretionary hyphen
example, you can specify that the word "nonprinting" breaks as "non-printing" rather than
"nonprint-ing."
opsjoneel ôfbrekstreekje
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A hyphen that is used to control where a word or phrase breaks if it falls at the end of a line. For soft hyphen
example, you can specify that the word "nonprinting" breaks as "non-printing" rather than
"nonprint-ing."
tydlik ôfbrekstreekje
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
alinea-opmaak
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Formatting that controls the appearance of a paragraph. Examples include indentation,
paragraph formatting
alignment, line spacing, and pagination.
The nonprinting ¶ character that Microsoft Office Word inserts when you press ENTER to end a paragraph mark
paragraph. The paragraph mark stores the formatting you apply to the paragraph.
alineateken
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A combination of character and paragraph-formatting characteristics that are named and stored paragraph style
as a set. You can select a paragraph and use the style to apply all of the formatting
characteristics to the paragraph at one time.
alinea-opmaakprofyl
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A database that contains only a subset of the records in a full replica.
parsjele replika
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
boarnesel
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
primêre tabel
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A cell that is referred to by a formula in another cell. For example, if cell D10 contains the
precedent
formula =B5, cell B5 is a precedent to cell D10.
The "one" side of two related tables in a one-to-many relationship. A primary table should have primary table
a primary key and each record should be unique.
One or more ranges of cells that you designate to print when you don't want to print the entire
print area
worksheet. If a worksheet includes a print area, only the print area is printed.
printberik
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A view of a document as it will appear when you print it.
The device that communicates between your software program and your printer.
printfoarbyld
printerstjoerprogramma
Noun
Noun
it
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Information stored in the prologue of an XML document. This information is passed through the processing instructions
XML parser to any application that uses the XML document.
ferwurkingsynstruksjes
Noun
de
Plural
Verb
Full Form
nivo ferheegje
Verb
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Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
In an outline, to change body text to a heading, or to change a heading to a higher level heading promote
- for example, from Heading 6 to Heading 5.
A grouping of properties presented as a tabbed page of a property sheet.
property page
A window used to view or modify the properties of various objects such as tables, queries,
property sheet
fields, forms, reports, data access pages, and controls.
eigenskipsside
eigenskipsfinster
Noun
Noun
de
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
pyramid diagram
radial diagram
topology
piramidediagram
radiaaldiagram
topology
Noun
Noun
Noun
it
it
de
Singular
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
replica set topology
topology fan replikaset
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Full Form
requery
query nochris útfiere
Verb
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Noun
Noun
Adjective
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
result set
results
right-to-left
resultaatset
resultaten
fan rjochts nei lofts
Noun
Noun
Other
de
de
Not Selected
Singular
Plural
Not Selected
Noun
Full Form
The element in an XML document that contains all other elements. It is the top-level element of root element
an XML document and must be the first element in the document.
haadelemint
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
dokumintelemint
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The element in an XML document that contains all other elements. It is the top-level element of document element
an XML document and must be the first element in the document.
A little pop-up window that provides brief context-sensitive help when you move the mouse
ScreenTip
pointer over the item.
skermynfo
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A frame that can contain check boxes, toggle buttons, and option buttons on a form, report, or
data access page. You use an option group to present alternatives from which the user can
select a single option.
Noun
Full Form
Noun
A diagram that is used to show foundation-based relationships.
A diagram that is used to show relationships of elements to a core element.
The order in which changes are propagated from replica to replica. Topology determines how
quickly changes in another replica appear in your replica.
The order in which changes are propagated from replica to replica. Topology determines how
quickly changes in another replica appear in your replica.
To rerun a query underlying the active form or datasheet in order to reflect changes to the
records, display newly added records, and eliminate deleted records.
The set of records that results from running a query or applying a filter.
The set of records that results from running a query or applying a filter.
Pertaining to keyboard settings, document views, user interface objects, and languages for
which text is displayed in a right-to-left direction. Arabic and Hebrew are examples of right-to-left
languages.
option group
partial replica
print preview
printer driver
tooltip
Noun
Full Form
A little pop-up window that provides brief context-sensitive help when you move the mouse
pointer over the item.
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
An individual data value plotted in a chart and represented by a column, bar, line, pie or
series point
doughnut slice, or other type of data marker.
The slide that stores information about the design template applied, including font styles,
slide master
placeholder sizes and positions, background design, and color schemes.
A way to arrange data based on value or data type. You can sort data alphabetically,
sort order
numerically, or by date. Sort orders use an ascending (1 to 9, A to Z) or descending (9 to 1, Z to
A) order.
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
arktip
Noun
de
Singular
datapunt
Noun
it
Singular
diamodel
Noun
it
Singular
sortearfolchoarder
Noun
de
Singular
A toolbar that performs some of the most common tasks in a Microsoft office application, such
as opening, saving, and printing files.
Editing that occurs within a structured document such as a well-formed XML document.
Standard toolbar
standertarkbalke
Noun
de
Singular
structural editing
strukturele bewurking
Noun
de
Singular
Full Form
A datasheet that is nested within another datasheet and that contains data related or joined to
the first datasheet.
subdatasheet
subdatablêd
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A form contained within another form or a report.
subform
subformulier
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A report contained within another report.
subreport
subrapport
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Any site that is any number of levels below the current site in a hierarchy.
Sub-site
Subwebstee
Noun
it
Singular
Not Selected
Full Form
Any site that is any number of levels below the current site in a hierarchy.
subsite
subwebstee
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
target diagram
toggle button
doeldiagram
wikselknop
Noun
Noun
it
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
tracked change
byholden wizigings
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
Full Form
A diagram that is used to show steps toward a goal.
A control used to provide on/off options on a form or report. It can display either text or a
picture, and can be standalone or part of an option group.
A mark that shows where a deletion, insertion, or other editing change has been made in a
document.
One of a set of transitional display effects that are available in some Microsoft Office
applications. Transitions specify how the display changes (such as fading to black) as a user
moves from one item (such as slide or Web page) to another.) to.
transition
oergong
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A control you place on a form or report to contain an unbound object.
unbound object frame
net-ôfhinklik objekt
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A query that uses the UNION operator to combine the results of two or more select queries.
union query
gearfoechquery
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An action query that changes a set of records according to criteria you specify. An update query update query
does not return any records.
bywurkquery
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A diagram that is used to show areas of overlap between and among elements.
Comments that users attach to Web pages and documents.
Venn diagram
Web discussion
Venn-diagram
webdiskusje
Noun
Noun
it
de
Singular
Singular
Verb
Abbreviated Form
To reconcile the differences between files stored on one computer and versions of the same
files on another computer. Once the differences are determined, both sets of files are updated.
sync
syngronisearje
Verb
Not Selected
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Verb
Full Form
To reconcile the differences between files stored on one computer and versions of the same
files on another computer. Once the differences are determined, both sets of files are updated.
synchronize
syngronisearje
Verb
Not Selected
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Noun
Full Form
Part of a UI element that resembles a notebook or file divider and provides navigation between tab
different sections of information within that element.
tabblêd
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The pairing of two or more actions that are performed together as a single action; the action
succeeds or fails as a whole.
transaction
transaksje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
Full Form
Full Form
depth of field
DV
digital video
project file
fjilddjipte
DF
digitale fideo
projektbestân
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
de
Not Selected
de
it
Singular
Not Selected
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The measurement of the area in front of and behind the subject that is in focus.
Video images and sound stored in a digital format.
Video images and sound stored in a digital format.
The file that contains information about the files that have been imported into or captured in the
current project, and how files or clips have been arranged.
The process in which a consumer enters information, such as an e-mail address, to acquire a
license.
registration
registraasje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
A view of the workspace that displays the sequence of your clips.
storyboard
The protocol within TCP/IP that governs the breakup of data messages into packets to be sent TCP
via IP, and the reassembly and verification of the complete messages from packets received by
IP.
storyboard
TCP
Noun
Noun
it
Not Selected
Singular
Not Selected
Noun
Full Form
The protocol within TCP/IP that governs the breakup of data messages into packets to be sent Transmission Control
via IP, and the reassembly and verification of the complete messages from packets received by Protocol
IP.
Transmission Control Protocol
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
knippunten
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
Full Form
The points where playback of a file or clip begins and ends. There are two trim points: start trim trim points
point and end trim point.
Any significant occurrence in the system or an application that requires users to be notified or
event
an entry to be added to a log.
barren
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
content
ynhâld
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
bps
bps
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
bits per second
bits yn in sekonde
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
Full Form
broadband connection
breedbânferbining
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An object created with one program and embedded into a document created by another.
embedded object
Embedding the object, rather than simply inserting or pasting it, ensures that the object retains
its original format. If you double-click the embedded object, you can edit it with the toolbars and
menus from the program used to create it.
ynsletten objekt
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A derivative of the file allocation table (FAT) file system. FAT32 supports smaller cluster sizes
and larger volumes than FAT, which results in more efficient space allocation on FAT32
volumes.
FAT32
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
An industry-standard Internet tunneling protocol that provides encapsulation for sending Point-to L2TP
Point Protocol (PPP) frames across packet-oriented media. For IP networks, L2TP traffic is sent
as User Datagram Protocol (UDP) messages. In Microsoft operating systems, L2TP is used in
conjunction with Internet Protocol security (IPSec) as a virtual private network (VPN) technology
to provide remote access or router-to-router VPN connections. L2TP is described in RFC 2661.
L2TP
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
An industry-standard Internet tunneling protocol that provides encapsulation for sending Point-to Layer Two Tunneling
Point Protocol (PPP) frames across packet-oriented media. For IP networks, L2TP traffic is sent Protocol
as User Datagram Protocol (UDP) messages. In Microsoft operating systems, L2TP is used in
conjunction with Internet Protocol security (IPSec) as a virtual private network (VPN) technology
to provide remote access or router-to-router VPN connections. L2TP is described in RFC 2661.
Layer Two Tunneling Protocol
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
UI String
A folder that provides you with a convenient place to store documents, graphics, or other files
you want to access quickly. When you save a file in a program such as WordPad or Paint, the
file is automatically saved in My Documents, unless you choose a different folder.
My Documents
Dokuminten
Noun
Not Selected
Not Selected
Noun
Full Form
repeat delay
repetearútstel
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
WebDAV
WebDAV
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
A delay of the amount of time that elapses before a character begins repeating when you hold
down a key.
An application protocol related to Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) 1.1 that allows clients to
transparently publish and manage resources on the World Wide Web.
An application protocol related to Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) 1.1 that allows clients to
transparently publish and manage resources on the World Wide Web.
Web Distributed Authorising and
Versioning
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Web Distributed
Authoring and
Versioning
KB article
KB-dokumint
Noun
it
Singular
Audio, video, images, text, or any other information that is contained in a digital media file or
stream.
The number of bits transmitted every second, used as a measure of the speed at which a
device, such as a modem, can transfer data.
The number of bits transmitted every second, used as a measure of the speed at which a
device, such as a modem, can transfer data.
A high-speed Internet connection. Broadband connections are typically 256 kilobytes per
second (KBps) or faster. Broadband includes DSL and cable modem service.
A technical document in the Microsoft Knowledge Base accessible through Microsoft.com.
FAT32
Noun
Full Form
For files, information that indicates whether a file is read-only, hidden, ready for archiving
(backing up), compressed, or encrypted, and whether the file contents should be indexed for
fast file searching.
attribute
skaaimerk
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
In DNS, each part of a DNS domain name that represents a node in the domain namespace
tree. For example, the three labels example, microsoft, and com make up the DNS domain
name example.microsoft.com. Each label used in a DNS name cannot exceed 63 octets, 255
bytes including the terminating dot, for the fully qualified domain name (FQDN).
label
label
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A Web site from Microsoft which provides updates for Windows operating system software and Windows Update
Windows-based hardware. The Web site works with the Automatic Updates feature in Windows
to deliver updates (patches and fixes) as they become available. Users can also install or
update device drivers.
Windows Update
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
A Web site from Microsoft which provides updates for Windows operating system software and Windows Update
Windows-based hardware. The Web site works with the Automatic Updates feature in Windows website
to deliver updates (patches and fixes) as they become available. Users can also install or
update device drivers.
Windows Update-webstee
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Any information relating to an identified or identifiable individual. Such information may include
name, country, street address, e-mail address, credit card number, Social Security number,
government ID number, IP address, or any unique identifier that is associated with PII in
another system.
PII
PII
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
Any information relating to an identified or identifiable individual. Such information may include
name, country, street address, e-mail address, credit card number, Social Security number,
government ID number, IP address, or any unique identifier that is associated with PII in
another system.
personally identifiable
information
persoansgegevens
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
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Any information relating to an identified or identifiable individual. Such information may include
name, country, street address, e-mail address, credit card number, Social Security number,
government ID number, IP address, or any unique identifier that is associated with PII in
another system.
personal data
persoanlike gegevens
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
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Any information relating to an identified or identifiable individual. Such information may include
name, country, street address, e-mail address, credit card number, Social Security number,
government ID number, IP address, or any unique identifier that is associated with PII in
another system.
personal information
persoanlike gegevens
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
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Software that fulfills the deliberately harmful intent of an attacker when run. For example,
viruses, worms, and Trojan horses are malicious code.
malware
skealike software
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Software that fulfills the deliberately harmful intent of an attacker when run. For example,
viruses, worms, and Trojan horses are malicious code.
malicious software
skealike software
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
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Full Form
To change to an older, and/or less powerful or sophisticated version of a product.
A filter that selectively includes or excludes certain values. For example, when defining a
database field, it is possible to assign a mask that indicates what sort of value the field should
hold. Values that do not conform to the mask cannot be entered.
downgrade
mask
downgrade
masker
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An attempt to run a memory operation that the underlying page protection does not allow. An
access violation applies to memory operations, but does not apply when the security manager
checks user-mode access rights to objects.
access violation
tagongsflater
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
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Accessibility Wizard
Tagonklikheidshelper
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Noun
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account domain
master user domain
account expiration
accountdomein
haadbrûkersdomein
ferrindatum fan in account
Noun
Noun
Noun
it
it
de
Singular
Singular
Singular
Noun
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An interactive tool that makes it easier to set up commonly used accessibility features by
specifying options by type of disability, rather than by numeric value changes.
A Windows NT domain that holds user account data.
A Windows NT domain that holds user account data.
A time limit that is applied to the life of an account, so that it can be used only for a
predetermined period of time.
A Windows security feature that locks a user account if a number of failed logon attempts occur
within a specified amount of time, based on security policy lockout settings. Locked accounts
cannot log on.
account lockout
accountôfskoatteling
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Adjective
Full Form
Full Form
The company placing, and often paying for, a promotional message, or advertisement.
advertiser
Not dependent on timing. Each application or command runs in the specified order, but the
asynchronous
specified item does not wait for any previously started processes to finish before an application
or command runs.
advertearder
asyngroan
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An object supplied by a component that supports Automation.
An object supplied by a component that supports Automation.
The process of detecting and splitting video content into separate clips. Clips are created by
Windows Movie Maker when there is a significant change from one frame to another.
ActiveX object
Automation object
clip creation
ActiveX-objekt
automatisearringsobjekt
klipmeitsjen
Noun
Noun
Noun
it
it
it
Singular
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A technique for converting a color in one color space to another color space. Typically, this
conversion is from YUV colors from a video source to RGB for display.
color-space conversion kleurromtekonverzje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A technique for converting a color in one color space to another color space. Typically, this
conversion is from YUV colors from a video source to RGB for display.
color space conversion kleurromtekonverzje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A text element consisting of a base character and a diacritic or accent mark. Although most
common in the Latin script, other scripts (including Greek, Devanagari, and Tamil) also have
composite characters.
composite character
gearstald teken
Noun
it
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To assign a drive letter, port, or computer name to a shared resource so that you can use it.
connect
ferbining meitsje
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A client dialer used to obtain Internet access.
Connection Manager
Connection Manager
Noun
de
Singular
DUN
Dial-Up Networking
event handler
DUN
Ynbelnetwurk
aksje-ôfhanneler
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it
de
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Singular
swevende arkbalke
Noun
de
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GAL
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global address list
algemiene adreslist
Noun
de
Singular
A directory of all mail-enabled objects to which messages can be addressed.
Global Address List
Algemiene Adreslist
Noun
de
Singular
The adjustment of the spacing between two characters to create the appearance of even
spacing, fit text to a given space, and adjust line breaks.
A network-enabled host running Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) management
software. This software requests information from SNMP agents.
kerning
ôfspasjearje
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management console
behearconsole
Noun
de
Singular
A network-enabled host running Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) management
software. This software requests information from SNMP agents.
A character, such as diacritic, that has no meaning by itself, but overlaps a base character to
modify it.
management system
behearsysteem
Noun
it
Singular
non-spacing character
net-spasjearre teken
Noun
it
Singular
A character, such as diacritic, that has no meaning by itself, but overlaps a base character to
modify it.
A single character that represents a sequence of characters, usually a combination of a base
character and one or more diacritics.
combining character
kombinearteken
Noun
it
Singular
precomposed character gearstald teken
Noun
it
Singular
spaasjeteken
spesjale effekten tafoegje
Noun
Verb
it
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ZIP code
snapshot
postkoade
momintopname
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
A static image of a set of data, such as the records displayed as the result of a query.
shadow copy
skaadkopy
Noun
de
Singular
Full Form
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To go back to a previous state by reversing the effects of one or more commands.
To reverse changes.
undo
roll back
weromdraaie
weromdraaie
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To do over again.
To verify that your software product is a legal copy and is installed in compliance with the
Microsoft Software License Terms.
redo
activate
oerdwaan
aktivearje
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Noun
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One of a collection of drivers that responds to the same IRPs. Layered driver describes the
highest-level and lowest-level drivers in a chain of layered drivers that process the same IRPs,
along with all intermediate drivers in the chain.
layered driver
layered driver
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Proper Noun
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The program that installs the Windows operating system.
Windows Setup
A number used to indicate the cost of a route in the Internet Protocol (IP) routing table that
metric
enables the selection of the best route among possible multiple routes to the same destination.
Windows Setup
metric
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
LANGID
LANGID
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LID
LID
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Language ID
taal-id
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de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
language identifier
taal-identifikaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A 16-bit value which consists of a primary and a secondary language ID. Bits 0-9 make up the
primary language ID and bits 10-15 comprise the sub-language ID.
A 16-bit value which consists of a primary and a secondary language ID. Bits 0-9 make up the
primary language ID and bits 10-15 comprise the sub-language ID.
A 16-bit value which consists of a primary and a secondary language ID. Bits 0-9 make up the
primary language ID and bits 10-15 comprise the sub-language ID.
A 16-bit value which consists of a primary and a secondary language ID. Bits 0-9 make up the
primary language ID and bits 10-15 comprise the sub-language ID.
A PPP control protocol that negotiates link and PPP parameters to dynamically configure the
data-link layer of a PPP connection.
LCP
LCP
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Noun
Noun
Abbreviated Form
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A Windows CE-based application that enables remote users to connect to a network.
A Windows CE-based application that enables remote users to connect to a network.
A software routine that executes in response to an event.
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A toolbar that is not attached to the edge of the program window. You can change the shape of floating toolbar
some floating toolbars.
A directory of all mail-enabled objects to which messages can be addressed.
GAL
Noun
Full Form
A directory of all mail-enabled objects to which messages can be addressed.
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
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Noun
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Noun
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Noun
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Noun
Verb
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Full Form
A character with a non-zero width.
spacing character
To add a special visual or sound effect to text or an object. For example, you can have your text animate
bullet points fly in from the left, one word at a time, or hear the sound of applause when a
picture is uncovered.
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
In the United States, the postal code assigned to all addresses.
A static image of a set of data, such as the records displayed as the result of a query.
Noun
Full Form
Verb
Verb
A PPP control protocol that negotiates link and PPP parameters to dynamically configure the
data-link layer of a PPP connection.
A message or announcement sent to the user or administrator of a system. The recipient may
be a human or an automated notification manager.
Link Control Protocol
Link Control Protocol
Noun
it
Singular
notification
melding
Noun
de
Singular
release notes
release-opmerkings
Noun
de
Plural
account manager
accountbehearder
Noun
de
Singular
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
A document that contains general release information and late changes. It is one of the
deliverables leading to the release readiness approved milestone.
The person who sets up and maintains the systems and records related to authorized users of
multi-user computer networks or operating systems.
An e-mail message that a user sends to others to invite them to a meeting.
The location to which products that have been ordered should be sent.
The location to which products that have been ordered should be sent.
meeting request
shipping address
mailing address
gearkomstefersyk
ferstjoerdersadres
postadres
Noun
Noun
Noun
it
it
it
Singular
Singular
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To continue to press a keyboard key or mouse button.
hold down
yndrukt hâlde
Verb
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Verb
Full Form
dock
skoattelje
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
To manipulate an interface element, such as a toolbar, in order to align it with the edge of
another interface element, typically a window or pane.
A ToolTip used to provide a description for desktop, window, and Start menu commands, in
Web views, and in the Windows Explorer Comment column when Details view is used.
InfoTip
ynfotip
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
spin box
spin box
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
UI String
A control (composed of a text box and spin button control) that allows a user to adjust a value
from a limited range of possible values.
A common drop-down menu that includes general purpose commands for editing objects
displayed within a window, such as Cut, Copy, and Paste.
Edit menu
menu Bewurkje
Noun
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Noun
UI String
File menu
menu Bestân
Noun
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Noun
Proper Noun
Help menu
menu Help
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
UI String
Help
Help
Noun
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Noun
UI String
A common drop-down menu that includes commands for file operations, such as Open, Save,
and Print.
A common drop-down menu that includes commands that provide access to online Help or
other forms of user assistance.
A common drop-down menu that includes commands that provide access to online Help or
other forms of user assistance.
A standard Windows icon that represents a user’s private, usually local, storage.
My Computer
Dizze Kompjûter
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
gebietseleksje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A selection technique that involves dragging out a bounding outline (also referred to as a
region selection
marquee) to define the selected objects.
A component of a scroll bar that allows the information to be scrolled by defined increments
scroll arrow button
when the user clicks it. The direction of the arrow indicates the direction in which the information
scrolls.
skopylkknop
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A component of a scroll bar that allows the information to be scrolled by defined increments
scroll arrow
when the user clicks it. The direction of the arrow indicates the direction in which the information
scrolls.
skopylk
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
parent node
primary window
palette window
boppelizzend knooppunt
haadfinster
paletfinster
Noun
Noun
Noun
it
it
it
Singular
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
rich-text box
rich-textfek
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A node with subordinate node(s), called children.
The window in which the main interaction with an object takes place.
A modeless secondary window that displays a toolbar or other choices, such as colors or
patterns.
A standard Windows control that is similar to a standard text box, except that it also supports
individual character and paragraph properties.
A personal or work-related project, assignment, or errand to be tracked through to completion.
task
taak
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Feedback that provides the user with information about the state of a process.
progress indicator
fuortgongsmjitter
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A static report that contains data captured at a specific point in time.
snapshot
momintopname
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A static report that contains data captured at a specific point in time.
report snapshot
momintopname
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A customer service issue or problem reported by a customer and the activities that customer
service representatives use to resolve it.
case
saak
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Proper Noun
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Noun
Noun
A customer service issue or problem reported by a customer and the activities that customer
service representatives use to resolve it.
A customer service issue or problem reported by a customer and the activities that customer
service representatives use to resolve it.
A Microsoft Web site that provides customers with access to a database of articles written by
Microsoft Support professionals.
A Microsoft Web site that provides customers with access to a database of articles written by
Microsoft Support professionals.
job
taak
Noun
de
Singular
contract
kontrakt
Noun
it
Singular
KB
KB
Noun
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Knowledge Base
Knowledge Base
Noun
de
Singular
Full Form
A Microsoft Web site that provides customers with access to a database of articles written by
Microsoft Support professionals.
Microsoft Knowledge Base
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The top level of a business hierarchy.
Microsoft Knowledge
Base
organization
organisaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A compilation of the specific prices that can be charged for each unit in the unit group of a
product.
price list
priislist
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A data repository, in which items such as text, text boxes, pictures, tables, shapes, etc. can be
stored and re-used within the same document and across multiple documents.
content library
ynhâldsbiblioteek
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A feature that allows users to check and remove personal and other sensitive information from
a document.
Document Inspector
Dokumintkontrôle
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A card-like layout on an Outlook Contact that provides the user with the look of a real world
business card.
Elektroanysk besitekaartsje
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
UI String
Besitekaartsje
Noun
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UI String
Complete the merge
Gearfoegjen dienmeitsje
Verb
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Noun
UI String
A card-like layout on an Outlook Contact that provides the user with the look of a real world
business card.
The heading for the last Mail Merge step, which allows the user to select how the merged
publication or letters are produced.
A menu option on the Property Panel that enables the user to specify document properties.
Electronic Business
Card
Business Card
Property Editor
Eigenskippen bewurkje
Verb
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Noun
Noun
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Full Form
Full Form
A description of XML-based syndication technologies.
A description of XML-based syndication technologies.
A description of XML-based syndication technologies.
Noun
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
RSS
RDF Site Summary
Really Simple Syndication
Noun
Noun
Noun
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de
de
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Singular
Singular
Full Form
UI String
RSS
RDF Site Summary
Really Simple
Syndication
A description of XML-based syndication technologies.
Rich Site Summary
The title for a dialog that specifies how a signature line should be signed, including instructions Signature Setup
Rich Site Summary
Hantekeningynstellings
Noun
Noun
de
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Singular
Not Selected
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
for signers.
The delay that occurs while data is processed or delivered.
A searchable collection of articles and facts pertaining to a particular subject area.
latency
KB
latency
KB
Noun
Noun
de
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Singular
Not Selected
Noun
Full Form
A searchable collection of articles and facts pertaining to a particular subject area.
knowledge base
knowledge base
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
UI String
Allow
Tastean
Verb
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Verb
UI String
A permission setting that permits a person or domain to add the user to contact lists, see the
user's status, or send instant messages to the user.
An item on the user's My Status menu. This is a status the user can select to say that the user
is away from the computer but will return shortly.
Be Right Back
Bin der daliks wer
Noun
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Noun
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Internet connection
ynternetferbining
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
web connection
webferbining
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Verb
Full Form
UI String
A connection between the user's device and a server that provides access to the Internet,
typically through an Internet service provider.
A connection between the user's device and a server that provides access to the Internet,
typically through an Internet service provider.
To ask someone to engage in an instant conversation.
An item on the File menu that writes data (typically a file) to a storage medium.
invite
Save
útnoegje
Bewarje
Verb
Verb
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Verb
UI String
A UI element that initiates the process of seeking a particular file or specific data. A search is
carried out by a program through comparison or calculation to determine whether a match to
some pattern exists or whether some other criteria have been met.
Search
Sykje
Verb
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Verb
UI String
A UI element that initiates the process of seeking a particular file or specific data. A search is
carried out by a program through comparison or calculation to determine whether a match to
some pattern exists or whether some other criteria have been met.
Look Up
Opsykje
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
The set of rules on a computer and a portable device that allow digital media files and other
information to be synchronized.
partnership
partnerferbân
Noun
it
Singular
isometric
isometrysk
Adjective
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.NET Framework
.NET Framework
Noun
it
Singular
A reusable component that wraps Web-based content (such as XML, HTML, and scripting) with Web Part
a standard property schema and displays that in a cohesive unit on a page.
webûnderdiel
Noun
it
Singular
Full Form
Anything owned or controlled by a business, tangible or intangible, that has monetary value and asset
was acquired at a measurable cost.
aktiva
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
Full Form
The writing or drawing strokes that you make with your tablet pen.
ink
inket
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The writing or drawing strokes that you make with your tablet pen.
digital ink
digitale inket
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
UI String
Title area
Titelgebiet
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
The area at the top of a Windows Journal note where you can write a title. The title appears as
the suggested file name when you save the note.
An event routing strategy where the event instance moves down the element tree (starting at
the root of the visual tree and ending with the source).
tunneling
tunneling
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A text box found at the top right of most folders and many programs. When you enter text in
Quick Search, it automatically filters the files in the current view to show only those that match
what you typed.
Quick Search
Fluch sykje
Verb
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Noun
UI String
A text box found at the top right of most folders and many programs. When you enter text in
Quick Search, it automatically filters the files in the current view to show only those that match
what you typed.
Search
Sykje
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
wazichheid
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
UI String
wazichheid
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An effect applied to a graphical object that typically reduces the difference between the outline blur
of the object and the graphical area next to it.
An effect applied to a graphical object that typically reduces the difference between the outline Blur
of the object and the graphical area next to it.
Someone who visits a Web site and purposefully supplies personal information, such as name, registered user
address, and phone number.
registrearre brûker
Noun
de
Singular
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Full Form
A unit of work that is represented to users in the form of buttons, links, and menu items.
action
aksje
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
burn
library
brâne
biblioteek
Verb
Noun
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de
Not Selected
Singular
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Not Selected
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
To copy files to a recordable CD.
In Windows Media Player, a database that contains information about digital media files on a
computer, a network drive, or the Internet.
A rectangular array of pixels applied to a visual object.
A Unicode script used to write certain Indonesian languages.
A Unicode script used to write certain languages in the Philippines.
A dialog with a list of available building blocks and a preview pane, allowing the user to edit
building block properties, delete building blocks and insert them into the current document.
texture
Buginese
Buhid
Building Blocks
Organizer
tekstuer
Boegineesk
Buhidysk
Boustiennebehear
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
de
it
it
it
Singular
Not Selected
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Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A frequently updated online journal or column.
blog
blog
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A frequently updated online journal or column.
web log
weblog
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A frequently updated online journal or column.
weblog
weblog
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Proper Noun
A networking standard that uses cables to provide network access. Ethernet is the most widely Ethernet
installed technology for connecting computers.
Ethernet
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A technique used to trick computer users into revealing personal or financial information. A
common online phishing scam starts with an e-mail message that appears to come from a
trusted source but actually directs recipients to provide information to a fraudulent website.
phishing
phishing
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A software component that enables message exchange via a specific transport.
adapter
adapter
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A software component that enables message exchange via a specific transport.
transport adapter
transportadapter
Noun
de
Singular
Adjective
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
One of the presets for 3D rotation effects. When selected, specifies that the object will be
rotated isometrically.
An integral Windows component that supports building, deploying, and running the next
generation of applications and XML Web services. It provides a highly productive, standardsbased, multilanguage environment for integrating existing investments with next generation
applications and services, as well as the agility to solve the challenges of deployment and
operation of Internet-scale applications.
JavaScript
JavaScript
Noun
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About
Oer
Other
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Full Form
A scripting language used to create interactive or animated content for the Internet, such as
games or advanced financial applications.
An item on the Help menu that opens the About dialog box, which includes the copyright,
licensing, and license terms for the product.
A feature that allows the user to rescue work if the computer crashes for any reason.
Auto-recover
AutoReparaasje
Noun
de
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Noun
Full Form
The date by which some task or action should be completed.
due date
eindatum
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
UI String
An option that allows the user to specify the degree of transparency of an image.
Fade
Ferdizenje
Verb
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Noun
Adjective
UI String
UI String
A button or command that directs the user to the Home section of an application.
A field that contains a contact's mobile phone number.
Home
Mobile
Start
Mobyl
Noun
Adjective
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Noun
UI String
Project
Projekt
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Verb
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UI String
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Proper Noun
A holding place for a group of linked documents or Works tasks / templates related to a single
user activity.
An overview presentation of features that can be launched from within the program.
A UI element that enables a user to repeat an image so that it fills the page.
The Windows Plug and Play system component that drives the process of locating devices,
setting up their nodes in the hardware tree, and running the resources allocation process. Each
of the three phases of configuration management--boot time, real mode, and protected mode-have their own configuration managers.
Quick Tour
Tile image
Configuration Manager
Koarte rûnlieding
Neistinoar
Configuration Manager
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Adverb
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An Intel microprocessor that uses explicitly parallel instruction set computing and 64-bit memory Itanium
addressing. "Itanium-based" refers to systems or platforms that are based on the Itanium
processor. "Itanium 2-based" refers to systems or platforms that are based on the Itanium 2
processor. "Itanium architecture-based" refers to systems or platforms that are based on the
Itanium and Itanium 2 processors.
Itanium
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LCID
LCID
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locale identifier
lânynstellings-id
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Proper Noun
Locale ID
Lokale ID
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A 32-bit value which consists of the language ID in the low word (bits 0-15) and the sorting ID
(bits 16-19) and a reserved value (bits 20-31) in the high word.
A 32-bit value which consists of the language ID in the low word (bits 0-15) and the sorting ID
(bits 16-19) and a reserved value (bits 20-31) in the high word.
A 32-bit value which consists of the language ID in the low word (bits 0-15) and the sorting ID
(bits 16-19) and a reserved value (bits 20-31) in the high word.
A folder or file name longer than the 8.3 file name standard (up to eight characters followed by a
period and an extension of up to three characters). Most versions of Windows, including
Windows XP, Windows 2000, Window NT, Windows 95, and Windows 98 support long file
names up to 255 characters.
long file name
lange bestânsnamme
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A file and folder structure that contain the necessary files and/or configuration settings that
control the preinstallation process and define the manufacturers' custom information.
config set
konfiguraasjeset
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A file and folder structure that contain the necessary files and/or configuration settings that
control the preinstallation process and define the manufacturers' custom information.
configuration set
konfiguraasjeset
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A method used with SCSI and IDE disk drives to translate the cylinder, head, and sector
specifications of the drive into addresses that can be used by an enhanced BIOS. LBA is used
with drives that are larger than 528MB.
LBA
LBA
Noun
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Full Form
A method used with SCSI and IDE disk drives to translate the cylinder, head, and sector
specifications of the drive into addresses that can be used by an enhanced BIOS. LBA is used
with drives that are larger than 528MB.
logical block addressing adresoantsjutting yn logyske blokken
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
AAL
AAL
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ATM adaptation layer
ATM-oanpassingslaach
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
legacy
âldere funksje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
The layer of the asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) protocol stack that parses data into the
payload portion of the ATM cell for transport across an ATM network.
The layer of the asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) protocol stack that parses data into the
payload portion of the ATM cell for transport across an ATM network.
Any feature in the computer system based on older technology for which compatibility continues
to be maintained in other system components.
The process of reconciling the differences between data stored in one location and a copy of
the same data stored in another location.
sync
syngronisaasje
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de
Singular
Noun
Proper Noun
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The process of reconciling the differences between data stored in one location and a copy of
the same data stored in another location.
synchronization
syngronisaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
UI String
Start menu
menu Start
Noun
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Noun
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language group
taalgroep
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A menu containing important and frequently used programs, folders, and utilities. To open the
Start menu, click the Start button on the taskbar.
A group that controls which system locale, user locales, input locales, and user interface (UI)
languages can be selected.
The number of colors or levels of gray that can be displayed at one time. The amount or
memory in the computer's graphics controller card controls the display. An 8-bit controller can
display 256 colors or levels of gray; a 16-bit controller, 64,000 colors; and a 24-bit controller,
16.8 million colors.
bit specification
bitspesifikaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Product/Technology NaA fully functional computer that runs Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition or Windows XP Tablet PC
Tablet PC Edition 2005. With a Tablet PC, you can write directly on the screen by using a tablet
pen. You can also use the pen to perform mouse functions.
Tablet PC
Noun
de
Singular
Adjective
Full Form
multymedia
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
Full Form
furigana
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An area that appears at the top of a Windows Mail message. It is used to display information
about security-related changes that were made to the message.
ynformaasjebalke
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The server name, user name, password, and e-mail address used to connect to an e-mail
e-mail account
service. You create the e-mail account using information provided by your mail administrator or
Internet service provider (ISP).
e-mailaccount
Noun
it
Singular
Verb
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
To add a newsgroup to the Windows Mail folder list.
A set of conditions and associated actions that may be applied to certain tasks. For example,
an e-mail rule might stipulate that all messages from a particular sender be placed into a
specific folder.
subscribe
rule
oanmelde
regel
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Noun
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de
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Noun
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A set of conditions and associated actions that may be applied to certain tasks. For example,
an e-mail rule might stipulate that all messages from a particular sender be placed into a
specific folder.
filter
filter
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
ferfolchkarlist
boekhâlding
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A list that can be opened to reveal all choices for a given field.
drop-down list
The process of recording, classifying, reporting, and interpreting financial information for a
accounting
company or business.
A written order on a bank to pay a sum of money from funds in an account. Checks show the
check
name of the company or individual receiving payment, the signature and account number of the
person issuing the check, the payment amount and the current date. Checks usually are
numbered in sequence.
sjek
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A written order on a bank to pay a sum of money from funds in an account. Checks show the
cheque
name of the company or individual receiving payment, the signature and account number of the
person issuing the check, the payment amount and the current date. Checks usually are
numbered in sequence.
sjek
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The difference between two values, such as the difference between estimated and actual
expenses.
variance
ôfwiking
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A list of users, accounts, Web sites, etc. that are permitted to perform certain actions on a
network.
Allow list
Tastimmingslist
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A list of users, accounts, Web sites, etc. that are permitted to perform certain actions on a
network.
allow list
tastimmingslist
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An interactive session between two or more users. A session can involve IM, video, or audio.
conversation
petear
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A logical entity that enables a server to communicate with an iSCSI device over an Internet
Protocol (IP) network. Each iSCSI initiator can have one or more network adapters through
which communication is established.
iSCSI initiator
iSCSI-inisjator
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The "digital persona" by which other users recognize and interact with you.
identity
identiteit
Noun
de
Singular
Pertaining to the delivery of information that combines different content formats, such as video, multimedia
audio, still images, graphics, animation, and text.
Tiny Japanese kana characters written above or next to kanji characters. The kana characters furigana
indicate the correct pronunciation of the word written in kanji.
Information bar
lid
3D-ferwizing
keppele draaitabelrapport
Noun
Noun
Noun
it
de
it
Singular
Singular
Singular
The set of coordinates that a cell occupies on a worksheet. For example, the reference of the
cell reference
cell that appears at the intersection of column B and row 3 is B3.
An area in a PivotTable or PivotChart report where you can drop fields from the Field List dialog drop area
box to display the data in the field. The labels on each drop area indicate the types of fields you
can create in the report.
selferwizing
Noun
de
Singular
pleatsingsgebiet
Noun
it
Singular
Usually used in statistical or scientific data, an error bar shows the potential error or degree of error bar
uncertainty relative to each data marker in a series.
A bar at the top of the Excel window that you use to enter or edit values or formulas in cells or formula bar
charts. Displays the constant value or formula stored in the active cell.
A field that is assigned to a page orientation in a PivotTable or PivotChart report. You can either page field
display a summary of all items in a page field, or display one item at a time, which filters out the
data for all other items.
flaterbalke
Noun
de
Singular
formulebalke
Noun
de
Singular
bledsidefjild
Noun
it
Singular
A chart that provides interactive analysis of data, like a PivotTable report. You can change
PivotChart report
views of data, see different levels of detail, or reorganize the chart layout by dragging fields and
by showing or hiding items in fields.
draaigrafykrapport
Noun
it
Singular
In a PivotTable report, the summarized data calculated from the data fields of a source list or
PivotTable data
table.
A Microsoft Office Web Component that allows you to create a structure similar to an Excel
PivotTable list
PivotTable report. Users can view the PivotTable list in a Web browser and change its layout in
a manner similar to an Excel PivotTable report.
draaitabeldata
Noun
de
Plural
draaitabellist
Noun
de
Singular
Full Form
An interactive table that quickly combines and compares large amounts of data. You can rotate PivotTable report
its rows and columns to see different summaries of the source data, and you can display the
details for areas of interest.
draaitabelrapport
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Appears to the left of a meeting or appointment (or all the way around the item when selected), availability indicator
indicating time status as free, tentative, busy, out of office, or no information available. Visible
only in Day and Work Week view.
beskikberheidsynfo
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A list of domain names and e-mail addresses that are treated as junk e-mail and are blocked
unless the sender is on the Safe Senders List or the recipient is on the Safe Recipients List.
Blocked Senders List
list mei blokkearre ôfstjoerders
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A list that allows you to block top-level domain names. Blocking country/region top-level
domains allows you to filter unwanted e-mail messages you receive from specific countries or
regions.
Blocked Top-Level
Domain List
list mei blokkearre topdomeinnammen
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An address book that is automatically created from contacts in the Contacts folder. The
contacts can be people inside and outside of your organization. When you update your
contacts, the Outlook Address Book is updated as well.
Outlook Address Book
Outlook Adresboek
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A customizable address book used to store personal e-mail addresses you use frequently.
However, Contacts offers more advanced features for this function. Personal Address Book
files have a .pab extension and can be copied to disk.
Personal Address Book Persoanlik Adresboek
Noun
it
Singular
Adjective
Full Form
Pertaining to an item that is only visible to the owner.
private
privee
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Noun
Full Form
Lêsfinster
Noun
it
Singular
Adjective
Full Form
A window in Outlook where you can preview an item without opening it. To display the item in
Reading Pane
the Reading Pane, click the item.
Pertaining to items that occur repeatedly. For example, an appointment or task that occurs on a recurring
regular basis, such as a weekly status meeting or a monthly haircut, can be designated as
recurring.
weromkommend
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Noun
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A person who is part of a group.
A reference to a range that spans two or more worksheets in a workbook.
The PivotTable report that supplies the source data to the PivotChart report. It is created
automatically when you create a new PivotChart report. When you change the layout of either
report, the other also changes.
Noun
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Noun
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Noun
member
3-D reference
associated PivotTable
report
A message that appears at a specified interval before an appointment, meeting, or task that
announces when the activity is set to occur.
A list that includes the e-mail addresses of mailing lists for which you want to be a recipient.
Messages sent to such a mailing list and received by you will not be treated as junk e-mail.
reminder
yn-'t-sinbringer
Noun
de
Singular
Safe Recipients List
List mei betroude ûntfangers
Noun
de
Singular
Full Form
A list of domain names and e-mail addresses that you want to receive messages from. E-mail
addresses in Contacts and in the Global Address Book are included in this list by default.
People you sent messages to will be added to the list.
Safe Senders List
List mei betroude ôfstjoerders
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A request sent in an e-mail message asking the recipient to complete a task. If the recipient
accepts the task, it is added to the recipient's task list, and the recipient becomes the new
owner of the task.
task request
taakfersyk
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
An encryption algorithm based on the Data Encryption Standard (DES). Triple DES (3DES)
repeats DES three times. Consequently, 3DES runs slower than standard DES. However, it is
more secure.
3DES
3DES
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An encryption algorithm based on the Data Encryption Standard (DES). Triple DES (3DES)
repeats DES three times. Consequently, 3DES runs slower than standard DES. However, it is
more secure.
Triple DES
Triple DES
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An encryption algorithm based on the Data Encryption Standard (DES). Triple DES (3DES)
repeats DES three times. Consequently, 3DES runs slower than standard DES. However, it is
more secure.
Triple Data Encryption
Standard
Triple Data Encryption Standard
Noun
de
Singular
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A feature that automatically adjusts the layout if you insert items that don't fit the original layout. AutoLayout
You can undo it using the Automatic Layout Options button.
Auto-opmaak
Noun
de
Singular
datasheet
datablêd
Noun
it
Singular
omparter
Noun
de
Singular
model
Noun
it
Singular
balloon
ballon
Noun
de
Singular
An outlined container that displays a markup element, such as a comment or revision, in the
margin of a document.
markup balloon
tekstballon
Noun
de
Singular
Full Form
A vertical pane along the left edge of the document window that displays an outline of the
document's headings. You can use the Document Map to quickly move through a document
and to keep track of your location in it.
Document Map
Dokumintstruktuer
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
outline view
opbouwerjefte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A view that shows the headings of a document indented to represent their level in the
document's structure. You can also use outline view to work with master documents.
A portion of a document in which you set certain page formatting options. You create a new
section when you want to change such properties as line numbering, number of columns, or
headers and footers.
section
seksje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A nonprinting mark you insert to show the end of a section.
section break
seksje-ein
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A document area that contains a range of text distinct from other areas of text in a document.
For example, if a document includes body text, footnotes, and headers, it contains a main text
story, footnotes story, and headers story.
story
artikel
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
style area
stylgebiet
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
UI String
A vertical area along the left edge of the document window that displays the name of the
paragraph style that is applied to each paragraph.
An option that displays the Web page in a Web browser.
Web Page Preview
Websidewerjefte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A value that represents an important metric in an organization.
measure
mjitte
Noun
de
Singular
Proper Noun
Full Form
The collection of address books that you can use to store names, e-mail addresses, fax
numbers, and distribution lists. The Address Book may contain a Global Address List, an
Outlook Address Book, and a Personal Address Book.
Address Book
Adresboek
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The collection of address books that you can use to store names, e-mail addresses, fax
numbers, and distribution lists. The Address Book may contain a Global Address List, an
Outlook Address Book, and a Personal Address Book.
Windows Contacts
Windows Kontaktpersoanen
Noun
de
Plural
Verb
Full Form
Automatysk argivearje
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To automatically remove items to another folder periodically or delete them, based on the
AutoArchive
amount of time that they have been in the folder.
A form component, such as a template part or ActiveX control, that isn't included with InfoPath custom control
by default. Form designers can add or remove custom controls by using the Controls task pane.
custom control
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Full Form
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A handheld portable telephone that operates through a radio network.
A handheld portable telephone that operates through a radio network.
A handheld portable telephone that operates through a radio network.
A name-value pair, separated by an equal sign and included in a tagged element, that modifies
features of an element. All XML attribute values are strings enclosed in quotation marks.
cell phone
cellular phone
mobile phone
XML attribute
mobile telefoan
mobile telefoan
mobile telefoan
XML-skaaimerk
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
de
de
de
it
Singular
Singular
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A keyword or description used to identify groups of items.
category
kategory
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Someone granted permission to open another person's folders, create items, and respond to
requests for that person. The person granting delegate permission determines the folders the
delegate can access and the changes the delegate can make.
delegate
delegearde
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A graphic that indicates follow-up action is required, or otherwise identifies an important item.
flag
flagge
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
The basic element that holds information in Outlook (similar to a file in other programs). Items
include e-mail messages, appointments, contacts, tasks, journal entries, notes, posted items,
and documents.
item
item
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The basic element that holds information in Outlook (similar to a file in other programs). Items
include e-mail messages, appointments, contacts, tasks, journal entries, notes, posted items,
and documents.
Outlook item
Outlook-item
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An item in the Journal folder that acts as a shortcut to an activity that has been recorded.
journal entry
journalnotysje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A storage location for text or graphics you want to use again, such as a standard contract
clause or a long distribution list. Each selection of text or graphics is recorded as an AutoText
entry and is assigned a unique name.
AutoText
AutoTekst
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Data from a table, form, query, view, or stored procedure, displayed in a row-and-column
format.
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
A printed version of a presentation that can include multiple slides per page and space for
handout
audience notes.
A slide view or page on which you define formatting for all slides or pages in your presentation. master
Each presentation has a master for each key component: slides, title slides, speaker's notes,
and audience handouts.
Noun
Abbreviated Form
An outlined container that displays a markup element, such as a comment or revision, in the
margin of a document.
Noun
Full Form
Noun
An option on Windows Parental Control that, if selected, creates logs of all the actions
performed by a user on the computer.
A feature of Windows Vista that can prevent other software from displaying advertisements
(such as pop-up ads), collect information about you, or change settings on your computer,
generally without appropriately obtaining your consent.
Activity Reporting
Aktiviteiterapportaazje
Noun
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Windows Defender
Windows Defender
Noun
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Full Form
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
A visual impairment that results in complete loss of vision in both eyes.
Hearing impairment that results in complete loss of hearing.
A control on most digital cameras that lets you control the under- or over-exposure of the
image. Usually you would leave the camera in Auto mode and then “dial in” an exposure
compensation to slightly change the exposure from whatever value the camera would normally
choose.
blindness
deafness
Exposure
Compensation
blinens
dôvens
Beljochtingskompensaasje
Noun
Noun
Noun
de
de
de
Singular
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A control on most digital cameras that lets you control the under- or over-exposure of the
Exposure Bias
image. Usually you would leave the camera in Auto mode and then “dial in” an exposure
Compensation
compensation to slightly change the exposure from whatever value the camera would normally
choose.
Beljochtingskompensaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
feed
feed
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
web feed
webfeed
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
RSS feed
RSS-feed
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
XML feed
XML-feed
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
syndicated content
gearfette ynhâld
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
UI String
Feed Discovery
Feeddeteksje
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Adjective
Full Form
Summary content with web links to a more complete version delivered in a standard XML
format. The more common examples are weblogs and news web sites.
Summary content with web links to a more complete version delivered in a standard XML
format. The more common examples are weblogs and news web sites.
Summary content with web links to a more complete version delivered in a standard XML
format. The more common examples are weblogs and news web sites.
Summary content with web links to a more complete version delivered in a standard XML
format. The more common examples are weblogs and news web sites.
Summary content with web links to a more complete version delivered in a standard XML
format. The more common examples are weblogs and news web sites.
A feature of Internet Explorer in Windows Vista that finds XML feeds on a webpage. User can
view the feeds and subscribe to them.
Pertaining to Microsoft software which is published by Microsoft, properly licensed, and fully
supported by Microsoft or a trusted partner.
genuine
orizjineel
Adjective
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Noun
UI String
A feature that allows deletion of the files created during hibernation.
Hibernation File Cleaner Himmelprogramma foar
wintersliepbestannen
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
low vision
beheind gesichtsfermogen
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
UI String
Panning Hand
sleepbeweging
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
People Near Me
Lju neiby
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
UI String
Visual impairment that results in great reduction in vision capabilities and that cannot be aided
by glasses or contact lenses. It could, however, be aided by special devices.
A menu item in Internet Explorer that turns on the tool for Tablet PC users that allows the user
to move the content of the page up and down, like a mouse scroll wheel.
A feature that allows the user to share items such as documents or folders with other devices
on a layered communications network that operate on the same protocol level.
A file backup feature of Windows Vista that performs scheduled incremental backups of data to
the target media. It also allows the user to restore an individual file or a group of files.
Windows Backup
Windows Reservekopy
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
A hardware-based security feature which protects user data and ensures that a PC has not
been tampered with while the system was offline by utilizing Trusted Platform Modules (TPM
1.2) to protect the integrity of the Windows boot process and any data, applications or system
files stored on the Windows partition.
BitLocker
BitLocker
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A hardware-based security feature which protects user data and ensures that a PC has not
been tampered with while the system was offline by utilizing Trusted Platform Modules (TPM
1.2) to protect the integrity of the Windows boot process and any data, applications or system
files stored on the Windows partition.
BitLocker Drive
Encryption
BitLocker-stasjonskodearring
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
UI String
A photographic style that renders a photo in brown tones, mimicking the old-fashioned look of
photos taken in the early part of the 20th century.
Sepia
Sepia
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
An item on the Control Panel.
Solutions to Problems
Oplossings foar swierrichheden
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
UI String
Sync Center
Syngronisaasjesintrum
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
system rating
systeemklassifikaasje
Noun
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An item on the Control Panel that provides user a comprehensive view over all roamed content,
as well as ability to check on the synchronization progress of individual items.
A number that gives a general indication of the performance capability of your computer's
hardware.
To make resources, such as folders and printers, unavailable to others.
To remove the stacked view of windows.
A shortcut you use to save, open, copy, or delete files on a Web or FTP server. Some Web
folders, such as document libraries, have functionality not available with local folders. You'll find
Web folders in My Network Places or Web Folders.
unshare
unstack
Web Folders
dielen opheffe
net mear steapelje
Webmappen
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Diagnostics
Windows Diagnostics
Diagnostyske data
Windows Diagnostyske data
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Aero
Aero
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A codename for a Windows Vista user interface.
Authentic, Energetic,
Reflective, and Open
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A wizard that allows third-party developers to achieve the same look in their dialog boxes as
Aero.
A security feature of Windows Vista that allows users with administrator accounts to perform
common tasks only with limited privileges. This makes the system less vulnerable to viruses.
Aero Wizard
Aero-helper
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UAC
UAC
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A security feature of Windows Vista that allows users with administrator accounts to perform
common tasks only with limited privileges. This makes the system less vulnerable to viruses.
User Account Control
Behear fan brûkersaccounts
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A lightweight and task-specific add-in program that integrates with applications to expose data
at a glance.
gadget
gadget
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The process of confirming that data passing into the system is correct and complies with
predefined rules, definitions, or parameters. All data, whether entered manually or received
electronically, must be validated before it can be accepted into the database and before
processing can proceed.
validation
falidaasje
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A device that creates or initiates requests or events.
initiator
A technology that enables computers to communicate directly with each other over the Internet People Near Me
or a private network without the need for a server.
inisjator
Lju neiby
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Noun
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de
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Plural
Noun
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A feature that enables quick, face-to-face collaboration for two to ten people with computers
Windows Collaboration
running Windows Vista. You can share documents, your desktop, or a program, and you can coedit handouts.
Windows Gearwurking
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A secondary or auxiliary display that enables users to view useful data by using gadgets.
SideShow
SideShow
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Noun
Product/Technology NaA secondary or auxiliary display that enables users to view useful data by using gadgets.
Windows SideShow
Windows SideShow
Noun
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Singular
Noun
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A filter that helps to identify fraudulent Web sites and protect against personal data theft.
Phishing Filter
Phishingfilter
Noun
it
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Noun
UI String
A wizard that guides the user through installing a printer on their network.
helper Netwurkprinter-ynstallaasje
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A Web site that impersonates a trustworthy Web site to obtain user's personal or financial
information.
Network Printer
Installation Wizard
phishing website
phishingwebstee
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Noun
UI String
A Control Panel item that allows the user to view saved networks and reconnect to them.
Saved networks
Bewarre netwurken
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A wizard that helps the user to adjust their speakers for the best sound by running automatic
calibration tests for levels, delay, and frequency response.
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A technology that allows for ease of creating a new or expanding an existing wireless network.
This setup can be done automatically using a USB flash driver or manually through a Wireless
Network Setup wizard.
Speaker Calibration
helper foar ôfstimmen Lûdsprekkers
Wizard
Windows Connect Now Windows Triedleaze ferbining meitsje
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An image organization and viewing feature of Windows.
Windows Photo Gallery Windows Fotogalery
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A control panel that provides the status of your network and access to networking activities.
Network Center
Netwurksintrum
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OneX
OneX
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802.1X
802.1X
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A standard for authentication using port-based network access control designed to increase
security on wired or wireless LAN.
A standard for authentication using port-based network access control designed to increase
security on wired or wireless LAN.
A standard for authentication using port-based network access control designed to increase
security on wired or wireless LAN.
IEEE 802.1x befeiligingsstandert
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IEEE 802.1x security
standard
component
komponint
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Feature of Windows that checks for problems associated with network connections.
Feature of Windows that checks for problems associated with network connections.
Noun
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An organizational feature of Windows that displays a panel on the side of the desktop with
Windows Sidebar
shortcuts to mini-applications, also known as gadgets. The examples of such gadgets are local
weather, a photo slideshow, a dictionary, news headlines, and a Windows Media Player control.
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A codename for a Windows Vista user interface.
Other
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Noun
UI String
Noun
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Noun
In general, a modular unit of code that acts as part of a larger system or structure. For COM, a
unit of code built to deliver a well-specified set of services through well-specified interfaces. A
component provides an object that a client requests at runtime.
Adjective
Full Form
Pertaining to time on a schedule when a person may participate in a scheduled task.
tentative
foarriedich
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layout
opmaak
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The arrangement of elements, such as title and subtitle text, lists, pictures, tables, charts,
AutoShapes, and movies, on a page or slide.
A button that opens Sync Center.
Open Sync Center
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A power source for a portable device.
battery
akku
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A feature of Windows Vista that gives the user quick access to useful information on their
computer, such as calendar appointments and the latest e-mail message even when the
computer is in standby mode or hibernating, media playback control when the computer is off,
and other application notifications.
auxiliary display
helpbyldskerm
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A computer monitor that supplements the main monitor.
additional display
ekstra byldskerm
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A computer monitor that supplements the main monitor.
A Control Panel icon in Windows Vista that takes user to the Power Options dialog box where
the user can manage the battery life settings.
external display
Power Options
ekstern byldskerm
Enerzjybehear
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A software that was installed on the system without user's consent.
unwanted software
net-winske software
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A feature of Parental Controls that allows users to block Web sites that they don't want to view. Web restrictions
Websneupbeheinings
Noun
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UI String
A Control Panel icon in Windows Vista that includes features like Game Rating and Activity
Reporting to enable parents to limit and monitor the activities performed on the computer.
Parental Controls
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Display Properties
Ynstellings fan byldskerm
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An icon in Windows Vista Control Panel that opens a dialog allowing user to change display
options including screen resolution, refresh rate, color depth, and orientation.
A Windows Vista tool that assists users in moving their data (documents and settings) to the
new environment.
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A voluntary worldwide community of Windows AntiSpyware users that plays a key role in
SpyNet
determining which suspicious programs are classified as spyware by reporting potential
spyware to Microsoft. Any user can choose to join SpyNet. Signatures are created for programs
that are identified as spyware and made available to all users.
SpyNet
Noun
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UI String
A feature that allows you to set up your computer so that when you insert a CD or DVD, it will
play automatically and you won't have to select your preferences every time.
AutoPlay
Automatysk ôfspylje
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A general class of software used to detect spyware and sometimes remove it.
An enhanced spell-check feature that looks at words before or after the word in question to
assess proper usage. This allows the software to flag correctly-spelled words as 'wrong' if the
usage appears to be incorrect.
antispyware
Contextual Spelling
antyspyware
kontekstuele stavering
Noun
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de
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Noun
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databalke
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Noun
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A graphical bar (think bar charts) displayed in each cell. The length of the bar is related to the
data bar
cell’s value.
A pane that displays document property information for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files
Document Information
stored in a WSS library. The pane is displayed below the ribbon and is actually a hosted custom Panel
InfoPath form. Information is synced automatically between the document and the WSS library.
Dokumintynformaasjeskerm
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it
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Noun
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Fluchsykjen
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it
Singular
Noun
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A feature that enables users to quickly find information in any of the Outlook modules, based on Instant Search
continually updated indexes.
A dialog used to view and verify the form logic and its behavior. It can show the logic either for Logic Inspector
the whole form, or for a particular node/control, and displays information organized in the
following sections: Data Validation, Calculated Default Values, Rules, and Programming.
Because the information is summarized in a centralized view, the user doesn't have to click
through multiple dialogs.
Logikakontrôle
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UI String
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Mark as Final
Quick Styles
Oanjaan as Definityf
Flugge opmaak
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RSS Subscriptions
RSS-abonneminten
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Structured References
Strukturearre ferwizings
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
UI String
The name of a pane at the bottom of the Calendar module where tasks are displayed. Tasks
Daily Task List
that are completed on a particular day "stick" to the day and are shown as a record of what work
was performed on that day. Tasks not completed roll over to the next day and accumulate until
completed.
Taaklist Hjoed
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A feature in Office Server that provides a workflow for document review.
A customizable toolbar on the ribbon UI that provides one-click access to commands.
A set of pre-defined content and formatting information that can be reused and applied to new
documents to insert references, citations, headers/footers, text boxes or other content.
Document Review
Quick Access Toolbar
building block
Dokumint redigearjen
Arkbalke Flugge Tagong
Boustiennebehear
Noun
Noun
Noun
it
de
it
Singular
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Noun
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A type of column in structured lists whose values are computed based on data from one or
more other columns.
calculated column
berekkene kolom
Noun
de
Singular
An option that applies a read-only state to a document inside client applications.
A feature that allows the user to select from a gallery of pre-defined formatting styles and apply
them quickly to tables, text, charts, drawing objects and IGX graphics.
A feature that enables a user to capture all of the RSS feeds they subscribe to in a folder that
automatically updates at specified intervals.
A formula syntax that allows the user to refer to list and pivot data in a friendlier way.
Windows Easy Transfer Windows Easy Transfer
A menu item with options that can be applied to a file before it is shared with others (e.g. 'Mark
as Final' or 'Add a Digital Signature').
The inability to perform two or more activities because they have been scheduled to occur
during the same time period and with the same resource or resources.
A monitoring option in real-time spyware protection that monitors various types and areas of
software activity on your computer.
Finish
Ôfmeitsje
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conflict
konflikt
Noun
it
Singular
agent
agint
Noun
de
Singular
Full Form
A common point of entry for spyware guarded by an agent. Examples of checkpoints include
Startup Folder, dial up connections, Wi-Fi connections, Internet Safe Sites, Winsock Layered
Service Providers, Windows Messenger Service, and SPAM Zombie prevention.
checkpoint
kontrôlepunt
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A file containing information that the user either requires or will find informative and that might readme file
not have been included in the documentation. Readme files are placed on disk in plain-text form
(without extraneous or program-specific characters) so that they can be read easily be a variety
of word processing programs.
Lês-dit-bestân
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A file containing information that the user either requires or will find informative and that might README
not have been included in the documentation. Readme files are placed on disk in plain-text form
(without extraneous or program-specific characters) so that they can be read easily be a variety
of word processing programs.
LÊS-DIT
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style
styl
Noun
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Singular
Noun
Full Form
A set of formatting characteristics that you can apply to text, tables, and lists in your document
to quickly change their appearance.
A note or annotation that an author or reviewer adds to a document.
comment
kommintaar
Noun
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Singular
Noun
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yndeks
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Oerskriuwmoadus
XML-skema
Noun
Noun
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Adjective
Noun
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Abbreviated Form
nul
AES
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Advanced Encryption Standard
Noun
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Singular
Noun
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edutainment
Noun
it
Singular
byldkwaliteit
Noun
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Singular
Verb
UI String
Noun
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Noun
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Noun
An alphabetical list of key words and phrases that are discussed in a document or other source, index
along with page numbers or links to the related content.
A setting in which existing characters are replaced with newly typed characters.
Overtype mode
A formal specification, written in XML, that defines the structure of an XML document, including XML schema
element names and rich data types, which elements can appear in combination, and which
attributes are available for each element.
Describes a value that indicates missing or unknown data.
A cryptographic algorithm specified by the National Institute of Standards and Technology
(NIST) to protect sensitive information.
A cryptographic algorithm specified by the National Institute of Standards and Technology
(NIST) to protect sensitive information.
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AES
Advanced Encryption
Standard
Multimedia content in software, on CD-ROM, or on a Web site that purports to educate the user edutainment
as well as entertain.
fidelity
Noun
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The degree of precision and exactness with which one entity represents another.
Noun
Abbreviated Form
HDMI
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A digital interface specification for delivering digital content and connecting consumer electronic HDMI
devices.
A digital interface specification for delivering digital content and connecting consumer electronic high-density multichip
devices.
interconnect
high-density multichip interconnect
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A digital interface specification for delivering digital content and connecting consumer electronic high-definition
devices.
multimedia interface
high-definition multimedia interface
Noun
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Noun
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lint
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
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An element that replaces most menus, toolbars, and task panes. The ribbon features taskribbon
based tabs that contain tools and options organized into logical groups.
A software control that incorporates ActiveX technology. An ActiveX control can be used to add ActiveX control
specialized functionality, such as animation or a pop-up menu, to Web pages, desktop
applications, and software development tools.
ActiveX-bestjoeringselemint
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it
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Noun
Full Form
A tool used to edit the content of web pages that the customer has created with Office Live.
Websidebewurker
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A tool that provides detailed Web site statistics and reports related to the subscriber's Web site. Site Reports
Websteerapporteur
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A security method used by wireless networks. WPA encrypts the information that is sent
between computers on a wireless network and authenticates users to help ensure that only
authorized people can access the network.
WPA
WPA
Noun
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A security method used by wireless networks. WPA encrypts the information that is sent
between computers on a wireless network and authenticates users to help ensure that only
authorized people can access the network.
Wi-Fi Protected Access Wi-Fi Protected Access
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Abbreviated Form
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A wireless implementation and the second generation of WPA security that is based on the final WPA2
WPA2
IEEE 802.11i amendment to the 802.11 standard.
A wireless implementation and the second generation of WPA security that is based on the final Wi-Fi Protected Access Wi-Fi Protected Access 2
IEEE 802.11i amendment to the 802.11 standard.
2
Noun
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Noun
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Noun
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Page Editor
An audio effect setting that allows users with stereo headphones to experience stereo and multi- Virtualization Mode
channel content without the need to set up an extensive multi-channel speaker system.
moadus Firtualisaasje
Noun
Full Form
An audio effect setting that allows users with stereo headphones to experience stereo and multi- Headphone
channel content without the need to set up an extensive multi-channel speaker system.
Virtualization mode
moadus Koptelefoanfirtualisaasje
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de
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Noun
Abbreviated Form
An industry-standard one-way, 128-bit hashing scheme, developed by RSA Data Security, Inc., MD5
and used by various Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) vendors for encrypted authentication.
MD5
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An encryption algorithm that uses a 56-bit key and maps a 64-bit input block to a 64-bit output
block. The key appears to be a 64-bit key, but one bit in each of the eight bytes is used for odd
parity, resulting in 56 bits of usable key.
DES
DES
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An encryption algorithm that uses a 56-bit key and maps a 64-bit input block to a 64-bit output
block. The key appears to be a 64-bit key, but one bit in each of the eight bytes is used for odd
parity, resulting in 56 bits of usable key.
Data Encryption
Standard
Data Encryption Standard
Noun
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Noun
Abbreviated Form
A proposed standard digital rights management (DRM) markup language which enables users
to specify rights and conditions associated with resources, such as digital content or Web
services.
XrML
XrML
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A proposed standard digital rights management (DRM) markup language which enables users
to specify rights and conditions associated with resources, such as digital content or Web
services.
extensible rights markup extensible rights markup language
language
Noun
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Noun
Abbreviated Form
PRF
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A function that takes a key, label, and seed as input, then produces an output of arbitrary
length.
A function that takes a key, label, and seed as input, then produces an output of arbitrary
length.
pseudo-random function pseudo-random function
Noun
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Abbreviated Form
MPEG-7
MPEG-7
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MCDI
MCDI
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A standard of video compression and file format developed by the Moving Pictures Experts
Group for description and search of multimedia content data.
A standard of video compression and file format developed by the Moving Pictures Experts
Group for description and search of multimedia content data.
A standard of video compression and file format developed by the Moving Pictures Experts
Group for description and search of multimedia content data.
de
Singular
UI String
A Movie Maker tool that helps users quickly create a movie by analyzing the video, pictures,
and music that a user selects, and then combining those to create a movie.
Multimedia Content Description
Interface
Automatyske film
Noun
Noun
Multimedia Content
Description Interface
AutoMovie
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UI String
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A title animation in Windows Movie Maker.
The speed at which the CD drive will record the data.
Basic Title
CD burner speed
Basistitel
faasje fan cd-brâner
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Noun
Noun
Noun
UI String
UI String
UI String
UI String
Full Form
A credit animation in Windows Movie Maker.
A title animation in Windows Movie Maker.
A title animation in Windows Movie Maker.
A title animation in Windows Movie Maker.
A new visual style applicable to controls for the Start menu and the taskbar that allows users to
personalize the look of Windows. With the introduction of glass window borders in Windows
Vista, users can now customize the color, intensity, and opacity of their window borders.
Exploding
Exploding Outline
Flashing
Fly Out
glass
Ûntploffend
Ûntploffende omtrek
Flitsen
Útfleane
glês
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Noun
Verb
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trochsichtichheid
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UI String
The appearance of the Start menu and the taskbar after the glass visual style has been applied glassiness
to customize the color, intensity, and opacity of window borders.
A credit or title animation in Windows Movie Maker.
Mirror
Spegelje
Verb
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Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
UI String
UI String
UI String
UI String
UI String
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
PRF
News Banner
Newspaper
Paint Drip
Smudge Stick
Sports Scoreboard
Krantekop
Krante
Fervedrippen
Feie mei stift
Skoareboerd
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Noun
Noun
Verb
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UI String
UI String
UI String
UI String
A title animation in Windows Movie Maker.
A title animation in Windows Movie Maker.
A title animation in Windows Movie Maker.
A filter effect in Windows Movie Maker.
A title animation in Windows Movie Maker that makes the title slide in from the top and then
quickly disappear.
A title animation in Windows Movie Maker.
A title animation in Windows Movie Maker.
A title animation in Windows Movie Maker.
A title animation in Windows Movie Maker.
A credit animation in Windows Movie Maker.
Stretch
Subtitle
Ticker Tape
Typewriter
Video Left
Útrekke
Ûndertitel
Nijsrigel
Typmasine
Fideo Lofts
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Noun
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A credit animation in Windows Movie Maker.
Video Top
Fideo Boppe
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A computer protocol used to authenticate users on a Microsoft Windows network.
A computer protocol used to authenticate users on a Microsoft Windows network.
NTLM
Windows NT LAN Manager
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A protocol that establishes the security association and shared keys necessary for two parties
to communicate by using Internet Protocol security (IPSec).
A protocol that establishes the security association and shared keys necessary for two parties
to communicate by using Internet Protocol security (IPSec).
NTLM
Windows NT LAN
Manager
IKE
Internet Key Exchange
Internet Key Exchange
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
UI String
Fideo ymportearje
Verb
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A feature of Windows that imports digital video to your computer from digital video cameras and Import Video
other sources.
Noun
Full Form
In computer graphics, a display method in which a viewing window on the screen scans
horizontally or vertically, like a camera, to bring offscreen extensions of the current image
smoothly into view.
pan
pan
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A small, Internet Protocol (IP)-based network. It is usually used for short-range, ad-hoc
communication between devices and computers. A PAN may also be used to enable
connectivity to a larger Local Area Network (LAN), Wide-Area Network (WAN), or the Internet.
Windows XP supports the Bluetooth PAN service so you can create Personal Area Networks
using Bluetooth.
PAN
PAN
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A small, Internet Protocol (IP)-based network. It is usually used for short-range, ad-hoc
communication between devices and computers. A PAN may also be used to enable
connectivity to a larger Local Area Network (LAN), Wide-Area Network (WAN), or the Internet.
Windows XP supports the Bluetooth PAN service so you can create Personal Area Networks
using Bluetooth.
Personal Area Network Personal Area Network
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A common programming interface to the lower-level system area network (SAN)
implementations, developed by Microsoft. WSD sits underneath the standard WinSock
application programming interface (API), but bypasses the kernel networking layers to talk
directly to the SAN hardware. Because WSD sits underneath the existing WinSock API, IT
departments can deploy applications in a SAN environment without modifying the applications.
WSD
WSD
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A common programming interface to the lower-level system area network (SAN)
implementations, developed by Microsoft. WSD sits underneath the standard WinSock
application programming interface (API), but bypasses the kernel networking layers to talk
directly to the SAN hardware. Because WSD sits underneath the existing WinSock API, IT
departments can deploy applications in a SAN environment without modifying the applications.
WinSock direct
WinSock direct
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A record of the computer's system settings and files at a specific moment in time.
protection point
befeiligingspunt
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
IAS
IAS
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
A part of an IrDA infrared communication protocol used so that devices can learn about the
services offered by another device.
A part of an IrDA infrared communication protocol used so that devices can learn about the
services offered by another device.
Information Access Service
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Client software that integrates with the Quarantine Agent to provide system policy checks and
to update system state. It declares health (patch state, virus signature, system configuration,
etc.). An SHA can communicate with a remediation server directly or use the facilities of
installed client software.
Information Access
Service
SHA
SHA
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
Client software that integrates with the Quarantine Agent to provide system policy checks and
to update system state. It declares health (patch state, virus signature, system configuration,
etc.). An SHA can communicate with a remediation server directly or use the facilities of
installed client software.
System Health Agent
Systeemstatusagint
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
persoanlike ynstellings
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
Full Form
A set of strategies for adjusting the recognizer to an individual’s user’s handwriting, e.g. the
personalization
shapes of their characters or the specific words they use and don’t use.
The recognizer specific part of the shape trainer. Typically every recognizer claiming to support Shape Client
shape personalization must supply a Shape Client DLL. All the Microsoft Latin recognizers will
all use the same Shape Client.
Shape Client
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
A person who is involved in the creation of content. For example editors, technical reviewers
and subject matter experts are contributors.
A person who is allowed to view and read content.
The process of merging information into a document from a data source, such as an address
book or database, to create customized documents, such as form letters or mailing labels.
contributor
meiwurker
Noun
de
Singular
reader
mail merge
lêzer
ôfprint gearfoegje
Noun
Verb
de
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A dialog box that allows users to add/remove/organize the list of bibliographic information for
the document
A fraction that is written on a single line: the numerator is placed on the left, followed by the
fraction bar, and the denominator on the right. Example: 3/4
A fraction that is written on a downward angle: the diagonal fraction bar is placed down and to
the right of the numerator, and the denominator is slightly down and to the right of the fraction
bar.
Source Manager
Boarnebehear
Noun
it
Singular
linear fraction
lineêre breuk
Noun
de
Singular
skewed fraction
skeane breuk
Noun
de
Singular
A fraction that is written vertically with the numerator on the top and the denominator below,
with a horizontal fraction bar between them.
A feature that may be able to identify the root cause of crashes if an Office application is
repeatedly crashing.
A PowerPoint view mode that allows the presenter to have more control over the slide show
presentation. Examples of options are the ability to show slides out of sequence and or to view
timings and speaker notes on your own monitor while projecting a full-screen slide or black
screen for the audience.
stacked fraction
steapele breuk
Noun
de
Singular
Office Diagnostics
Diagnostyske data fan Office
Noun
de
Plural
Presenter View
Werjefte foar presintator
Noun
de
Singular
Any measurable, tangible, verifiable outcome, result, or item that must be produced to complete
a project or part of a project.
A set of individual strokes in the Unicode Standard used to compose Chinese/Japanese/Korean
(CJK) ideographs.
A Unicode script used to write the Tai Lue language. A simplified version of Old Tai Lue /
Lanna.
A Unicode script used to write certain Berber languages.
deliverable
fereaske resultaat
Noun
it
Singular
CJK Strokes
CJK-foarms
Noun
de
Plural
New Tai Lue
Nij Tai Lue
Noun
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Tifinagh
Tifinagh
Noun
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Microsoft Office
InterConnect
flyout anchor
Microsoft Office InterConnect
Noun
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ferfolchmenu-anker
Noun
it
Singular
banded
ferbûn
Adjective
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VSTA
VSTA
Noun
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Microsoft® Visual
Studio® Tools for
Applications
Visual Studio Tools for
Applications
Microsoft® Visual Studio® Tools for
Applications
Noun
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Visual Studio Tools for Applications
Noun
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A device used to connect wireless computers and other wireless devices to a wired network.
access point
tagongspunt
Noun
it
Singular
Full Form
A temporary network used for sharing files or an Internet connection. In an ad hoc network,
computers and devices are connected directly to each other instead of to a hub or router.
ad hoc network
tydlik netwurk
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A temporary network used for sharing files or an Internet connection. In an ad hoc network,
computers and devices are connected directly to each other instead of to a hub or router.
computer-to-computer
network
kompjûter-nei-kompjûternetwurk
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
UI String
Character Map
Spesjale tekens
Noun
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Noun
Noun
UI String
Full Form
Classic view
definitions
Klassike werjefte
definysjes
Noun
Noun
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Plural
Noun
Abbreviated Form
IMAP
IMAP
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
A feature in Windows that makes it possible to use characters that are not displayed on the
keyboard.
The display of Windows so that it looks and works like it did in previous versions.
Files which are used to help detect harmful or unwanted software and to prevent it from
installing or running on your computer.
A method computers use to send and receive e-mail messages. It allows you to access e-mail
without downloading it to your computer.
A method computers use to send and receive e-mail messages. It allows you to access e-mail
without downloading it to your computer.
Internet Message Access Protocol
Noun
it
Singular
Adjective
Full Form
Intended to deceive.
Internet Message
Access Protocol
fraudulent
ferrifeljend
Adjective
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Noun
Noun
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
passphrase
RDP
wachtwurdsin
RDP
Noun
Noun
de
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Singular
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Noun
Full Form
A word or string of characters used to control access to a wireless network.
A standard set of communication rules used by computers that enables you to use your
computer to connect to a computer located elsewhere.
A standard set of communication rules used by computers that enables you to use your
computer to connect to a computer located elsewhere.
Remote Desktop Protocol
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A unique set of letters or numbers that identifies a wireless network. For a computer or device
to connect to a wireless network, it must supply that network’s SSID. An SSID can be up to 32
characters. SSIDs are sometimes called network names.
Remote Desktop
Protocol
SSID
SSID
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
A unique set of letters or numbers that identifies a wireless network. For a computer or device
to connect to a wireless network, it must supply that network’s SSID. An SSID can be up to 32
characters. SSIDs are sometimes called network names.
service set identifier
serviceset-identifisearder
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A type of user account that allows users to install software and change system settings that do
not affect other users or the security of the computer. This account type is recommended for
daily use.
standard account
standert account
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A problem that prevents sync from completing. Sync errors are typically caused by problems
with the device, network folder, or other computer you are trying to sync with.
sync error
syngronisaasjeflater
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
systeemaksje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An event triggered by Windows system components that is recorded in the system log, such as system event
the failure of a driver or other system component to load during startup.
A file system defined by the Optical Storage Technology Association (OSTA) that is the
Universal Disk Format
successor to the CD-ROM file system (CDFS). UDF is used for removable disk media like DVD,
CD, and magneto-optic (MO) disks.
Universal Disk Format
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A file system defined by the Optical Storage Technology Association (OSTA) that is the
UDF
successor to the CD-ROM file system (CDFS). UDF is used for removable disk media like DVD,
CD, and magneto-optic (MO) disks.
UDF
Noun
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Full Form
A small device used to store information. USB flash drives plug into computer USB ports so you USB flash drive
can copy information to or from them, making it easy to share and transport information.
USB-flashstasjon
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A commonly used file format for storing contact information. Contacts that use the vCard format vCard
are stored as .vcf files. The vCard format is used for contacts in the Windows Address Book in
Windows XP, but not for contacts in Windows Vista.
vCard
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A security protocol designed for use with wireless networks. WEP encrypts the information that WEP
is sent between computers on a wireless network. WEP is not as secure as the more recent
protocol, Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA).
WEP
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
A security protocol designed for use with wireless networks. WEP encrypts the information that Wired Equivalent
is sent between computers on a wireless network. WEP is not as secure as the more recent
Privacy
protocol, Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA).
Wired Equivalent Privacy
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The state in which users fill out forms when working offline.
offlinemoadus
Noun
de
Singular
Other
Product/Technology NaA program that enables users to send and receive business card information digitally. Data
storage is shared with Outlook.
Noun
Full Form
A button-like control in the ribbon that pops up a menu with more options when clicked.
Adjective
Full Form
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Characterized by row or column-specific formatting. Often describes rows or columns of data
that use alternating colors or shading to enhance readability.
[TaxMan] A family of Microsoft Visual Studio add-in software that allows developers to use
Visual Basic and Visual C# to develop and customize applications built on the Microsoft .NET
Framework.
Noun
Product/Technology Na[TaxMan] A family of Microsoft Visual Studio add-in software that allows developers to use
Visual Basic and Visual C# to develop and customize applications built on the Microsoft .NET
Framework.
Noun
Product/Technology Na[TaxMan] A family of Microsoft Visual Studio add-in software that allows developers to use
Visual Basic and Visual C# to develop and customize applications built on the Microsoft .NET
Framework.
Noun
Full Form
Noun
offline mode
A line that separates the numerator and denominator of a fraction.
A tool for accessing right-click menus and targeting small pieces of the interface using touch
input.
A utility in Windows Vista that presents a view of all PCs, devices, and printers on the network,
and is significantly faster and more reliable than My Network Places in Windows XP.
fraction bar
Touch Pointer
dielteken
oanrekkingsoanwizer
Noun
Noun
it
de
Singular
Singular
Network Explorer
Netwurksneuper
Noun
de
Singular
The main pages in Microsoft Office Live where subscribers can view and access their services
as well as statistics regarding their accounts.
A feature of Microsoft Office Live that provides Web-based applications in a central location to
help businesses manage sales, customer relationships, projects, employees, and company
functions.
Overview
Oersjoch
Noun
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Business Applications
Saaklike tapassings
Noun
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Administraasje
Noun
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Getting Started
Oan it wurk
Verb
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Start Here
Begjin hjir
Verb
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beäntwurder
taakdielfinster
Noun
Noun
de
it
Singular
Singular
Stacked Column
Steapele Kolom
Noun
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Stacked Bar
Steapele Balke
Noun
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series line
rigeline
Noun
de
Singular
recipient
radar chart
proofing tools
page setup
ûntfanger
radardiagram
taalstipe
bledsideynstelling
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
de
it
de
de
Singular
Singular
Singular
Singular
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
A chart that shows the relationship of individual items to the whole. It is also available with a 3-D
visual effect.
In 2-D stacked bar and column charts, a line that connects the data markers in a data series
and is used to emphasize the difference in measurement between each series.
The individual or account to whom an item is sent.
A type of chart that compares the aggregate values of a number of data series.
A collection of tools such as a spelling checker, grammar checker, and thesaurus.
A group of settings that affect how a file is printed on the page. Includes paper size and
orientation, page margins, headers and footers.
An electronic version of a user guide or manual that will release with the software.
Personal configurations of a program or operating system.
A circular or pamphlet for distribution, normally used for advertisements.
A personal record of experiences, occurrances or proceedings, like a Baby Book or Life Book.
online manual
personal settings
flyer
journal
online hânboek
persoanlike ynstellings
struibledsje
lochboek
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
it
de
it
it
Singular
Plural
Singular
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
A report containing news or information, can be printed or distributed electronically.
A summary of one's academic and work history, usually submitted with a job application.
newsletter
CV
nijsbrief
cv
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it
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Noun
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A summary of one's academic and work history, usually submitted with a job application.
resume
cv
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A summary of one's academic and work history, usually submitted with a job application.
curriculum vitae
curriculum vitae
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
The sender's address, to which a letter or parcel can be returned if undeliverable.
Product/Technology NaAn application for creating and manipulating text-based documents that organizes data values
using cells, where the relationships between cells are defined by formulas and are viewed in
rows and colums.
return address
Spreadsheet
ôfstjoerdersadres
Rekkenblêd
Noun
Noun
it
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Singular
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Noun
Full Form
The path to an object, document, file, page, or other destination. An address can be a URL
(Web address) or a UNC path (network address), and can include a specific location within a
file, such as a bookmark within a document or a cell range within a spreadsheet.
address
adres
Noun
it
Singular
Adjective
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
manual
cover letter
hânboek
begeliedend brief
Noun
Noun
it
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
UI String
Task Launcher
Taak Starter
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
Trojan dropper
Trojaanske-hynderstruier
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Pertaining to a process that is performed by a person, rather than automated.
A letter that serves to introduce accompanying documents to the recipient. Often refers to a
letter sent with a resume when applying for a job.
The starting point for all Works programs, contacts, appointments, templates and projects in
one easy to use location.
A type of Trojan that drops other files, which are usually themselves Trojans, onto compromised
computers.
A type of Trojan that installs a proxy server on a machine providing what appears to be an
uninterrupted Internet connection while allowing unauthorized access to an affected machine.
Trojan proxy server
Trojaanske-proxyserver
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A type of Trojan that silently installs other malicious programs onto the compromised computer. Trojan downloader
Trojaanske-hynderynlader
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A type of Trojan used to notify an attacker when the software has been installed.
Trojan notifier
Trojaanske-hyndermelder
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A type of Trojan that captures or transmits passwords to an attacker.
password stealer
netwurksneuper
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
UI String
Noun
UI String
Noun
UI String
A feature of Microsoft Office Live Web sites and Shared Sites that allows users to restore their Administration
Web site or Shared Sites from backups maintained on Microsoft servers. This feature also
allows users to switch to Microsoft FrontPage for creating their Web pages and to select a time
zone for their Shared Sites.
Noun
Full Form
Instructions for setting up and preparing the device for first use.
Noun
UI String
A phrase that clearly indicates to the customer to begin reading instructions at this point.
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A device that reacts or responds to requests or events.
responder
A window within an Office application that provides commonly used commands. Its location and task pane
small size allow you to use these commands while still working on your files.
Noun
UI String
A chart that shows the relationship of individual items to the whole, comparing the contribution
of each value to a total across categories. It is also available with a 3-D visual effect.
Noun
UI String
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
joke program
ferrifelprogramma
Noun
it
Singular
Full Form
Full Form
A program designed to amuse or scare a user, for example by imitating the actions of a virus,
without actually harming the computer.
In computer games, an additional score or points given for efficient play.
A program that installs other potentially unwanted software, such as adware or spyware. The
license agreement of the bundling program may require these other components in order to
function.
efficiency bonus
software bundler
efficiencyboanus
ynstallaasjeprogramma
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Adjective
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Pertaining to a type of Trojan used to bypass a computer's security policies.
Software that changes browser settings, such as the home page, without adequate consent.
backdoor
browser modifier
efterbaks
sneuperoanpasser
Adjective
Noun
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Singular
Noun
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A type of Trojan that uses a computer’s modem to create unauthorized telephone charges.
dialer
kiezer
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A type of Trojan that overwhelms an e-mail inbox with messages.
A type of Trojan that overwhelms an e-mail inbox with messages.
e-mail flooder
Trojan mass mailer
bulk-e-mailprogramma
Trojaanske e-mailbulkferstjoerder
Noun
Noun
it
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A program used to distribute and download files, often as part of a peer-to-peer (P2P) network. file sharing program
programma om bestannen te dielen
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Software that monitors activity, such as keystrokes or screen images. These programs are
often installed by the computer owner or administrator, and are only a threat if they are
unexpected.
monitoring software
kontrôlesoftware
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Software designed to provide access to a computer from a remote location. These programs
are often installed by the computer owner or administrator, and are only a risk if unexpected.
remote control software programma om ekstern te bestjoeren
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
Software that changes settings without adequate consent.
A detailed summary of one's academic and work history and experience, including information
about research, publications, and/or academic or personal interests and achievements.
settings modifier
CV
ynstellingsparameter
cv
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de
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Noun
Full Form
A detailed summary of one's academic and work history and experience, including information
about research, publications, and/or academic or personal interests and achievements.
curriculum vitae
curriculum vitae
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Verb
Full Form
UI String
share
Shut Down
dielde map
Ôfslute
Noun
Verb
de
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Singular
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Noun
Full Form
A directory or folder made available to users over the network.
A menu item that provides options for restarting or turning off your computer, or for activating
Stand By or Hibernate modes.
A feature that allows you to send a snapshot of your calendar to someone outside your
Exchange organization and allow them to see the data on your calendar and schedule against
it.
Calendar Snapshot
Momintopname fan aginda
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
drawing object
tekenobjekt
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
complex number
kompleks getal
Noun
it
Singular
Verb
UI String
Any graphic you draw or insert, which can be changed and enhanced. Drawing objects include
AutoShapes, curves, lines, and WordArt.
A number in the form a + bi, where a and b are real numbers and i = sqrt(-1) , so that bi is
imaginary unless b = 0.
A button on the message toolbar that compares the names in the To, Cc, and Bcc boxes
against the names in the Address Book and against those contact folders that you've specified
as Outlook Address Books.
Check Names
Nammen kontrolearje
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
Words or phrases that convey hatred or contempt or is intended to intimidate or cause harm to
a group of people based on race, religion, ethnic origin, sexual orientation or disability.
hate speech
haattaal
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The Windows technology that collects data on system crashes/hangs and sends it to Microsoft. Windows Error
Windows Flaterrapportaazje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Noun
Reporting
Noun
Full Form
The Windows technology that manages information to help Microsoft create solutions to noncritical problems (problems that do not cause programs, services, or components to stop
working).
Windows Problem
Reporting
Windows Swierrichhederapportaazje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A utility in Windows for managing files and information such as photos, documents or the
Control Panel.
Explorer
Sneuper
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
sneupen mei tabblêden
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A function of some Web browsers that allows users to surf and view multiple pages by loading tabbed browsing
Web sites into sections (or tabs) of one page, rather than multiple pages.
A new business model enabled by Software Licensing Services (SLS) technology which allows WAU
a digital lincense to determine what features are enabled or disabled allowing Microsoft to sell
either additional licenses or product upgrades through digital licenses (PUP-DL). Customers
may either buy full packaged product (FPP) or upgrade quickly and conveniently electronically.
WAU
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
A new business model enabled by Software Licensing Services (SLS) technology which allows Windows Anytime
a digital lincense to determine what features are enabled or disabled allowing Microsoft to sell Upgrade
either additional licenses or product upgrades through digital licenses (PUP-DL). Customers
may either buy full packaged product (FPP) or upgrade quickly and conveniently electronically.
Windows Antytime Upgrade
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
digital license
digitale lisinsje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
UI String
UI String
A package of signed XML files which Software Licensing Services (SLS) recognizes and uses
to activate the product.
A filter effect in Windows Movie Maker.
A filter effect in Windows Movie Maker.
Ease In
Ease Out
Ôfnimme nei binnen
Ôfnimme nei bûten
Verb
Verb
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Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
UI String
UI String
UI String
UI String
UI String
UI String
UI String
UI String
UI String
Full Form
A filter effect in Windows Movie Maker.
A filter effect in Windows Movie Maker.
A filter effect in Windows Movie Maker.
A filter effect in Windows Movie Maker.
A filter effect in Windows Movie Maker.
A filter effect in Windows Movie Maker.
A filter effect in Windows Movie Maker.
A filter effect in Windows Movie Maker.
A filter effect in Windows Movie Maker.
A parameter in the Perlin Noise function which is used to scale the amount of force from the
vector field that is applied to the images.
Film Grain
Pixelate
Posterize
Rotate 180
Rotate 270
Rotate 90
Sepia Tone
Threshold
Watercolor
turbulence force
Filmkerl
Yn piksels omsette
Skakearrings minderje
180 graden draaie
270 graden draaie
90 graden draaie
Sepiatint
Drompel
Wetterferve
turbulence force
Noun
Verb
Verb
Verb
Verb
Verb
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
A parameter in the Perlin Noise function which controls how fast the vector field is changing.
turbulence speed
turbulence speed
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A process that reduces piracy by ensuring compliance with licensing terms. During product
activation, the product key is matched with the individual computer on which the software is
installed. It does this by validating the product key, and checks that it has not been used with
more than the licensed number of computers.
activation
aktivearring
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A feature set in Windows Vista that allows parents and individuals to customize key aspects of Family Safety
their online and computing experience as they feel appropriate for their child and/or themselves,
namely people they interact with and information they see.
Âlderlik tafersjoch
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A pigment ink/cartridge used in digital printing which provides resistance to water, fading and
smudging, thus producing photographic prints with uniform gloss coverage.
gloss optimizer
glânsoptimalisaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A tool which enables users to automatically perform routine tasks on a chosen computer by
monitoring whatever criteria the users choose to initiate the tasks (referred to as triggers) and
then executing the tasks when the criteria is met.
Task Scheduler
Task Scheduler
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
CPI
CPI
Noun
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Noun
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A programming interface used to build and maintain unattended installation answer files and
configuration sets by adding security fixes, changing drivers, and so forth.
A programming interface used to build and maintain unattended installation answer files and
configuration sets by adding security fixes, changing drivers, and so forth.
Component Platform Interface
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Component Platform
Interface
Terminal Services
Terminal Services
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
Verb
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
UI String
Full Form
Full Form
bid
blog
blogger
cached page
Country/Region
expiration date
payment method
bod
blogje
blogger
bledside yn cache
Lân/Regio
ferrindatum
betelwize
Noun
Verb
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
it
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de
de
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de
de
Singular
Not Selected
Singular
Singular
Not Selected
Singular
Singular
Noun
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
foto-album
foarbyldfinster
sykmasine-optimalisaasje
Noun
Noun
Noun
it
it
de
Singular
Singular
Singular
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
A graphic ad that is the full height of a page and normally 120 pixels wide.
A graphic ad that is the full height of a page and normally 120 pixels wide.
A graphic ad that is the full height of a page and normally 120 pixels wide.
Another site promoted by the host site.
An advertiser's association with a Web site that can involve financial or material support in
return for increased visibility perceived advantage over run-of-site advertising and a targeted
audience.
photo album
preview pane
search engine
optimization
skyscraper
skyscraper ad
skyscraper banner
sponsored site
sponsorship
kolomadvertinsje
kolomadvertinsje
kolomadvertinsje
sponsorre webstee
sponsorskip
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
de
de
de
it
it
Singular
Singular
Singular
Singular
Singular
Noun
Noun
UI String
Full Form
A label for a geographic selection.
State/Region
A group of files provided by Microsoft to OEM customers to modify Windows features. Package package
types include service packs, security updates, language packs, and hotfixes. Examples of
packages include Product, Windows Foundation, and FeaturePack packages.
Steat/Regio
pakket
Noun
Noun
Not Selected
it
Not Selected
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An icon that represents the current location being played within the selected media. As clips are playhead
being played it moves along the timeline of events to the nearest frame boundary. The
positioning of the icon is always between two frames. The preview area will display the frame to
the right of the current location.
ôfspylpunt
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Full Form
A World Wide Web version of Windows Client Help.
A World Wide Web version of Windows Client Help.
WOA
Windows Assistance Online
Noun
Noun
Not Selected
de
Not Selected
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An entity at one end of a point-to-point LAN/WLAN segment that is requesting authenticated
access to the network.
oanfraach
Noun
de
Singular
The underlying technology that enables Remote Desktop, Remote Assistance, and Terminal
Server.
The price at which a buyer has offered to purchase an item.
To publish or write entries for a blog.
A person who publishes or writes entries for a blog.
A stored version of a document or web page.
A label for a geographic selection.
The date after which information or a resource is no longer valid.
The mechanism by which payment is provided. Includes cash, check, credit card, wire transfer,
etc.
A collection of photos in electronic format that have been grouped into a virtual album.
An area of the window that displays a limited view of search results or other content.
The act of altering a website to improve search engine listings.
WOA
Windows Assistance
Online
supplicant
Noun
Full Form
A Windows technology that protects OS resources (files, folders registry keys) and prevents
applications and administrators from making changes to a computer's resources in an arbitrary
way.
System Protection
Systeembefeiliging
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
UI String
Windows Calendar
Windows Aginda
Noun
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Noun
UI String
Welcome Center
Yntroduksjeskerm
Noun
Not Selected
Not Selected
Verb
Noun
UI String
Full Form
Switch User
trackback
Brûker Ferwikselje
trackback
Verb
Noun
Not Selected
de
Not Selected
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Drivebay
Stasjonskast
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
WinRE
WinRE
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
An application in the form of an electronic calendar that appears in the "Accessory" folder on
the Start menu in Windows.
A feature that serves as a launching point for several optional Windows tasks and OEM-defined
tasks.
A UI command used to switch between accounts on a device.
A notification sent from one blog to another. It is a way for bloggers to let each other know when
one of them has made a reference to another's blog entry.
An industry specification that defines a mechanism for adding and upgrading a hard disk drive,
floppy disk drive or CD drive without opening the chassis.
A special version of Windows Preinstallation Environment (WinPE) that includes diagnostic,
troubleshooting, and maintenance tools.
A special version of Windows Preinstallation Environment (WinPE) that includes diagnostic,
troubleshooting, and maintenance tools.
Windows Reparaasje-omjouwing
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A product key that is provided to Microsoft customers who choose a Microsoft Volume
Licensing program for their organizations and that allows multiple installations of a particular
product. The key is assigned to a company or institution intended for their sole use and only for
distribution to employees or third parties who are authorized to install and distribute licenses
pursuant to the terms of their license agreement.
Windows Recovery
Environment
volume license key
folumelisinsjekoade
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A product key that is provided to Microsoft customers who choose a Microsoft Volume
volume license product
Licensing program for their organizations and that allows multiple installations of a particular
key
product. The key is assigned to a company or institution intended for their sole use and only for
distribution to employees or third parties who are authorized to install and distribute licenses
pursuant to the terms of their license agreement.
produktkoade fan 'e folumelisinsje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A product key that is provided to Microsoft customers who choose a Microsoft Volume
multi-activation key
Licensing program for their organizations and that allows multiple installations of a particular
product. The key is assigned to a company or institution intended for their sole use and only for
distribution to employees or third parties who are authorized to install and distribute licenses
pursuant to the terms of their license agreement.
produktkoade foar mear aktivearrings
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The process of granting or obtaining a license form that allows multiple installations of a
particular product.
folumelisinsje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A license form that allows multiple installations of a particular product.
The application that helps the user to activate a Windows product with Microsoft.
folumelisinsje
Client om Windows te aktivearjen
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
systeemfek
Noun
it
Singular
lânynstellings foar de brûker
Noun
de
Plural
A single compressed file containing a collection of files and folders that duplicate a Windows
Windows image
installation on a disk volume.
A System Audio Effects (SYSFX) component used to provide a more immersive audio
speaker fill
experience in the Windows Media Player and thus an improved listening experience by utilizing
the available speakers that a user has attached to his/her PC by sending audio to all of the
speakers, regardless of the number of channels the content contains. This will provide a better
sounding experience for stereo and quadraphonic content being rendered on multi-channel
playback systems.
Windows-ynstallaasjekopy
Noun
de
Singular
speaker fill
Noun
de
Singular
volume licensing
volume license
Windows Activation
Client
An area in the taskbar that shows icons for network connectivity, volume control, clock, and on system control area
laptops and Tablet computers, the battery.
The user preferences for the formatting of dates, currencies, numbers, and so on. The user
locale is a per-user setting, and does not require the user to restart or to log on or log off the
computer.
user locale
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A service or feature of Windows that enables licensing at the feature level; thereby broadening SLCC
the distribution and licensing options for retailers, ISVs, and OEMs. New business models may
include: trials, subscriptions, gifting, transfers, or pay-for-use.
SLCC
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
A service or feature of Windows that enables licensing at the feature level; thereby broadening Software Licensing
the distribution and licensing options for retailers, ISVs, and OEMs. New business models may Commerce Client
include: trials, subscriptions, gifting, transfers, or pay-for-use.
Software Licensing Commerce Client
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
set tabblêden
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
In Internet Explorer, a set of tabs you can store in your Favorites or as Home Page to reopen all tab set
tabs in the set in one go.
The difference between the debit amount and the credit amount of an account.
account balance
rekkensaldo
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
overhead
overhead
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
health
status
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
labelje
label
Verb
Noun
Not Selected
it
Not Selected
Singular
Work or information that provides support-possibly critical support-for a computing process but
is not an intrinsic part of the operation or data.
Information about a client computer that Network Access Protection (NAP) uses to allow or
deny access to a network and which is encapsulated in a statement of health (SoH), which is
issued by a system health agent (SHA) on the client computer.
To identify or designate with a label; describe or classify.
label
A physical item, such as a stick-on tag used to identify disks and other computer equipment; an label
identifier.
Noun
Full Form
A word, symbol, or other group of characters used to identify a file, a storage medium, an
element defined in a computer program, or a specific item in a document such as a
spreadsheet or a chart.
label
label
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
display name
skermnamme
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A descriptive or user-friendly label for a control or object, displayed on the screen. The display
name may be different from the internal name.
A value or condition that is not consistent with the true, specified, or expected value or
condition.
error
flater
Noun
de
Singular
Adjective
Full Form
Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of an electronic circuit or hardware grouping in which the
configuration is determined by the physical interconnection of the components (as opposed to
being programmable in software or alterable by a switch).
wired
bekabele
Adjective
Not Selected
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Noun
Noun
Noun
Verb
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
query field
prompt
publication
listen
scan
queryfjild
prompt
publikaasje
harkje
sken
Noun
Noun
Noun
Verb
Noun
it
de
de
Not Selected
de
Singular
Singular
Singular
Not Selected
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
CSR
CSR
Noun
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Noun
Full Form
client-side rendering
client-side rendering
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A field that can contain a value that is used in a query.
Displayed text indicating that a computer program is waiting for input from the user.
The output created in desktop publishing applications.
To wait for incoming traffic, calls or connection requests on a port.
An image-bearing surface such as a page of text or picture that is passed through a scanner
and has become a computer file.
A tool that lessens the impact of printing over the network by distributing the rendering workload
in a shared-printer environment.
A tool that lessens the impact of printing over the network by distributing the rendering workload
in a shared-printer environment.
Help that is available to the user while not being connected to or part of a system or network.
offline Help
offline-Help
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An optical device found in scanners and fax machines that moves across the subject being
scanned, converts light and dark areas to electrical signals, and sends those signals to the
scanning system for processing.
scan head
skennerkop
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A file on the hard disk that holds parts of applications and data files that do not fit in memory.
pagefile
wikselbestân
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A file on the hard disk that holds parts of applications and data files that do not fit in memory.
page file
wikselbestân
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A file on the hard disk that holds parts of applications and data files that do not fit in memory.
swap file
wikselbestân
Noun
it
Singular
Verb
Full Form
To display the subentries contained within a folder or outline section.
expand
útteare
Verb
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Noun
Full Form
A window or menu that presents an array or grid of visual choices to a user for selection.
gallery
galery
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
ScreenTip
Skermynfo
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
enhanced ScreenTip
wiidweidige skermynfo
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Mini toolbar
lytse arkbalke
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
right arrow
analogous colors
pylk nei rjochts
neistlizzende kleuren
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Plural
Noun
Full Form
A new type of ScreenTip that is larger and can contain more detailed information, including
graphics.
A new type of ScreenTip that is larger and can contain more detailed information, including
graphics.
A set of formatting UI controls presented in a rectangular container that appears in context near
the pointer when text is selected.
The key on the keyboard that is labeled with a right arrow.
Colors that are directly next to each other on the color wheel. Each color has two analogous
colors (one on each side of it).
One of four fields of an SCODE that indicates the system service responsible for the error. It
consists of a unique number that is assigned to represent the error or warning.
facility field
fasiliteitefjild
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
One of four fields of an SCODE that indicates the system service responsible for the error. It
consists of a unique number that is assigned to represent the error or warning.
facility code
fasiliteitekoade
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
flaterkoade
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
One of four fields of an SCODE. It is a unique number that is assigned to represent the error or error code
warning.
A return code that begins with E_ or DB_E_ and indicates that the method failed completely
error code
and was unable to do any useful work. Usually indicates a programming error.
flaterkoade
Noun
de
Singular
Proper Noun
Abbreviated Form
Office Forms Server
Noun
de
Singular
A scalable, security-enhanced, standards-based solution that centralizes control and
management of electronic forms by allowing customers to use a common Web browser to
interact with information. It will help streamline organizations’ forms-driven business processes
with existing systems.
Office Forms Server
Proper Noun
Product/Technology NaA scalable, security-enhanced, standards-based solution that centralizes control and
management of electronic forms by allowing customers to use a common Web browser to
interact with information. It will help streamline organizations’ forms-driven business processes
with existing systems.
Microsoft® Office Forms Microsoft® Office Forms Server
Server
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
enhanced DVD movie
dvd-film mei ekstra ynhâld
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
An audio CD that contains both audio and other multimedia content.
A high definition optical disc format which uses a smaller focus blue-violet 405 nm laser
allowing higher precision and storage density. A competitor to Blu-ray Disc.
Full Form
A high definition optical disc format which uses a smaller focus blue-violet 405 nm laser
allowing higher precision and storage density. A competitor to Blu-ray Disc.
Product/Technology NaA high definition optical disc format which uses a smaller focus blue-violet 405 nm laser
allowing higher precision and storage density. A competitor to Blu-ray Disc.
Abbreviated Form
An optical disc format used to store video on standard compact discs developed by China
Recording Standards Committee in competition to the DVD format.
Full Form
An optical disc format used to store video on standard compact discs developed by China
Recording Standards Committee in competition to the DVD format.
Full Form
Information provided by the SpyNet community which shows the percentage of users who
allowed or blocked a particular program. This information is available even before they confirm
whether or not a program is spyware.
enhanced audio CD
high-definition DVD
audio-cd mei ekstra ynhâld
high-definition dvd
Noun
Noun
de
de
Singular
Singular
HD movie
HD-film
Noun
de
Singular
HD DVD
HD-dvd
Noun
de
Singular
SVCD
SVCD
Noun
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Super Video CD
Super Fideo-cd
Noun
de
Singular
SpyNet Community
Rating
Klassifikaasje fan SpyNet-Community
Noun
de
Singular
Full Form
content rating
ynhâldsrestriksje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
A value assigned to an item of media content that indicates its suitability for a particular
audience.
Product/Technology NaAn Internet site that makes it easy for users to discover the software and hardware that work
best for their PC use, find the newest and most popular products on the market, compare
product details, and read reviews from other users.
Windows Marketplace
Windows Marketplace
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
DCB
DCB
Noun
Not Selected
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Noun
Full Form
directory control block
directory control block
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
An internal NT file system (NTFS) structure in which the file system maintains the state for an
open instance of a directory file.
An internal NT file system (NTFS) structure in which the file system maintains the state for an
open instance of a directory file.
The ´ character.
The & character.
acute accent
ampersand
skerpteken
ampersand
Noun
Noun
it
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The ' character (user-typed text).
apostrophe
apostrof
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
The ' character (user-typed text).
The ’ character (publishing character).
A statement that the text or program code contained within the item on which the notice
appears is the intellectual property of Microsoft (or other entity).
ASCII apostrophe
apostrophe
copyright notice
ASCII-apostrof
apostrof
copyrightynformaasje
Noun
Noun
Noun
de
de
de
Singular
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
album
album
Noun
it
Singular
Verb
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
fast forward
location
foarútwine
lokaasje
Verb
Noun
Not Selected
de
Not Selected
Singular
Noun
Noun
Noun
UI String
UI String
UI String
My Music
My Videos
Now Playing
Muzyk
Fideo's
No ôfspylje
Noun
Noun
Verb
Not Selected
Not Selected
Not Selected
Not Selected
Not Selected
Not Selected
Verb
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
play
playback
rating
ôfspylje
wer ôfspylje
klassifikaasje
Verb
Verb
Noun
Not Selected
Not Selected
de
Not Selected
Not Selected
Singular
Verb
Verb
Full Form
Full Form
rewind
shuffle
tebekwine
trochinoar mjuksje
Verb
Verb
Not Selected
Not Selected
Not Selected
Not Selected
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Adjective
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
A collection of compositions or memorabilia of a specific type or for a particular purpose, such
as audio recordings, photographs, or documents.
To advance audio or video playback at a speed that is faster than normal.
Any disk drive, folder, or other place in which you can store files and folders. Programs will
commonly ask you to choose a location to save a file.
A menu choice or remote button that offers access to the user's music library.
A menu choice or remote button that offers access to the user's video library.
A tab in Windows Media Player that enables the user to view the digital media item that is
currently playing.
To start or continue the execution of a digital media file.
The replay of a digital media file.
An assessment of music or video content on a scale that corresponds to the user's opinion of
the content.
To reverse playback of a digital media file at a speed that is faster than normal.
To play back all of the items in a playlist once, in random order. Playback ends when all of the
items in the list have been played one time.
The ÷ character.
The $ character.
The = character.
The ! character.
Pertaining to text that is aligned along the left margin.
division sign
dollar sign
equal sign
exclamation point
left-aligned
dield-trochteken
dollarteken
is-gelyk-oanteken
útropteken
lofts rjochte
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Adjective
it
it
it
it
Not Selected
Singular
Singular
Singular
Singular
Not Selected
Adjective
Full Form
Pertaining to text that is aligned along the right margin.
right-aligned
rjochts rjochte
Adjective
Not Selected
Not Selected
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
Noun
A DVD from which the video section can be played on the DVD set top box. When inserted in
the PC, the user can access additional features such as games, web links etc.
Noun
Full Form
The “ character.
opening quotation mark oanhellingsteken iepenje
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The “ character.
opening curly quotation rûn oanhellingsteken iepenje
mark
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The ” character.
closing quotation mark
oanhellingsteken slute
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The ” character.
closing curly quotation
mark
rûn oanhellingsteken slute
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The " character.
straight quotation mark
rjocht oanhellingsteken
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The ® character.
registrearre-hannelsmerkteken
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The distance or period of time between a specified start point and a specified end point. For
example, the length of an audio or video clip is usually measured in minutes and seconds.
registered trademark
symbol
length
tiidsdoer
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Noun
Adjective
Not Selected
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
The ™ character.
The ~ character.
The § character.
Having a frequency in the electromagnetic spectrum in the range just below that of red light.
trademark symbol
tilde
section mark
infrared
deponearre-hannelsmerksymboal
tilde
paragraafteken
ynfraread
Noun
Noun
Noun
Adjective
it
de
it
Not Selected
Singular
Singular
Singular
Not Selected
Adjective
Full Form
Pertaining to characters that are evenly slanted to the right or in the direction of text flow.
italic
skean
Adjective
Not Selected
Not Selected
Noun
Full Form
envelope
slúf
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Header and footer information, or header information only, which encapsulates or precedes
document data for transport.
A control panel that enables users to set accessibility options and settings to help them more
easily interact with the computer.
Ease of Access Center
Tagonklikheidssintrum
Noun
it
Singular
Verb
Full Form
mute
lûd útsette
Verb
Not Selected
Not Selected
Noun
Full Form
To eliminate or temporarily suppress the sound produced by a device, such as a computer or
digital media device. A device in such a state has a volume level of zero.
The × character.
multiplication sign
kearteken
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Adjective
Full Form
UI String
The € character.
Completed or passed. The measured duration of an event.
euro symbol
Elapsed
euroteken
Ferstrutsen
Noun
Adjective
it
Not Selected
Singular
Not Selected
Noun
Abbreviated Form
GN
GN
Noun
Not Selected
Not Selected
Noun
Full Form
Personal Area Networks (PAN) that communicate directly between one or more Bluetoothenabled computers or devices.
Personal Area Networks (PAN) that communicate directly between one or more Bluetoothenabled computers or devices.
Group Ad-hoc Network
Group Ad-hoc Network
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Microsoft Windows Softwaresneuper
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
UI String
A tool in Windows Defender that can be to used change how a program runs on the computer if Microsoft Windows
the program is causing a problem.
Software Explorer
A user interface (UI) element that provides users with a quick and easy way to navigate across Quick Tabs
a large group of opened Web pages by providing the user with a visual representation of all of
the opened thumbnails. Through this visualization, the user can easily spot and select a desired
thumbnail.
Tabblêdkiezer
Noun
de
Plural
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
One of the four card locations in the upper-right corner of the screen.
home cell
thússel
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The process of adjusting display resolution based on monitor resolution.
DPI scaling
DPI-skaling
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
touch training
fingertip-trening
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
freeze
font previewer
stilsette
lettertypefoarbyld
Verb
Noun
Not Selected
it
Not Selected
Singular
Noun
Full Form
loop
lus
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Adjective
Full Form
Full Form
A feature that helps improve the recognition of a user's touch flicks by a process in which the
user's touch flicks are analyzed.
In I/O operations, to prevent execution of a thread.
A tool or feature that allows users to see different fonts, typography formats, and lettershapes
that display on the computer and/or on Web sites.
A series of computer instructions that is repeated a fixed number of times or until a terminating
condition is reached.
An on-screen calculator in Windows that performs basic arithmetic tasks.
Pertaining to an operation or feature that involves moving objects on the screen with a mouse
or similar input device.
Calculator
drag-and-drop
Rekkenmasine
slepe-en-delsette
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A Web site based on the Document Workspace template that workspace members use for
discussing, editing, and working together on a document.
Document Workspace
Document Workspace
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A Web site based on the Document Workspace template that workspace members use for
discussing, editing, and working together on a document.
Document Workspace
site
Document Workspace stee
Noun
it
Singular
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message
berjocht
Noun
it
Singular
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e-mail message
e-mailberjocht
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A message that is sent over a communications network such as a local area network or the
Internet.
A message that is sent over a communications network such as a local area network or the
Internet.
A measure of processing power, given in megahertz (MHz).
clock speed
klokfaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
UI String
A tool in Windows Vista that backs up the entire computer (OS, settings, and files).
CompletePC Backup
Folsleine PC-reservekopy
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
UI String
A tool in Windows Vista that restores the entire computer (OS, settings, and files).
CompletePC Restore
Folsleine PC weromsette
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Product/Technology NaA feature in Windows Vista that helps users download and manage software they purchased
online. It allows the user to download multiple software titles and then help manage the post
download activities such as installation of the software, access to license information for
activation of software, creating a backup CD of the download and access to services on the
web for this feature.
Digital Locker
Digitale klûs
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
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A UI element that users can click on to go back and view previously visited Web pages.
Address bar
Adresbalke
Noun
de
Singular
Adjective
Full Form
Pertaining to a process or content that is not associated with an identifiable user or originator.
anonymous
anonym
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Noun
Noun
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Full Form
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A unique identifier of an object or person
A unique identifier of an object or person
A technology allowing users to inject faults into an executable without requiring rebuilding the
binary or modifying the source code; thus, providing a means of simulating errors and testing
recovery.
ID
identification
fault injection
ID
identifikaasje
flaterynjeksje
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An extended desktop that spans across more than one monitor.
A change to an account to correct or update the balance.
desktop area
adjustment
buroblêdgebiet
wiziging
Noun
Noun
it
de
Singular
Singular
Noun
Noun
Noun
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Abbreviated Form
bill
memory map
COD
rekken
ûnthâldtawizing
ûnder remboers
Noun
Noun
Adverb
de
de
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Noun
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Collect On Delivery
ûnder remboers
Adverb
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Noun
Verb
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A request for payment for products and/or services sold.
A representation of the layout of objects in an area of memory.
A payment term specifying that payment is to be received when goods or services are
delivered.
A payment term specifying that payment is to be received when goods or services are
delivered.
A written agreement between two or more parties.
To close a program or application.
contract
exit
kontrakt
ôfslute
Noun
Verb
it
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To stop communications or a network connection.
end
ophâlde
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Noun
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Abbreviated Form
Text, graphics, and any associated annotations captured by using Snipping Tool.
A lightweight protocol designed to make the automated discovery, management, and
configuration of iSCSI and Fiber Channel Protocol (FCP) devices on a TCP/IP network easier
by providing a common mechanism for initiators and targets to discover one another and for
handling zoning and authentication of both targets and initiators.
snip
iSNS
knipsel
iSNS
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it
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A lightweight protocol designed to make the automated discovery, management, and
configuration of iSCSI and Fiber Channel Protocol (FCP) devices on a TCP/IP network easier
by providing a common mechanism for initiators and targets to discover one another and for
handling zoning and authentication of both targets and initiators.
Internet Storage Name
Service
Internet Storage Name Service
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
A certificate, as defined by the European Directive on Electronic Signature [EU-ESDIR], whose QC
primary purpose is to identify a person with a high level of assurance, where the certificate
meets some qualification requirements defined by an applicable legal framework.
QC
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trapping
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de
Singular
Verb
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fersegelje
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In printing, the process of eliminating white lines between colours by printing small areas of
trapping
overlapping colour where colours touch.
To store data in such a way that it can be retrieved later by the same security support
seal
component, and only by that security support component.
An item provided and signed by the DCE security server that is both a proof of identity and a list PAC
of group memberships.
PAC
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An item provided and signed by the DCE security server that is both a proof of identity and a list privilege attribute
of group memberships.
certificate
privilege attribute certificate
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Abbreviated Form
One of two types of hardware that are connected by an RS-232-C serial connection, the other
being a Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) device.
DCE
DCE
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One of two types of hardware that are connected by an RS-232-C serial connection, the other
being a Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) device.
Data Communications
Equipment
Data Communications Equipment
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
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A hardware device that reads data from and writes data to hard disks.
hard disk drive
hurdeskiifstasjon
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Loose XAML
Loose XAML
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Noun
Verb
Full Form
Full Form
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A feature that allows you to open any XAML file on your hard disk (or a hyperlink on a web
page) and run it within a browser without compilation.
To add new text, objects or cells without overwriting existing data.
A logical connection created between two hosts to exchange data.
To put into operation or to use.
insert
session
apply
ynfoegje
sesje
tapasse
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The process of producing copies of documents, publications, or images in high volume.
commercial printing
kommersjele ôfprint
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de
Singular
Noun
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The process of managing business and/or social contacts in order to follow up, track
conversations, etc.
contact management
kontaktpersoanebehear
Noun
it
Singular
Verb
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To find.
locate
fine
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A method of arranging data based on the order of specified information. For example, records
sorted by class would list all records within a class before moving to records in the next class.
sorting
sortearje
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To make easier; to eliminate unnecessary steps.
streamline
streamlynje
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A visual effect that colors, tweaks, or otherwise graphically alters fonts.
text effect
teksteffekt
Noun
it
Singular
Adverb
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Done by positioning the pointer over an item and pressing the left mouse button once.
with one click
mei ien klik
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To use for your benefit.
take advantage
profitearje
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Adjective
Noun
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Functions without external control.
The time for which a dry or alkaline cell is able to produce an electric current.
automatic
battery life
automatysk
libbensdoer fan 'e akku
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To join or link.
connect
ferbine
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To provide or give.
deliver
leverje
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Adjective
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Capable of producing successful results.
effective
effektyf
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Noun
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Possessing improved, advanced, or more sophisticated features.
Amusment, pleasure, or diversion.
enhanced
entertainment
útwreide
ferdivedaasje
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Noun
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Noun
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A set of scenarios that lead to a desired outcome by a customer segment.
experience
ûnderfining
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
A malfunction of a physical component such as a disk head failure or memory error.
A place where one lives; a residence.
hardware failure
home
hardwareflater
thús
Noun
Noun
de
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
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Information that cannot be found or recovered.
Settings that enable parents to restrict what their children see.
Strength exerted; might.
lost data
parental controls
power
weirekke data
âlderlik tafersjoch
krêft
Noun
Noun
Noun
de
it
de
Plural
Singular
Singular
Verb
Noun
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
To defend or guard.
An electronic system of transmitting transient images of fixed or moving objects together with
sound through space by an apparatus that converts light and sound into electrical waves and
reconverts them into visible light rays and audible sound.
protect
TV
beskermje
tv
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Noun
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Noun
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An electronic system of transmitting transient images of fixed or moving objects together with
sound through space by an apparatus that converts light and sound into electrical waves and
reconverts them into visible light rays and audible sound.
television
televyzje
Noun
de
Singular
Adjective
Adverb
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
Full Form
up and running
easily
browsing history
yn it wurk
maklik
sneupskiednis
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Noun
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Noun
UI String
In operation; operating, working.
Without difficulty.
A user’s private information such as temporary files, history, passwords, web form entries, and
cookies that captures Internet surfing and other online activities.
A filter effect in Windows Movie Maker.
Grayscale
Griistinten
Noun
de
Plural
active field
design mode
aktyf fjild
ûntwerpmoadus
Noun
Noun
it
de
Singular
Singular
formulierdefinysjebestân
Noun
it
Singular
form template
formuliersjabloan
Noun
it
Singular
layout table
opmaaktabel
Noun
de
Singular
repeteargroep
Noun
de
Singular
repeating table
repeteartabel
Noun
de
Singular
section
seksje
Noun
de
Singular
Xpath
Noun
it
Singular
XML Path Language
Noun
de
Singular
frjemd adres
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Full Form
The field on a form in which the cursor or pointer is positioned.
The InfoPath design environment in which you can create or modify a form template.
Noun
Full Form
An XML file with an .xsf extension that contains information about all other files and
form definition file
components used within a form, including user interface customizations, XML Schemas, views,
business logic, events, and deployment settings.
Noun
Full Form
A file or set of files that defines the data structure, appearance, and behavior of a form.
Noun
Full Form
A framework that includes rows and columns for organizing and arranging content on a form,
including controls, control labels, sections of a form, logos, and other types of graphics.
Noun
Full Form
A group in the data source that can occur more than once. Controls such as repeating sections repeating group
and repeating tables are bound to repeating groups.
Noun
Full Form
A control on a form that contains other controls in a table format and that repeats as needed.
Users can insert multiple rows when filling out the form.
Noun
Full Form
A control that contains other controls.
Noun
Abbreviated Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
A language used to address parts of an XML document. XPath also provides basic facilities for XPath
manipulation of strings, numbers, and Boolean values.
A language used to address parts of an XML document. XPath also provides basic facilities for XML Path Language
manipulation of strings, numbers, and Boolean values.
Any address type that the MS Mail postoffice does not have a gateway or access component
foreign address
installed for routing.
Noun
Full Form
Noun
Full Form
Noun
A part of the Purble Place game where the player has to flip a tile over to reveal a picture, and
then try to find its match somewhere else.
A nonfunctional requirement that places a limit or dictates a limited range of possibilities.
Purble Pairs
Purble Pairs
Noun
de
Plural
constraint
beheining
Noun
de
Singular
Full Form
A feature in Windows that allows users to access and manage printers, multi-function printers,
digital cameras and scanners.
Printers en byldapparaten
Noun
de
Plural
Noun
Full Form
The time period during which a product or service will work before the user must activate their
license or register with a license server with installed licenses. After this time, the product or
service will stop functioning until the license is activated or service registered.
Printing and Imaging
Devices
grace period
hifkingsperioade
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The time period during which a product or service will work before the user must activate their
license or register with a license server with installed licenses. After this time, the product or
service will stop functioning until the license is activated or service registered.
grace time
hifkingsperioade
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de
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Noun
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A person who sends spam.
A set of records defined by a table, a query, or an SQL expression.
spammer
domain
spammer
domein
Noun
Noun
de
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A graphical control you can use to display text that a user can't change directly.
label
label
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The process of taking a single-table database and breaking it into a set of smaller, related
tables, with each table focused on a single topic or grouping of information.
normalization
normalisaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
UI String
Home
Start
Noun
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replica
replika
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
report
rapport
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The default tab on the ribbon interface that provides the basic features that users need most
frequently for each application.
A copy of a database that is a member of a replica set and can be synchronized with other
replicas in the set.
A database object that prints information formatted and organized according to your
specifications.
A part of a form, report, or data access page such as a header, footer, or detail section.
section
seksje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
unbound object
tag
ûnôfhinklik objekt
label
Noun
Noun
it
it
Singular
Singular
Noun
Full Form
note tag
notysjelabel
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
performance
prestaasje
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Datasheet view
Data-oersjoch
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An object, such as a picture, whose value isn't derived from data stored in a table.
A marker that can be applied to content in OneNote to identify certain types of information. This
allows the user to find, view and sort tagged items with ease.
A marker that can be applied to content in OneNote to identify certain types of information. This
allows the user to find, view and sort tagged items with ease.
The degree to which a product or service executes its specified function under prescribed
conditions relative to an established standard.
A window that displays data from a table, form, query, view, or stored procedure in a row-andcolumn format.
A query (SQL statement) that removes rows matching the criteria you specify from one or more
tables.
delete query
fuortsmytquery
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The only member of the replica set in which you can make changes to the database structure
that can be propagated to other replicas.
Design Master
Designmaster
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A table outside the open database or project.
external table
eksterne tabel
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A feature that uses a minimum amount of data to display the general layout of a report.
Layout Preview
Opmaakfoarbyld
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A table, query, form, report, macro, or module that remains in the replica or Design Master
local object
where it was created. Neither the object nor changes to the object are copied to other members
in the replica set.
pleatslik objekt
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A field in a table that draws data from another table.
Sykfjild
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
ODBC-databoarne
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
Data and the information needed to access that data from programs and databases that
ODBC data source
support the Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) protocol.
A view that shows a graphical analysis of data in a datasheet or form. You can see different
PivotChart view
levels of detail or specify the layout by dragging fields and items or by showing and hiding items
in the drop-down lists for the fields.
Draaigrafykwerjefte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A view that summarizes and analyzes data in a datasheet or form. You can use different levels PivotTable view
of detail or organize data by dragging the fields and items, or by showing and hiding items in the
drop-down lists for the fields.
Draaitabelwerjefte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A window that displays the SQL statement for the current query or that is used to create an SQL- SQL view
specific query (union, pass-through, or data definition). When you create a query in Design
view, Access constructs the SQL equivalent in SQL view.
SQL-werjefte
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Product/Technology NaA program you use to view, print, and electronically mail a snapshot, such as a report snapshot. Snapshot Viewer
Momintopname-viewer
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A query that asks a question about the data stored in your tables and returns a result set in the select query
form of a datasheet, without changing the data.
seleksjequery
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
An association established between common fields (columns) in two tables. A relationship can
be one-to-one, many-to-many, or one-to-many.
ferhâlding
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
The ActiveX Database Objects (ADO) object used to contain a result set. It also exhibits cursor recordset
behavior depending on the recordset properties set by an application. ADO recordsets are
mapped to OLE DB rowsets.
recordset
Noun
de
Singular
Verb
Noun
Full Form
Abbreviated Form
To remove unused space from data tables.
A combination of identifiers, which together define Internet Protocol security (IPSec) that
protects communication between sender and receiver.
shrink
SA
ferlytsje
SA
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Noun
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security association
befeiligingskeppeling
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Full Form
extent
gebiet
Noun
it
Singular
Noun
Full Form
A combination of identifiers, which together define Internet Protocol security (IPSec) that
protects communication between sender and receiver.
On a disk or other direct-access storage device, a continuous block of storage space reserved
by the operating system for a particular file or program.
A tool in Windows Vista that backs up the system image.
Noun
de
Singular
Noun
Noun
UI String
Full Form
A tutorial outlining basic Windows features, workflow and information.
A copy of a file that has been saved to a server.
Windows System Image Windows System Image Backup
Backup
Windows Basics
Basiskennis fan Windows
server copy
serverkopy
Noun
Noun
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de
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Singular
Lookup field
relationship
Dutch (NLD-NLD)
Term
AD DS
Part of Speech
Gender
Number
src Context
src Term Usage Note
Proper Noun
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Plural
Note space in acronym. In general, due to trademark issues, the use of acronyms should be avoided wherever possible. It is not acceptable to use a “hybrid acronym”. Either the full name or acronym must be used.
Active Directory Domain Services Proper Noun
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adapter
Noun
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autorisatie
Noun
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Mass
buffer
Noun
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certificaat
Noun
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Singular
digitaal certificaat
Noun
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client
Noun
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clientcomputer
Noun
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Singular
cookie
Noun
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referenties
Noun
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Plural
gegevensoverdracht
Noun
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decodering
Noun
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handtekening
Noun
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Singular
digitale handtekening
Noun
Feminine
Singular
[InfoPath] When designing a form, you can enable digital signatures so that users filling out your form can digitally sign it. This signature confirms that the form originated from the signer and has not been altered. In addition, the signature can contain a comment from the signer. After being signed, the values in the form cannot be modified without invalidating the signature.
downloaden
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stuurprogramma
Noun
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For digital media files, downloaded content is kept on the receiving device for playback on demand. In
contrast, streamed content is played as it is delivered.
Make sure that all installed drivers are digitally signed. [OPK] A driver is kernel‐mode code that is used
either to control or to emulate a hardware device.
apparaatstuurprogramma
Noun
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[MSTP 4.6] Avoid as a general term to describe hardware that supports connecting a computer to a peripheral device such as a monitor, speakers, or a camera. In general, use card to describe hardware that connects a computer to a device, even if the hardware is built into the motherboard. Exception: Use network adapter to describe hardware that supports connecting a computer to a network. Security Content Review Board did not list "signature" as a synonym for "digital signature," but it is frequently used with the same meaning.
weglatingsteken
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[MSTP 4.6] In general, avoid using an ellipsis (…) except in syntax lines or to indicate omitted code in [MSTP 4.6] In the user interface, an ellipsis is typically used to show truncation, as in a technical material. If you are using a font that does not support the ellipsis character, use three program name, or to indicate on menus and in dialog boxes that a dialog will appear periods with no space between them. to obtain more information from the user. Do not use an ellipsis in this context in documentation.
[MSTP 4.6] Do not use an em dash in place of a bullet or other typographic symbol to set off items in a
list.Do not use an em dash to indicate an empty cell in a table.When an independent clause follows an
em dash, do not capitalize the first word unless it is a proper noun. em‐streepje
Noun
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e‐mailadres
adres
Noun
Noun
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Neuter
Singular
Singular
codering
Noun
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Mass
veelgestelde vragen
veelgestelde vragen
Noun
Noun
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FTP
Noun
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File Transfer Protocol
Noun
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filter
Noun
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diskette
Noun
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[MSTP 4.6] Unless necessary, use just disk, not hard disk, floppy disk, or 3.5‐inch disk.
diskette
Noun
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[MSTP 4.6] Unless necessary, use just disk, not hard disk, floppy disk, or 3.5‐inch disk.
GB
gigabyte
GUID
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UUID
Noun
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Globally Unique Identifier
Noun
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Universally Unique Identifier
Noun
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Singular
unieke id
Noun
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Singular
Globally Unique Identifier
Noun
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Singular
Replicatie‐id
Noun
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Singular
Global Universal Identification
Noun
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GUI
Noun
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Graphical User Interface
Noun
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visuele interface
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Exchange 2003 Server
There is a problem with the e‐mail address. Make sure the address has the format [email protected] and that multiple e‐mail addresses are separated by commas or semicolons. Then try again.
[CRM 3.0 Mobile] For instance, a filter used in e‐mail or in retrieving newsgroup messages can allow users to automatically discard messages from designated users. [CRM 3.0 Mobile] Each view can have an associated filter (collection of field values that are used to perform a query on a specific record type), which reduces the number of records that are downloaded to a user's mobile device for the view. [Axapta] You can set a filter to find only the transactions made on a specific date. [Axapta] a filter can define the criteria that specifies the records to be returned from a query. [Axapta] You can set a filter to find only the transactions made on a specific date.
In an Access database, GUIDs are referred to as Replication IDs. host
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[Office12 Packaging] Control your e‐mail with new category coloring, Instant Search, and a junk mail filter (Outlook).
LANs commonly include PCs and shared resources such as laser printers and large hard disks. The devices on a LAN are known as nodes, and the nodes are connected by cables through which messages are transmitted.
[Vista Packaging] Connect to a company network, or access your PC remotely from home.
Modems are most commonly used to connect to the Internet.
[MSTP 4.6] Setting the Traverse Folder permission on a folder does not automatically set the Execute [MSTP 4.6] Permissions are granted or assigned, not allowed. [MSTP 4.6] If you refer File permission on all files within that folder. [MSTP 4.6] Whenever possible, assign permissions to to a named permission, use title‐style capitalization and roman type. Do not use privileges or permission records as a synonym for permissions.
groups rather than users. [MSTP 4.6] One pixel is a measurement representing the smallest amount of information displayed graphically on the screen as a single dot.
Do not confuse this with "pop‐up". See entry #7643.
A script can be embedded in a Web page.
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Add‐on devices fall into two categories: devices built onto the system board, and devices on expansion cards, added to the system through a system board connector, such as PCI.
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[DotNet Services Notifications alias] Don’t have a Windows Live™ ID? Sign up now!
[WL Loc Team] Windows Live ID cannot be localised in any context due to product architecture constraints.[DotNet Services Notifications alias] All user‐interface text must follow these guidelines:• At first mention, the full service name and trademark (™) symbol after the phrase “Windows Live” appears as follows: Windows Live™ ID.• After first mention, the trademark symbol may be omitted.• The name of the service is never abbreviated• The words “Windows” and “Live”, as well as the term “ID”, must
always use uppercase letters.• Always include a single space between the words "Windows" and "Live", and “Live” and “ID”.
This term is in support of the Trustworthy Computing Initiative.
[MSN] The Phishing Filter Add‐in offers access to the beta version of a new dynamic online service, updated several times an hour to warn you and help protect your personal information.
Note that this is different from add‐in. The computer Dictionary lists add‐in and add‐
on as synonyms. They are not.
[Works] Use parental controls to include only family‐friendly content in a dictionary or thesaurus search.
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[Security User Model] A VPN is generally less expensive to build and operate than a dedicated real network, because the virtual network shares the cost of system resources with other users of the underlying real network. For example, if a corporation has LANs at several different sites, each connected to the Internet by a firewall, the corporation could create a VPN by (a) using encrypted tunnels to connect from firewall to firewall across the Internet and (b) not allowing any other traffic through the firewalls.
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[CRM 3.0 Mobile] The salesperson needs access to a computer with virtual private network (VPN) access.
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[Office Online] An action query is a stored procedure that inserts, modifies, or deletes data, by using the SQL INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE statements. Action queries include append, delete, make‐table,
and update queries; they are identified by an exclamation point (!) next to their name in the Database
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[MSTP 4.6] Usually referred to by the acronym. Capitalize 'Data Objects' when referring to the technology, but not when referring to specific data objects.
[MSTP 4.6] Use 'administrator' or 'system administrator' unless you must specify a particular kind of administrator, such as a network administrator or a database administrator. Do not capitalize administrator except in the phrase Administrator program. Capitalize Administrators only to refer to the Administrators group that is a part of Microsoft Windows security. Internet Protocol security uses cryptographically‐based algorithms to encrypt data.
[Great Plains] When you allocate an item quantity, you reserve it for sale or assembly at the specified site. Allocating an item reduces the quantity available for the item. In Microsoft Dynamics GP Manufacturing, allocating reserves materials is needed for a manufacturing order.
[MSTP 4.6] Use all uppercase (for key names) unless otherwise noted.
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American Standard Code for Information Interchange
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This is the spelling (hyphenated) submitted by PowerPoint.
[Office Online] You cannot undo the action of executing an append query. As a precaution, back up your data before executing the query.
Pressing and holding the asterisk key switches between text and numeric input modes.
[MSTP 4.6] Not 'star', except when referring to the key on a telephone keypad.
[MSTP 4.6] In addresses it is pronounced 'at'.
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[Vista] Invalid Phase1 auth method.
[Office Online Help] AutoFilter selects and shows you only the data you want to see in Microsoft Excel.
[MSTP 4.6] To refer to a slash in documents, it may be useful to differentiate between a "forward slash" for URLs and a "backward slash" for servers and folders.
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[BCM] Create a backup file to protect your company data, to send to your accountant, to import into a new company file, or to move Business Contact Manager for Outlook to a different computer.
[Axapta] The cashier added the item to the purchase by swiping the item's bar code over the electronic reader.
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[Office Online] To bind the control to an existing control, click the field or group that you want to bind the control to.
Sets the transparent color for the selected bitmap. Click the color you want to make transparent. This tool works only on bitmap images.
[Office Online] Embed your images in a database table and display them by using the bound object frame. This method consumes the most space, but if your database needs to travel, it ensures that your images are always available.
[Axapta] If the program does not run properly, set a breakpoint to help determine the problem.
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lijst met opsommingstekens
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aanroepen
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Conserve energy or maximize performance by adjusting display brightness and other power settings.
You can browse for and play music in the following ways:You can browse for and play an album, a playlist, all songs in a genre, or all songs by an artist. You can play one song from an album. You can browse for and play a song from the Songs screen. You can play all songs on your Portable Media Center.
[MSTP 4.6] 'Bullet' is correct in referring to the graphical symbol for a bullet.
A bus essentially allows different parts of the system to share data. For example, a bus connects the disk‐drive controller, memory, and input/output ports to the microprocessor.
Blocks of time that are marked busy appear with a solid availability indicator and are shown as unavailable when other people view your Calendar.
[MSTP 4.6] To enlarge a window to fill the entire screen, click the Maximize button.
[MSTP 4.6] In general, refer to a button only by its label. If you need to incorporate 'button' in the name for clarity — for example, if the button label is an image rather than text — button is lowercase. This is an adverbial prepositional phrase (PP‐Adv)
[Office Online] You use an expression to perform a calculation, retrieve the value of a control, supply criteria to a query, define rules, create calculated controls and calculated fields, and define a group level for a report.
[CRM] The Marketing Automation module of Microsoft Business Solutions CRM enables marketing departments to create, analyze, and segment targeted customer lists as well as plan and execute campaigns for the customers your company wants to target. [Axapta] The company ran a campaign to
promote its new product line.
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Cryptography Application Programming Interface
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hoofdlettergebruik
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[MSTP 4.6] Use all uppercase unless otherwise noted.
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catalogus
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cd
compact disc
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cd‐recorder
cd/dvd‐brander
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[Home and Retail] The insertion point usually appears as a flashing vertical bar in an application's window or in a dialog box.
[OPK] In Windows, a catalog is a binary file that lists and reflects the state of all of the settings and packages in a Windows image. When a catalog is created, it queries the Windows image for a listing of all of the settings in that image. Because the contents of a Windows image can change over time, it is important that you recreate the catalog file whenever you update a Windows image.
The NMPD (Digital Media) team prohibits use of this term, though they recognize that this term is widely used. The term is used in Windows Vista.
NMPD (Digital Media) preferred term.
[MSPress] Each row and column in a spreadsheet is unique, so each cell can be uniquely identified‐for example, cell B17, at the intersection of column B and row 17. Each cell is displayed as a rectangular space that can hold text, a value, or a formula. centreren
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Certificate of Authenticity (Certificaat van Echtheid)
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[Axapta] In Microsoft Dynamics AX, a channel is a named entity that specifies where and how to send
and receive messages. A channel specifies an adapter with its associated configuration information and transport address. An alert channel is a conduit to deliver alerts. Alert channels include external notification channels and internal notification channels.
[Word] A character style affects selected text within a paragraph, such as the font and size of text, and bold and italic formats.
[MSTP 4.6] You select and clear a check box (not turn on and turn off, mark and unmark, check and uncheck, or select and deselect). [MSTP 4.6] Use 'select' to refer to adding a check to a check box or to clicking an item in a list box or a combo box. Do not use select as a general term for clicking options in a dialog box. [MSTP 4.6] Use the identifier 'check box', not just 'box', to refer to this option. Box alone is ambiguous, especially for worldwide readers. [MSTP 4.6] Use 'choose' when the user must make a decision, as opposed to selecting (not picking) an item from a list to carry out a decision already made. [Office Online] Form and report modules are class modules that are associated with a particular form or report.
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[Windows XP] You clear a check box by clicking it, or by selecting it and then pressing the SPACEBAR. [MSTP 4.6] You select and clear a check box (not turn on and turn off, mark and [SBA] To clear the Change Log, click Clear on the Company tab of Company Preferences, and then unmark, check and uncheck, or select and deselect). enter a date in the End date field.
Unexpected error when copying data to the clipboard:
[MSTP 4.6] Use 'close' for windows, documents, and dialog boxes. For programs, use exit. For network connections, use end. Use close to refer to the action a program takes when it has encountered a problem and cannot continue. Do not confuse with stop responding, which indicates that the program cannot close itself. [MSTP 4.6] Use the term opening parenthesis or closing parenthesis for an individual parenthesis, not open parenthesis, close parenthesis, beginning parenthesis, ending parenthesis, left parenthesis, or right parenthesis. It is all right to use parenthesis alone if it either does not matter or is unambiguously clear which parenthesis is under discussion.
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bitdiepte
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[Vista UI String] Color Gamut
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[MSTP 4.6] Use screen to refer to the graphic portion of a monitor. Use display as a general term for any visual output device, such as a flat‐panel display on a portable computer.
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[MSTP 4.6] A plus sign next to a folder indicates that it can be expanded to show more folders; a minus sign indicates that it can be collapsed.
[Office Live] This page shows the types of screen resolutions and color depth most frequently used to access your site.
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Color space models map color components onto a Cartesian coordinate system in three or more dimensions.
[Office Online] You can limit the items that are listed in a combo box based on what is selected or displayed in another control, such as a text box or even another combo box. [MS Press] By clicking a command button, the user causes the computer to perform some action, such
as opening a file that has just been selected using the other controls in the dialog box.
[MSPress] True compatibility means that any operational differences are invisible to people and programs alike.
[MSTP 4.6] After you save the file, compile your program.
[OPK] Compression reduces the amount of time required to transfer data. You may want to disable data compression if your data communication program is configured to compress data (resulting in software compression) or if you transfer a lot of compressed files (with extensions like ZIP, ARC, SIT, LHA, or SEA). Compression types supported by some modems actually slows transfer of data that has already been compressed.
[MSTP 4.6] 'compile' is acceptable as a verb or as an adjective, as in "compile time." Do not use as a noun.
[MSTP 4.6] Avoid 'build' in content written for home users and information workers. Use 'create' for such items as documents, charts, worksheets. It is all right to use 'build' as a verb in content written for software developers to mean to compile and link code.
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[MSTP 4.6] Do not use context menu or right‐click menu to refer to the menu that appears when a user clicks the right mouse button in certain areas (or "contexts"), such as in a toolbar region. If you must refer to this menu by name, use shortcut menu
instead. If the application programming interface uses context menu (or ContextMenu
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[MSTP 4.6] In general, it should not be necessary outside a programming context to use a term for the shortcut menu. If you must, use shortcut menu, not context menu or pop‐up menu.
You have minimized the Language bar. To restore it, just click the Language bar icon (near the clock) [MSTP 4.6] It is all right, if necessary to follow the application programming interface, and select "Restore the Language bar" from the pop‐up menu.
to use pop‐up menu in content for software developers to describe the menu that appears when the user right‐clicks an item. If you must use a term to describe this type of menu in content for home users or information workers, use shortcut menu.
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Installs the SQL Server documentation set. You must install Books Online to use context‐sensitive Help
in the user interface.
MSTP 4.6 recommended spelling when referring to this key on IBM‐type keyboards.
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[MSTP 4.6] Only the copyright symbol ©, not the word Copyright, is required in copyright notices.
[MSTP 4.6] Do not use 'corrupt' to describe this condition.Correct: The file may be corrupted.Incorrect: The file may be corrupt.
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The short form "hatch" is used on compounds such as "horizontal hatch" and "downward hatch" to refer to the direction of the shading.
Also spelled in one word: crosshatch.
[Office Online] If you run a crosstab query often, or if you use it as the basis for a form, report, or data access page, you can speed up the query by using the preceding procedure to specify fixed column headings. [Commerce Server] Data sources might consist of one or more cubes that provide data for a business A cube in Commerce Server 2000 is created during the unpacking process, and is scorecard. [Axapta] The cube, when transferred and processed, will query your database and return populated and processed for data retrieval when the Reports preparation DTS task is report data.
run. Storing data in cubes increases the speed of data retrieval.
[Generic] The dollar sign is the US currency symbol. [LIP] Examples of currency symbols are: $, €, or £.
[Office Online] Custom toolbars that you create are specific to the Access data file. If you want to use a custom toolbar in a different Access data file, you must re‐create or import the custom toolbar.
[MSTP 4.6] Use as either singular or plural in meaning but always with a singular verb. That is, always use "the data is" (or another appropriate verb) whether you mean a collection of facts (plural) or information (singular). If you want to emphasize that something is plural, rewrite to use a term such as facts or numbers.Do not use 'datum'
or 'data are'. They are etymologically correct, but many readers will fail to recognize datum and will see both datum and data are as pretentious. gegevensintegriteit
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Cryptography is used to enable and ensure confidentiality, data integrity, authentication (entity and data origin), and nonrepudiation.
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[Office Online] Data types include Text (string), Rich Text, Whole Number, Decimal, True/False (Boolean), Hyperlink, Date, Time, Date and Time, and Picture.
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[Office Online] If your data exists in a different format, such as an Excel spreadsheet, you still need to create a database using Access. After you create a database, you can import or link the spreadsheet to
a table in the newly‐created database. [MSTP 4.6] Do not use debug in any context as a synonym for troubleshoot.
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[MSTP] Use all uppercase unless otherwise noted.
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[MSTP 4.6] v. Use 'delete' to refer to actions that the Delete command takes, such as moving files to the Recycle Bin and moving items in Microsoft Outlook to the Deleted Items folder. You can use 'delete' to describe these actions even if the user arrives at them by some other way, such as by dragging a file to the Recycle Bin. Use 'delete' to refer to actions that result from pressing the Delete or Backspace key on the computer, such as deleting selected text. Do not use 'delete' as a synonym for remove. Do not use 'cut' or 'erase' as a synonym for delete.
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[MSTP 4.6] Many home users and information workers do not understand that default
refers to something that happens if the user does not take an action or does not supply a required value. Consider whether you need to explain the meaning of 'default' in your content or even whether your content can dispense with default altogether. Avoid 'default' as a verb. It is jargon. 'Default' is acceptable as a noun or as an adjective. [BCM] Defragmentation is the process of rewriting parts of a file so that all information is together. The purpose is to increase the speed of access to and retrieval of information stored on a disk.
[Office12 Packaging] Design workflows and applications on the SharePoint platform without writing and deploying code. Code is built into a complete system and then is deployed to a runtime environment (a Web page). From the core team: Based on the OEM user feedback, the Msxoem writers/editors have decided to delete the terms “attach,” “detach,” and “unattach” from the LH OPK glossary. We will simply use the terms “add” and “remove” or “delete” as appropriate.
[OPK] For Windows licensing, devices can be electronic equipment such as computers, workstations, terminals, and handheld computers that can access or use the services of Windows operating systems, including file sharing, print sharing, remote access, and authentication. [Vista Packaging] Enjoy your favorite entertainment on your PC and share it throughout the home on devices including Xbox 360.
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[MSTP 4.6] Use as an adjective only, not as a verb or noun. Always hyphenate.
[PowerPoint] A common technique is to dim the text of a bullet point after it's been discussed in order to de‐emphasize it.
[Axapta] You must add at least one level to each dimension to process the cube definition.
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niet beschikbaar
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DMA (Direct Memory Access ofwel directe geheugentoegang)
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[MSTP 4.6] Use only to refer to a CD or DVD. It is now standard practice to use the spelling 'disc' for optical discs and 'disk' in all other computer contexts, such as floppy disk, hard disk, and RAM disk.
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[MSTP 4.6] Do not use disk to refer to a compact disc or DVD.
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[MSTP 4.6] Use 'screen' to refer to the graphic portion of a monitor. Use 'display' as a general term for any visual output device, such as a flat‐panel display on a portable computer.
[Office Online] To resize a docked toolbar that is on the same row as another toolbar, drag the move handle.
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dots per inch (punten per inch)
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gedistribueerde wachtwoordverificatie
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Switch to the previous document window
A domain is administered as a unit with common rules and procedures, and each domain has a unique name.
[MSTP 4.6] Always hyphenate. Use instead of 'select' and 'choose' when referring to a mouse action. Do not use 'double‐click on'.
[Axapta] The author's first draft was not as accurate as his final version.
[MSTP 4.6] Use instead of drag and drop. The action of dragging includes dropping the
element in place.
[Office12 Packaging] Quickly identify edits and feedback and create a fixed version of your document in PDF or XPS format.
[Old LIP] FrontPage has both a web page editor and an HTML editor. You can also associate files with external editors. Application Programming Interface
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[MSTP 4.6] Always hyphenate. Do not use as a verb; use 'send' instead. Use 'e‐mail message' or 'message' to refer to an individual piece of e‐mail. Do not use e‐mail as a synonym for message.Use e‐mail to refer generically to an electronic mail program or to refer collectively to e‐mail messages. Once you have established the context of electronic mail, it is all right to use mail instead of e‐mail. [MSTP 4.6] Do not use as a verb; use 'send' instead. Use 'e‐mail message' or 'message' to refer to an individual piece of e‐mail. Do not use e‐mail as a synonym for message.
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e‐mailserver
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licentiebepalingen
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"Microsoft Software, Licentiebepalingen"
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grote organisatie
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onderneming
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grote organisatie
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invoer
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[MSTP 4.6] Not 'imbed', which is a variant spelling.
[MSTP 4.6] Do not use an en dash to indicate an empty cell in a table. Do not use spaces on either side
of an en dash.
[MSTP 4.6] According to MSTP, the en dash character should be used to represent a minus sign. In Unicode there is a separate character (2212) for this purpose.
[OPK] The end user is the person who ultimately receives the computer manufactured by the OEM.
Acceptable on subsequent reference.
In word processing programs, the ENTER key is used at the end of a paragraph.
[MSTP 4.6] Use all uppercase unless otherwise noted.
[MSTP 4.6] Use all uppercase unless otherwise noted. Always use ESC, not ESCAPE or Escape, especially on the Macintosh.
[Office Online] You cannot save design changes to a shared Access database while other users have the database open. The only way to ensure that changes are saved is by opening the Access database in exclusive mode.
[Commerce Server] An expression might be "user.totalvisit > 100". If this expression evaluates to "True," then a specific piece of content is displayed to a customer.
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[Office Online] The fields and groups define the type and structure of the data that users can enter into your form. Often used synonymously with "file type".
Often used synonymously with "file format".
[Office Online] Before you create a relationship, you must first define a primary key or unique constraint for your table. You then relate the primary key column to a matching column. Once you create the relationship, the matching column becomes a foreign key of the table.
[Outlook] Flag for follow up.
[Office12 Packaging] The new To‐Do Bar brings together tasks, appointments, and e‐mail flagged for follow‐up.
[MSTP 4.6] Use drive, disk drive, or, if necessary, floppy disk drive to describe the 3.5‐
inch disk drives in a computer. Do not use floppy drive or floppy disk system.
[MSTP 4.6] Use drive, disk drive, or, if necessary, floppy disk drive to describe the 3.5‐
inch disk drives in a computer. Do not use floppy drive or floppy disk system.
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[MSTP 4.6] Use drive, disk drive, or, if necessary, floppy disk drive to describe the 3.5‐
inch disk drives in a computer. Do not use floppy drive or floppy disk system.
By using Storage Resource Manager, you can perform the following tasks:• Create quotas to limit the space allowed for a volume or folder and generate notifications when the quota limits are approached
or exceeded.
[MSTP 4.6] Use 'font', not 'typeface', for the name of a typeface design — for example, Times New Roman or Bookman.
[MSTP 4.6] Use 'font size', not 'type size', for the point size, such as 12 point or 14 point.
[MSTP 4.6] Use 'font style', not 'type style', to refer to the formatting, such as bold, italic, or small caps.
[MSTP 4.6] In content related to word‐processing and publishing programs, use instead of 'bottom running head' or 'running foot' when discussing page layout; however, 'running foot' is acceptable as a synonym in keyword lists and indexes.
[MSTP 4.6] In content related to word‐processing and publishing programs, use instead of 'bottom running head' or 'running foot' when discussing page layout; however, 'running foot' is acceptable as a synonym in keyword lists and indexes.
[Office] Use to display page summaries, dates, or page numbers at the bottom of every page in a form
or report. In a form, the page footer appears only when you print the form.
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[MSTP 4.6] Use 'format' to refer to the overall layout or pattern of a document. Use 'formatting' to refer to particulars of character formatting, paragraph formatting, and so on.
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gateway
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[MSTP 4.6] Use instead of 'video adapter' or 'display adapter' to describe the hardware that converts image data into electronic signals processed by a computer monitor. Do not use 'graphics adapter', 'graphics card', or 'graphics board'. accent grave
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One word according to MSTP v4.6.
[MSTP 4.6] If used in conjunction with the less than sign to enclose a character string such an HTML or XML tag, then 'right angle bracket' is all right. groeperen
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[OPK] A group is a collection of users, computers, contacts, or other groups. Groups can be used as [Budapest ‐ Office Communicator Web Access] A group is a named collection of security or as e‐mail distribution collections. Distribution groups are used only for e‐mail. Security contacts in the Contacts list.
groups are used both to grant access to resources and as e‐mail distribution lists.[Access] A group is two or more controls that can be treated as one unit while designing a form or report. You can select the group instead of selecting each individual control as you're arranging controls or assigning properties. [Vista] Use Group Policy to keep unauthorized users from making inappropriate changes to browser security settings.
[MSTP 4.6] Refer to the disk itself as the hard disk. Be clear whether you are talking about the disk itself or the drive, which should be referred to as the hard disk drive, not the hard drive, internal drive, fixed disk drive, or hard disk system. Do not hyphenate hard disk. koptekst
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[MSTP 4.6] In word‐processing and publishing documentation, use 'header' instead of 'running head' when discussing page layout. However, 'running head' is acceptable if needed for clarification or as a keyword or index entry.
[MSTP 4.6] In word‐processing and publishing documentation, use 'header' instead of 'running head' when discussing page layout. However, 'running head' is acceptable if needed for clarification or as a keyword or index entry.
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verborgen
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hiërarchisch menu
trapsgewijs menu
onderliggend menu
onderliggend menu
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input/output
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Internet Information Services
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We’re intentionally abstracting the difference between Standby and Hibernate, and just calling these “sleep” in the top level UI, in an attempt to simplify power management for most users. Underneath, Windows will just “do the right thing”. Advanced users that know the difference can still find and choose the specific standby and hibernate states. Microsoft Office Word indicates hidden text by underlining it with a dotted line.
Enter an integer value, starting from 0, for the index of the desired subcommand in a submenu, if the command has a submenu. The index is relative to the position in the menu's macro definition and not necessarily to the menu's display. Press F1 for help on this argument.
[MSTP 4.6] In general, avoid using 'highlight', unless you are specifically referring to the highlighter feature in some products that users can apply to emphasize selections.
[GTMT] Use instead of Rest on, because Rest on could cause users to touch the screen and do a press and hold action by accident.
FrontPage automatically creates HTML tags to represent each element on a page.
[Office Online] You use an identifier in an expression to refer to an object or its properties. This is the correct spelled‐out form for this acronym and concept.
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[Vista Packaging] Organize and use digital images and video throughout your business.
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beeldapparaat
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[Office Online] Before you import or link data from a delimited text file or fixed‐width text file, make sure that the file has the same type of data in each field and the same fields in every row.
[LIP] This license package can not be installed due to incompatible system architecture.
[Office Online] You can use an index to speed access to data in a database table. You create an index by selecting one or more columns in a table that you want to be able to search on. You can use the index once you save the table.
[MSTP 4.6] Do not use to mean start a program or turn on a computer.
[MSTP 4.6] Do not use to mean start a program or turn on a computer.
[MSTP 4.6] In general, spell key names as they appear in the [MSTP Guide], whether the name appears in text or in a procedure. Use all uppercase unless otherwise noted.
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[MSDN: Windows Automotive] The OEM is solely responsible for designating the EDDC hardware interface.
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Each device sends its interrupt requests over a specific hardware line, numbered from 0 to 15. Each device must be assigned a unique IRQ number.
When the processor receives an interrupt, it suspends its current operations, saves the status of its work, and transfers control to a special routine known as an interrupt handler, which contains the instructions for dealing with the particular situation that caused the interrupt.
Each device sends its interrupt requests over a specific hardware line, numbered from 0 to 15. Each device must be assigned a unique IRQ number.
[MSTP 4.6] if your document may be available worldwide, 'not valid' is preferred over 'invalid'. Automatic Web translation software may translate 'invalid' incorrectly.Both 'invalid' and 'not valid' are vague words that should be replaced with something more specific wherever possible. [MSTP 4.6] if your document may be available worldwide, 'not valid' is preferred over 'invalid'. Automatic Web translation software may translate 'invalid' incorrectly.
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[MSTP] Use justify only to refer to text that is aligned on both the left and right margins. Use align instead of justify to refer to text that is aligned on only one margin. kilobit
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[MS Press] Jobs in the queue are often ordered according to some basis of priority.
Joins tell the program how data is related.
[MSTP 4.6] Do not use to mean "embed." Join, in database terminology, refers to a relationship or association between fields in different tables and should be reserved for that meaning in documentation for database and related products.
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[MSTP4.6] Do not use in end user documentation. Use keyboard shortcut instead. Access key is best avoided entirely, but it is permissible in developer documentation o
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[MSTP 4.6] Always use numeric keypad for the first reference. Do not use keypad alone unless the context has been established and there's no possibility of confusion with the keyboard. If in doubt, continue to use numeric keypad.In general, avoid making distinctions between the keyboard and the numeric keypad. When the user can press two keys that look the same, be specific in directing the user to the proper key — for example, "press the MINUS SIGN on the numeric keypad, not the HYPHEN key on the keyboard."
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[MSTP 4.6] Always use numeric keypad for the first reference. Do not use keypad alone unless the context has been established and there's no possibility of confusion with the keyboard. If in doubt, continue to use numeric keypad.In general, avoid making distinctions between the keyboard and the numeric keypad. When the user can press two keys that look the same, be specific in directing the user to the proper key — for example, "press the MINUS SIGN on the numeric keypad, not the HYPHEN key on the keyboard."
[Tablet PC] Use when necessary to differentiate between hardware keyboard and the on‐screen keyboard in Tablet PC Input Panel.
[BCM] Use the keyboard shortcut F5 to refresh your screen display.
Main and preferred term.[MSTP4.6] Use to describe any combination of keystrokes that can be used to perform a task that would otherwise require a mouse or other pointing device. In developer documentation or in material about customizing the user interface, it is permissible to use access key or shortcut key when it is necessary to distinguish between the two.
[Office Online?] Keywords include the names of statements, data types, methods, operators, objects, and predefined functions. Don't use keywords for variable or object names. trefwoord
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You can use keywords to index files you created in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook.; [Works] The user enters a search keyword; the calendar then searches for appointments containing this keyword.
[MSTP 4.6] Abbreviate as KB, not K, K byte, or Kbyte. At first mention, spell out and use the abbreviation in parentheses if your audience may not be familiar with the abbreviation. [MSTP 4.6] Abbreviate as KB, not K, K byte, or Kbyte. At first mention, spell out and use the abbreviation in parentheses if your audience may not be familiar with the abbreviation. laag
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[MSTP] Use to refer to text that is aligned at the left margin. Use align instead of justify to refer to text that is aligned on only one margin.
[MSTP 4.6] Use the term opening parenthesis or closing parenthesis for an individual parenthesis, not open parenthesis, close parenthesis, beginning parenthesis, ending parenthesis, left parenthesis, or right parenthesis. It is all right to use parenthesis alone if it either does not matter or is unambiguously clear which parenthesis is under discussion.
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[MSTP 4.6] If used in conjunction with the greater than sign to enclose a character string such an HTML or XML tag, then 'left angle bracket' is all right. niveau
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Microsoft Office Word adjusts the line spacing to accommodate the largest font or the tallest graphic in that line.
List box is a generic term for any type of dialog box option containing a list of items the user can select. In text and procedures, refer to a list box by its label and the word list, not list box. logboekbestand
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[MSTP 4.6] Use sign in and sign out to refer to creating and ending a user session for an Internet account. Use log on and log off to describe creating and ending a user session for a computer or intranet user account.
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[MSTP 4.6] Use sign in and sign out to refer to creating and ending a user session for an Internet account. Use log on and log off to describe creating and ending a user session for a computer or intranet user account.
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logo
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[MSTP 4.6] One word. Do not use 'lowercased'. Avoid using as a verb.
[Office Online] You can run a macro directly, in a macro group, from another macro or an event procedure, or in response to an event on a form or report.
The term is “Magnifier”. A bug (PS 1574193 in Windows OS Bugs) is opened to replace instances of “Screen Magnify” and “Microsoft Screen Magnify” with “Magnifier.”
Your administrator sets up a mailbox for each user. If you designate a personal folder file as your e‐
mail delivery location, messages are routed to it from your mailbox. [Outlook]
Address data for mailing labels is often pulled from a data source through a mail merge.
[Office Online] To format merged data, you must format the merge fields in the main document. Don't format the data in the data source, because its formatting isn't retained when you merge the data into the document.
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[Office Online] In general, you insert text and graphics in the printable area inside the margins. However, you can position some items in the margins — for example, headers, footers, and page numbers.
[Office Online] Use the default page margins or specify your own. View markup when you want to process tracked changes and comments. Print a document with markup to keep a record of changes made to a document.
[Office Online] To place a marquee on a page, create a scrolling text control.
[Business Scorecard Manager] The server on which the Business Scorecard Manager Server database is installed hosts the scorecard metadata, including all scorecard elements and permissions. [Duet] Duet metadata refers to application‐specific metadata provided to or by the Duet Metadata Service that describes services and applications. In Duet, metadata describes entities: how to obtain instance information, relationships to other entities, actions that can be executed for an entity, and how to determine whether actions and navigation can be executed for the instance of the entity.
[Vista UI string] modal dialog
[MSTP 4.6] Use screen to refer to the graphic portion of a monitor. Use display as a general term for any visual output device, such as a flat‐panel display on a portable computer.
By moving the mouse on a surface (such as a desk top), the user typically controls an on‐screen cursor. MS‐DOS‐besturingssysteem
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navigatiebalk
navigatiedeelvenster
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negatieve inspringing
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[MSTP 4.6] When you click Show/Hide, Word displays all nonprinting characters, including paragraph marks and space marks.
normale weergave
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[Word] Normal view is convenient for most editing and formatting tasks.
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[MSTP 4.6] Do not use to refer to the act of going from place to place on the World Wide Web or on an intranet Web. Use browse instead. In a Help window, the navigation pane would contain links to the Table of Contents, the Answer Wizard, and the Index. In an Outlook window, the navigation pane would include panes such as Mail, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and the shortcuts or folders within each pane.
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Optical Character Recognition
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[MSTP 4.6] Use all uppercase unless otherwise noted.
[Budapest ‐ Office Communicator Web Access] A user who is offline (i.e. not connected to the instant messaging system) may still be able to receive calls or e‐mail. [BCM] Could not connect to Shared Database; you will be connected to the local offline database. [CRM] The offline network status indicates a client is not connected to a server and data is not being updated between the client and the server.
[Maestro?] You can deny certain users access to specific dimensions within a cube by using Analysis Service roles with OLAP cubes. [Axapta] Examples of uses of online analytical processing (OLAP) are for business reporting of sales and marketing or budgeting and forecasting.
[Office Online] An OLE object from an OLE server (for example, a Windows Paint picture or a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet) can be linked or embedded in a field, form, or report.
[Office Online] Make sure that the controls in your option group are option buttons. You can use check boxes in an option group on a form, but not in an option group on a data access page.
[MSTP 4.6] Spell out ordinal numbers in text, even when more than nine; that is, do not use 1st, 2nd, 12th, and so on.
Excel inserts automatic page breaks based on the paper size, margin settings, scaling options, and the positions of any manual page breaks that you insert.
[Office Online] If you want to repeatedly run the same query, but with different values at different times, you can use a parameter query.
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[Vista] It is included on the installation media or provided in a separate disk partition used for recovery. The disk partition does not support file encryption.
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[Vista] If you want to paste an item to a new page, create the new page before you paste the item.
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[CRM 3.0 Mobile] Any lead records referenced are shown as placeholders, because lead records are not available with Microsoft CRM Mobile. The reference is shown as dimmed in forms, and in angle brackets (< >) in lists.
[MSTP 4.6] Use 'plaintext' only to refer to nonencrypted or decrypted text in material about encryption. Use 'plain text' to refer to ASCII files.
[MSTP 4.6] Use 'plaintext' only to refer to nonencrypted or decrypted text in material about encryption. Use 'plain text' to refer to ASCII files.
[andraa] Term no longer used in Windows Media Player (7/2005). [duanedo] Term now used in Windows Media Player Mobile (3/2006).
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Point‐to‐Point Protocol
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Point‐to‐Point Protocol over Ethernet
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Be careful to note that sometimes the U.S. writers use the term mouse/mice to represent the concept in this entry.
[CRM 3.0 Mobile] PPP Network Settings: If the mobile user will be using a modem for a dial‐up connection to your network, this item sets up account, location, and network information.
[CRM 3.0 Mobile] CRM uses this term in the narrower sense of dial‐up connections: A communications protocol that allows a computer to connect to other computers over a standard dial‐up telephone line using a high‐speed modem.
[MSTP 4.6] Refer to this character as 'number sign' in most cases, but 'pound key' when referring to the telephone.
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[Office Online] A primary key is used to relate a table to foreign keys in other tables.
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printer
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[Office Online] By extending your database to include Microsoft Visual Basic procedures, you can customize the way the tables, forms, reports, and queries in your database work together. productcode
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[OPK] The product key may be found on the back of the installation CD or DVD cover, on the back of the Windows manual, or on the back of the computer.
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[MSTP 4.6] Use all uppercase unless otherwise noted.
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random access memory
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[OPK] In OPK, protocol refers to a set of rules and conventions for sending information over a network. These rules govern the content, format, timing, sequencing, and error control of messages exchanged among network devices.
[CRM 3.0 Mobile] The Microsoft CRM Mobile administrator can publish new or modified forms and views to Microsoft CRM Mobile users by using CRM Mobile Customization. Changes are not visible to mobile users until they are published.[InfoPath] You can publish a form template by performing tasks such as sending it in an e‐mail message or saving it to a SharePoint site or other shared location.
[Visual Studio Team System] A query is a named set of criteria that Visual Studio Team Foundation uses to display work items
A record is more commonly called a row in an SQL database.
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[Office Online] In an Access database (.mdb), refreshing records only updates the data that already exists in your datasheet or form. It doesn't reorder records, display new records, or remove deleted records and records that no longer meet specified criteria. To perform those tasks, requery the records.
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[MSTP] Use to refer to text that is aligned at the right margin. terugdraaiactie
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scanner
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[Vista] Do you want to continue with the rollback?
Routers find the quickest paths for sending information, which makes network connections faster. Routers can be wired or wireless.
[Works] The image can be scaled, or sized, to fit appropriately.
[MSTP 4.6] Use all uppercase unless otherwise noted.
This setting determines the distance you will cover when scrolling the wheel quickly. For example, if you select a Fast setting and then roll the wheel quickly, you will be able to scroll through long documents more quickly with less effort.
[MSTP 4.6] Acceptable in content for software developers or information technology professionals to refer to a program that searches for keywords in documents or in a database. The term is now used most often in connection with services and programs that search the Internet.Avoid in content for home users and information workers. Refer instead to the action itself ("Search for interesting Web sites") or use search service or search page.
[Vista Packaging] Enhanced security with Windows Defender and User Account Control.
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[MSTP] Do not use content for home users or information workers. Use keyboard shortcut instead. Shortcut key is best avoided entirely, but it is permissible in developer documentation or in material about customizing the user interface when you must distinguish between an access key and a shortcut key. In such cases, use shortcut key to denote a key combination used to perform a command, and be sure to
provide a definition. If you must use shortcut key, use the singular form when only one key is required: "the shortcut key F1." Otherwise, use the plural: "the shortcut keys CTRL+N." [Avalon] Note that Office uses this term with a slightly different concept.
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[MSTP4.6] Do not use key combination as a term in content for home users and information workers. Use keyboard shortcut instead. Key combination is best avoided entirely, but it is acceptable in content for software developers when you must distinguish between a key combination, in which two or more keys are pressed simultaneously (such as CTRL+P), and a key sequence. In such cases, provide a definition for key combination. afsluiten
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[MSTP 4.6] Do not use 'highlight' as a synonym for select. Selecting is a standard procedure, and highlight can often be confused with product features such as text highlighters that only provide visual emphasis. Do not use 'pick' as a synonym for select. [Vista Packaging] Enjoy your favorite entertainment on your PC and share it throughout the home on devices including Xbox 360.; [Works] You can share an appointment with other calendars.
No editor for files of this type is registered with the shell.
[MSTP 4.6] Use all uppercase unless otherwise noted.
[MSTP 4.6] This action shuts down Windows so that you can safely turn off the computer power. Many computers turn the power off automatically.
[MSTP 4.6] The accidental shutdown may have corrupted some files.
Do not confuse with "log on".[MSTP 4.6] Use sign in and sign out to refer to creating and ending a user session for an Internet account. Use log on and log off to describe creating and ending a user session for a computer or intranet user account. Do not confuse with "log off".[MSTP 4.6] Use sign in and sign out to refer to creating and ending a user session for an Internet account. Use log on and log off to describe creating and ending a user session for a computer or intranet user account.
Both Standby and Hibernate are considered sleep states. We’re intentionally abstracting the difference between Standby and Hibernate, and just calling these “sleep” in the top level UI, in an attempt to simplify power management for most users. Underneath, Windows will just “do the right thing”. Advanced users that know the difference can still find and choose the specific standby and hibernate states. [MS Press] A computer in sleep mode usually awakens when it receives an input signal from a user or a network, such as a keyboard entry or an incoming call through a modem. Many battery‐powered devices, including portable computers, support sleep mode.
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[MSTP 4.6] Do not use shut down to refer to turning off the power to a computer. Do not use shut down as a synonym for close or exit. A slider control, also called a trackbar control, lets a user select from a range of values by moving a slider. The volume controls in the Windows operating system are slider controls.
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[InfoPath 2003 Glossary] The main data source contains Extensible Markup Language (XML) data that is saved with the form. A secondary data source contains XML data retrieved through a data connection, from an external location, such as a database. Controls on a form are bound to the fields and groups in a data source.
[MSTP 4.6] Use all uppercase unless otherwise noted. Precede with 'the' except in procedures, key combinations, or key sequences.
Voice recognition is sometimes used as a synonym of voice identification.
[MSTP 4.6] Do not use as a synonym for worksheet. A spreadsheet is a computer accounting program, such as Microsoft Excel; a worksheet is the document produced by a spreadsheet program.
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[MSTP 4.6] A worksheet is the document produced by a spreadsheet program.
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We’re intentionally abstracting the difference between Standby and Hibernate, and just calling these “sleep” in the top level UI, in an attempt to simplify power management for most users. Underneath, Windows will just “do the right thing”. Advanced users that know the difference can still find and choose the specific standby and hibernate states. opstarten
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[MSTP 4.6] Avoid 'startup' as a noun in content written for home users or information workers. Write around it if possible. It is all right to use 'startup' as a noun in content written for developers or information technology professionals.
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[MSTP 4.6] When referring to Structured Query Language, SQL is pronounced "es‐cue‐
el" and takes the article an—for example, "an SQL database."As part of the name Microsoft SQL Server, SQL is pronounced "sequel."
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[Office Online] Stored procedures can contain program flow, logic, and queries against the database. They can accept parameters, output parameters, return single or multiple result sets, and return values.You can use stored procedures for any purpose for which you would use SQL statements, with these advantages:‐You can execute a series of SQL statements in a single stored procedure. ‐You can reference other stored procedures from within your stored procedure, which can simplify a series of complex statements. ‐The stored procedure is compiled on the server when it is created, so it executes faster than individual SQL statements.
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[Axapta] The style sheet specifies the fonts and colors to use on the Web page.
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[Vista Packaging] Get better support for laptop computers, including easier, safer access to wireless networks.
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Commerce Server uses the term "administrator" for this concept.
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[MSTP 4.6] Not 'strikeout' or 'lineout'. [Vista] Full synchronization ensures that offline files are complete and current. Enabling this setting automatically enables logon synchronization in Synchronization Manager.
[GTMT] In Microsoft© Windows© 2000 and later versions of the operating system, a centralized location for the user to synchronize all offline data that is personally owned. A centralized, standard technology for synchronizing files for offline use on either a mobile computer or a computer connected to a local area network that has latency issues.
Note: capitalization in Vista.
[Office12 Packaging] Works with the Microsoft Office system of products.
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[Vista] TTS Voices.
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[Vista] You can control the voice properties, speed, and other options for text‐to‐speech translation.
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[Office12 Packaging] PowerPoint: Create dynamic business presentations faster with new themes, layouts, and styles.
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[MS Press] The table is the underlying structure of a relation.[Office Online] A table is a collection of data about a specific topic, such as products or suppliers. Using a separate table for each topic means that you store that data only once. This results in a more efficient database and fewer data‐entry errors. You can find Help for Office XP Pack for Tablet PC in the Help menu in Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Microsoft Excel. To open Tablet Pack Help, you can also click or tap Start, point to All programs, point to Microsoft Office XP Pack for Table
[Vista] On the Windows taskbar, tap Tablet PC Input Panel.
You can create templates for workbooks and worksheets. The default template for workbooks is called Book.xlt. The default template for worksheets is called Sheet.xlt.
MSTP 4.6 says do not abbreviate this term
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[MSTP 4.6] Three‐dimensional is preferred, but 3‐D is acceptable. Spell out at first mention. Use 3‐D in tables and indexes and where space is a problem, as well as to reflect the product interface.
[MSTP 4.6] Three‐dimensional is preferred, but 3‐D is acceptable. Spell out at first mention. Use 3‐D in tables and indexes and where space is a problem, as well as to reflect the product interface. Term no longer used in Powerline 1.0 (August 2005)
[MSTP 4.6] Two‐dimensional is preferred, but 2‐D is acceptable. Spell out at first mention. Use 2‐D in tables and indexes and where space is a problem, as well as to reflect the product interface.
[MSTP 4.6] Two‐dimensional is preferred, but 2‐D is acceptable. Spell out at first mention. Use 2‐D in tables and indexes and where space is a problem, as well as to reflect the product interface.
[MSTP 4.6] Use 'underline' to refer to text formatting with underlined characters or to formatting. Use underscore to refer to the underscore character ( _ ).
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MSTP 4.5 says this is the proper form (two words, capital W). August 2005
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[MSTP 4.6] Use instead of refresh to describe the action of an image being restored on
the screen or data in a table being updated.
in hoofdletters
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[MSTP 4.6] One word. Do not use 'uppercased'. Avoid using as a verb.
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[CRM 3.0 Mobile] A user can create any record he or she has permission to create even if it is not in the data set for any of the user’s subscriptions. rechten
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[Works] To view Address Book contacts, click the Contacts tab.
[CRM 3.0 Mobile] Records that contain the data for each view that you subscribed to are copied to your device during synchronization. [CRM 3.0 Mobile] The fields in a view can come from any field in the record type, and can also come from fields in related record types.
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[BCM] In Business Contact Manager for Outlook, you can also create custom views.[Outlook] Views give you different ways to look at the same information in a folder by putting it in different arrangements and formats. There are standard views for each folder. You can also create custom views.[InfoPath] Users can switch between views to choose the amount of data shown in the form.
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[MSTP 4.6] To refer to a slash in documents, it may be useful to differentiate between a "forward slash" for URLs and a "backward slash" for servers and folders.
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[MSTP 4.6] To refer to a slash in documents, it may be useful to differentiate between a "forward slash" for URLs and a "backward slash" for servers and folders.
[MSTP 4.6] Use 'user rights' only to refer to Microsoft Windows security policies that apply to individual user accounts or administrative groups. The system administrator manages user rights through the User Rights Assignment snap‐in. User rights are assigned, not granted or allowed.Do not use privilege as a synonym for user right. [Office Online] You can verify that data is entered correctly into a control on a form or into a field in a table by setting a property for the control, or by setting record or field validation rules in the underlying table.
[Visual Studio Team System] The version number in source control reflects one or more changes from a previous form. The greater the version number, the more recent the version. Review the differences
between the two file versions and choose the change you want to retain in the merge by selecting it. [Vista Packaging] The preferred version of Windows Vista.
[MSTP 4.6] You can also use a slash mark between the numerator and denominator of fractions in equations that occur in text.
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[MSTP 4.6] A virtual disk performs like a physical disk but is actually a part of the computer's memory. [MSTP 4.6] Use the term only to refer to a specific element. Avoid in content for home
Some other virtual devices or services are virtual machine, virtual memory, and virtual desktop. users and information workers.
[Office Online] A replica's visibility type determines several issues for the replica. For instance, a replica's visibility determines what type of replicas you can create from it, whether it can act as the Design Master in the replica set, and how it handles conflicts during synchronization. Visibility also determines which replicas that replica can synchronize with. You can't change a replica's visibility once you create the replica.
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[MSTP 4.6] Do not use constructions containing a slash mark to indicate a choice, such
as either/or and he/she (and/or is acceptable, if necessary). Do not use a slash mark as
a substitute for or. If the user interface uses a slash in this way, follow the interface in describing the label, but use or in describing the corresponding action.
A very useful report to run is the Duplicate Files report. This report not only lists all duplicate files in a volume or folder but also presents statistical data related to the space these duplicate files occupy on disk.
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Spelling for Longhorn as of 2004‐09‐22. We are using web, webpage, website, etc., in Vista.Dec 2005: MS Editorial Style Board is aware that this spelling does not conform to current MSTP guidelines.
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The Longhorn OPK glossary project is sticking with MSTP, capitalizing Web.
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You can search for words or phrases, and use wildcard characters in search queries. The following table provides examples of the query expressions you can use and the expected results.
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If you want to use wildcards, click the right arrow beside the input area. You can insert any of the following wildcards: Any Character, Any Digit, or Any Character, 0 or More Matches.
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Note that Web is capitalized.
[MSTP 4.6] Wildcard is one word. Always use the word 'character' with wildcard when referring to a keyboard character that can be used to represent one or many characters, such as the * or ? According to MSTP 4.6, 'wildcard' should always be followed by the word 'character'. It appears usage in MOM does not conform to these guidelines.
The wizard will help you add computer use time now.
[MSTP 4.6] One word (wordwrap). It's acceptable to use wordwrapping, as in "turn off wordwrapping."
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[Windows] When you set up a network, Windows automatically creates a workgroup and gives it a name.
[MSTP 4.6] Always hyphenated. Use 'write‐protect', not 'lock', to refer to the action of protecting disks from being overwritten.
[MSTP 4.6] Always hyphenated. When used as a verb, use write‐protect. When used as an adjective, use write‐protected.
PhotoDraw is a discontinued product
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[Office Online] Print a color separation to break out the component colors in your publication for final printing on a commercial printer.
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[Office Online] Use the column selector to move, hide, or rename a column.
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Microsoft Office Word inserts a comment mark in the document. Comment marks appear when you click Markup on the View menu.
PhotoDraw is a discontinued product
[Office Online] Complementary colors contrast each other to create a dynamic effect.
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To activate a sheet, click the tab for the sheet in the workbook.
[Word] In outline view, Microsoft Office Word displays a symbol to the left of body text.
PhotoDraw is a discontinued product
PhotoDraw is a discontinued product
Use a concordance file in Microsoft Office Word to quickly mark index entries.
[Office Online] In InfoPath, conditional formatting allows you to specify different formatting options for a control based on logical conditions that occur on the form. If the specified conditions are present
when a user fills out the form, the conditional formatting is displayed. You can use conditional formatting to apply bold, underline, italic, strikethrough, font color, and background color to controls.
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databaseverbinding
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[Office Online] You can make a copy of your digital ID as a backup in case the Digital ID is damaged. You can also move the Digital ID to use it on another computer. You can delete a Digital ID from a computer you no longer use. You do this by using the Import/Export button on the Security tab.
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PhotoDraw is a discontinued product
[MSDN] An application can use this function to enable or disable a control in a dialog box. A disabled control cannot receive the input focus, nor can a user access it.
Term occurs in lowercase in SharePoint Portal Server 2003
[Office Online] During creation of the document library, information that you enter on the Create Document Library page, such as document library friendly name, document library description, and contact name, is transmitted in plain text. tekenpapier
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[Office Online] You might want to delete or modify some of the standard elements of the data access page. For example, select the expand control in the header that contains the filter control, and then press DELETE.
[Office Online] The Data Outline displays a tree view of the data model of a data access page.
[Office Online] You can set up data validation to prevent users from entering data that isn't valid, or allow invalid data but check for it after the user is finished. [Office Online] The Date function returns the current date. You might use it in an expression that sets the default value for a field in a table. That way, whenever a new record is added, the field defaults to the current date.
[Office Online] To create a form, you work in Design view. Viewing a form in Design view is like sitting This is the capitalization of the term as it appears in UA content.
at a workbench surrounded by useful tools.
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[Office Online] Place the insertion point in the hyperlink field in the datasheet, or in the text box or other control that accepts hyperlinks on the form. To set tabs with leader characters: On the Format menu, click Tabs. Under 'Tab stop position', type the position for a new tab, or select an existing tab stop to which you want to add leader characters. Under Alignment, select the alignment for text typed at the tab stop. Under Leader, click the leader option you want, and then click Set.
[Office Online] When designing a form, you can insert list controls, which automatically format text into lists as users type into them.
Once a record has been opened for editing, it becomes a 'locked record.' Other users may not make changes while the record is locked.
[Office Online] You can use make‐table queries to archive old records, to make backup copies of your Access 2003
tables, to select a group of records to export to another database, or to use as a basis for reports that display data from a specific time. Access 2007 & SQL Server
[MSDN] You can copy rows into a new table using a Make Table query, which is useful for creating subsets of data to work with or copying the contents of a table from one database to another. A Make
Table query is similar to an Insert From query, but creates a new table to copy rows into.
You can use the Table Analyzer Wizard to normalize your database.
[Office Online] The Visual Basic project of a Microsoft Access file contains references to object libraries, and it can also contain references to other files, including other Access files. groepsvak
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[Office Online] When you add a check box, toggle button, or option button to an option group, Microsoft Access highlights the option group to show that the control will become part of the option group. If the option group isn't highlighted, you're probably placing the control too close to the edge of the option group.
This is the term used in MS Word.
[Word] A paragraph style controls all aspects of a paragraph's appearance, such as text alignment, tab
stops, line spacing, and borders, and it can include character formatting.
[Office Online] You can't enter a value in the foreign key field of the related table that doesn't exist in the primary key of the primary table.
[Publisher] The printer driver tells Publisher what the printer can do, and also tells the printer how to print the publication.
[Office Online] If you select multiple controls but don't see the properties you expect in the property sheet, you may have selected a control that you didn't mean to select. For example, you may have included a line in a group of text boxes. Properties appear in the property sheet only if they apply to all of the selected controls. [Office Online] You can add VBA code to requery the row source for the Product combo box wheneve
the Category combo box is updated.
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[Office Online] Elements within an XML document can also be thought of as nodes of the document. The root element of the document is the root node, and all of the other elements are child nodes (or descendants) of the root node. For use in Office products
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[Office Online] You can nest a subdatasheet within a subdatasheet for up to eight levels. However, each datasheet or subdatasheet can have only one nested subdatasheet. subformulier
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[Office Online] Subforms are especially effective when you want to show data from tables or queries with a one‐to‐many relationship.
[Office Online] You can use the main report to show detail records, such as every sale in a year, and then use a subreport to show summary information, such as the total sales for each quarter.
[Office Online] In the company’s main SharePoint site, a new SharePoint sub‐site was opened for every current, or new, project. [Office Online] This behavior may occur if you are member of the Administrator site group on the Windows SharePoint Services subsite but you are not a member of the Reader site group on its parent
site.
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[Office Online] To display unbound images, you can choose between either the image control or the unbound object frame, or you can add the image to your form as a background or watermark.
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[Office Online] A union query combines fields from two or more tables or queries into one field in the query's results. You might use a union query to combine data from two tables. For example, you might combine company name and city data for all companies in Brazil that are listed in the Suppliers and Customers tables. You could then create a make‐table query based on the union query to make a new table.
[Office Online] If it helps, you can think of update queries as a more powerful version of the Find and Replace dialog box. Your update queries contain select criteria (the equivalent of a search string) and update criteria (the equivalent of a replacement string). The query finds all records that match your select criteria, and then writes your update criteria to those records, all in one pass.
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[Office Online] The toggle button is not available in data access pages.
[Vista] Synchronize data and settings between your computer and other devices. This partnership failed to sync and did not give a reason.
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[Windows XP] Using Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator (MS DTC) ensures that, in a transaction, either both actions succeed or neither is executed. [CRM 3.0 Mobile] Data related to a transaction that shows up in the synchronization issues log is not updated in Microsoft CRM, and usually requires a follow‐up user action to resolve the problem. [Office Online] Mark the beginning of a transaction with the BeginTrans statement, commit the transaction by using the CommitTrans statement, and undo all your changes since BeginTrans by using the Rollback statement.Transactions are optional and can be nested up to five levels. Transactions increase the speed of operations that change data and enable you to reverse changes easily.Transactions are global to the referenced database object's Workspace.
velddiepte
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[OPK] Registration consists of providing the user's name, address, and other demographic information
to Microsoft or to both Microsoft and the OEM. Registration information is commonly used for marketing purposes. Registration is different from activation; a user may activate their installation of Windows without providing any identification or demographic information.
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[Vista] Drag media to the storyboard to begin making a movie.
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[CRM] In Microsoft CRM, an event is typically a system or user action that is detected and acted upon by the workflow system or by the client Web forms. [MBF] In Microsoft Dynamics Tools, an event is a way for a class to notify clients of that class when something of significance happens to an object. A longer repeat delay will prevent you from accidentally entering multiple versions of the same character.
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[OPK] By using an ActiveX control, Windows Update compares the available drivers with those on the user's system and offers to install new or updated versions. [CRM] Users can later add personal information and preferences to complete their records, such as e‐
mail settings, passwords, e‐mail templates, and calendar and time zone settings.
The MSTP recommends using this term instead of "malware". However, I expect many
non‐product teams to use "malware".
[Vista] For other video file formats, clips cannot always be created automatically using clip creation. [andraa] While style would dictate use of the hyphen, actual usage (at MS and externally) appears to favor the non‐hyphenated term.
[andraa] While style would dictate use of the hyphen, actual usage (at MS and externally) appears to favor the non‐hyphenated term.
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[Office Online] To create an event handler in InfoPath, you must associate the event with the correct field, and then write the code in Microsoft Script Editor (MSE) or Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003. Because the event handler is referred to in the form definition (.xsf) file, you should not create a new handler entirely from within MSE or Visual Studio. In addition, you should not modify the event handler name or its arguments.
[Office Online] To resize a floating toolbar, move the pointer over any edge until it changes to a double‐headed arrow, and then drag the edge of the toolbar. Capitalization per Outlook 2003 UI
Term will be removed from the Longhorn Beta 2 version of OPK glossary and will not appear in the product.
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[Office Online] While most queries return recordsets that you can edit, some queries return snapshots, which can't be edited. When you uninstall DPM, you can choose whether to remove or retain your existing shadow copies This is the preferred term for Mojito.
and replicas. To continue accessing shadow copies on the DPM server after you uninstall DPM, you must choose to retain your data protection configuration during the uninstallation.
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Your change causes a cycle in the relationship graph. The wizard will undo the change.
[Vista] Are you sure you would like to roll back to the previous driver package? [SQL Server] To reverse changes made by transactions that were uncommitted at the point in time to which a database is being recovered. [Visual Studio] If you roll back to a certain version, all versions subsequent to that version are deleted.
Remove all transformations and redo auto‐mapping.
[Powerline] To continue using your computer, you must activate Windows within 10 hours. [SBA] To [MSTP 4.6] Do not use 'activate' as a synonym for open, start, or switch to.
continue to use all the features of Microsoft Office Small Business Accounting, you need to activate and register it. [BCM] To continue to use all the features of Microsoft Office Business Contact Manager for Outlook, you need to activate and register it.
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The CD autorun program by default has a link to more information. This is typically a text file containing release notes. You can specify the file to use below.
The account manager may now obtain log files of user ID changes with time and date stamps.
[Outlook] When you create a contact, you can enter up to three addresses for it. You select one address as the mailing address, which becomes the primary address that appears in most views and which is used in mail merges in Microsoft Word.
Wave Draws a wave where you click or drag in the active window. To draw a wave that retains its default height‐to‐width ratio, hold down SHIFT and drag.
[Vista UX guide] Because tooltips have proved so useful, their usage has been expanded to have more [Vista UX guide] There is no infotip control; infotips are implemented with the tooltip descriptive text with infotips.
control. The distinction is in usage, not implementation. For this reason, developers refer to both tooltips and infotips as 'tooltips'
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Copy the object to the Clipboard (select the object and click Copy on the Edit menu), and click Undo Current Record on the Edit menu. Then open the application you used to create the object, paste the object from the Clipboard, and save it.
To edit this connection later, select it, click the File menu, and then click Properties.
To contact Microsoft Product Support Services or to make a suggestion to improve Office, click Contact Us on the Help menu.
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My Computer or Windows Explorer has not been properly initialized yet. Try again later.
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For example, the progress indicator might note that a connection is being made to a remote computer; after the connection is made, the indicator might note that data is being retrieved. However, no effort is made to estimate how long it will be before data retrieval is complete. Although it is possible to create progress indicators that do this, the code required for the progress indicator would be longer and more complex than the code required to carry out the primary function of the script.[http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/guide/sas_ent_bkhg.mspx]
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[CRM] A customer submits a problem by letter, telephone call, fax, or e‐mail. A case is created in Microsoft CRM, including the date the case was created, a case tracking ID number, a title and description of the case, and any other information, as appropriate.
SBA uses the synonym "job" instead of "case".
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[CRM] The organization can be a specific business, a holding company, a corporation, and so on. There can be only one organization per Microsoft CRM deployment. The organization is divided into business units. This chapter provides information about setting up your own organization, assigning users to teams and managers, and assigning user permissions based on roles.
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[CRM] Price lists are a component of the product catalog. Price lists contain one or more individual product prices that have been categorized into a list to allow for maintenance and accessibility. The price list includes the prices that are charged for each unit group of a product. [CRM] Salespeople use price lists to determine the pricing in a quote for a customer. In addition, a default price list can be added to a product.
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Every Outlook Contact will have an associated Business Card in Outlook 12.
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The file was not saved because some properties are missing or invalid. Use the Property Editor to provide the correct values and save the file again.
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[CRM] In our UI, we have two strings that we shortened to KB for space reasons.
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[MSTP 4.6] Use all lowercase for generic references to the "expert system" database type. Use title caps when referring to the Microsoft Knowledge Base.
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[Works] The user enters a search keyword and then clicks Look Up. The dictionary definition, if any, is [Works] Used in dictionary UI.
displayed.
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You can create a partnership with a different computer and make that computer your primary [Vista UI string] Partnership
computer. However, you can have only one partnership. After you create this new partnership, the partnership with your previous primary desktop computer will no longer... [Vista] Start syncing all of your partnerships./ Stop this partnership.
[SBA] A job might be known as a project, a contract, a policy (in the insurance industry) or a case (in the legal industry).
Internal users can browse or search the Knowledge Base to find information about the organization's [MSTP 4.6] Use all lowercase for generic references to the "expert system" database products and services. This information is in the form of articles and is organized by subjects. The type. Use title caps when referring to the Microsoft Knowledge Base. It's not necessary to precede Knowledge Base with the company name.
Knowledge Base is searchable by keyword, header text, or full text.
Privacy warning: This document contains macros, ActiveX controls, XML expansion pack information, or Web components. These may include personal information that cannot be removed by the Document Inspector.
This is the true full form that will be used in end‐user documentation to refer to what is being called "Business Card" in the UI.
"Electronic" was dropped from the UI string because it was too long.
RDF means Resource Description Framework Validate acceptable latency for disk read and write operations.
[Vista] Phishing Filter uses an SSL web connection to send website addresses to Microsoft.
For Microsoft Office Communicator, "Saves the text of the current conversation as a file on the user's computer."
For Microsoft Office Communicator, "In the Add a Contact Wizard, search for a contact, either by e‐
mail address or sign‐in name, or by name or company information."
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[ISA] A tunneling protocol is a network protocol which encapsulates one protocol or session inside In "Avalon", the names of events that use this routing strategy are prefixed with the another. Protocol A is encapsulated within protocol B, such that A treats B as though it were a data word "Preview". These events have the same signature as their counterparts that use link layer. Tunneling may be used to transport a network protocol through a network which would notthe bubbling event routing strategy.
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[Axapta] The property is a company asset. [SBA] An asset is something owned, such as cash, inventory, buildings, or equipment. Assets equal liabilities plus equity. [Office12 Packaging] Microsoft® Office Access 2007 helps you manage projects, assets, inventory, contacts, and more.
GTMT usage note: Okay to use digital ink in tutorials. Use ink in documentation and UI.
GTMT usage note: Okay to use digital ink in tutorials. Use ink in documentation and UI.
[Windows] A filter effect in Windows Movie Maker.
[Commerce Server] Information from registered users is transmitted back to the server and can be used to tell how many of your customers are male and female, how many purchased specific items, which customers consistently order the same products, and other details.
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[CRM] When a rule condition is met, an action is triggered in the workflow system.
Preferred form per MSTP 4.6.
This spelling provided by MSN and is also shown in MSTP 4.6.
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[OPK] Ethernet is the IEEE 802.3 standard that uses Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection (CSMA/CD) as the medium access control.
The term can be localized if it is deemed necessary. However, it is similar to a phrase like SPAM that may become used as a term in many languages as is and not localized [Michael Aldridge (group product planner)]
[Commerce Server] An adapter is a COM or .NET‐based component that helps exchange messages between applications. The adapter consists of design‐time components and run‐time components for receive and send operations. [Axapta] After you code a custom adapter, configure it by specifying its direction (inbound, outbound, bidirectional, or unidirectional) and making it active and available.
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Together with a product name, this forms a string (e.g. "About Microsoft Works")
[Great Plains] In Dynamics GP Payables Management, a due date is the date when a payment to a vendor is due. In Dynamics GP Manufacturing, the due date is when the items on a sales order should be ready to ship.
This is a field name and might be rendered as a noun or adjective. It's ambiguous in English because "phone number" is implied.
[Vista] Sync Stopped. [CRM 3.0 Mobile] To start synchronization, tap Tools > Sync > Start Sync.
Some examples of it being used as a noun are limited to UI: Sync results (to show the results of a sync). Sync Manager (the tool that lets you set up your sync options). [Works 9.0 review] Function has been removed.
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[CRM 3.0 Mobile] To start synchronization, tap Tools > Sync > Start Sync.[CRM 3.0 Mobile] During synchronization, data on the mobile device and data in Microsoft CRM are brought up to date and reconciled. [Works 9.0 review] Function has been removed.
However, individual kanji characters often have more than one pronunciation, and each pronunciation has a different meaning. Kanji characters are often augmented with tiny hiragana (or sometimes katakana) characters written above or next to them to indica
[Axapta] A filter can define which records or columns are returned from a query. A filter always limits the outcome.
[SBA] When you save an item receipt, it is posted. Because an item receipt affects accounting, you cannot delete it.
[SBA]: Every transaction involving a check is entered into a bank account register.
UK variant of "check"
[Office Online] Analyzing variance is not an end in itself, but the starting point for discovering the causes of variance. Determining the root causes of negative variances, or repeatable elements that lead to positive variances, helps your company develop successful financial plans.
related term 'Allow'
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Are you sure you want to delete this identity? When you delete an identity, Groove also deletes all workspaces and messages associated with that identity. This operation cannot be undone.
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'PivotTable' is a registered trademark
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'PivotTable' is a registered trademark
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[Axapta] The cube returns report data that can be viewed in a PivotTable report.
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This is the correct form of this term per Outlook editor Meera Krishna.
Other people cannot see an item marked private, even if they have permission to access your folders.
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[Outlook] Reminders appear any time Outlook is running, even if it isn't your active program.
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[Vista] E‐mail messages from people or domain names not on your Safe Senders list will be treated as junk e‐mail messages, so you should only choose this option if you are certain that every person or domain name you want to receive messages from is on your Safe Senders list.
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[Office Online] In print layout view or Web layout view, markup balloons show markup elements, such
as comments and tracked changes, in the margins of your document. Use these balloons to easily see and respond to reviewers' changes and comments.
[Office Online] In print layout view or Web layout view, markup balloons show markup elements, such
as comments and tracked changes, in the margins of your document. Use these balloons to easily see and respond to reviewers' changes and comments.
[Office Online] Use the Document Map to quickly navigate through the document and keep track of your location in it.
[Office Online] When you're saving an entire workbook as a noninteractive Web page, you can preview the page without publishing it by clicking Web Page Preview on the File menu.
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Measures are the units of data that are being analyzed. In Business Scorecard Manager, key performance indicators (KPIs) are measures that are used to monitor progress toward specific performance goals.
When you first open the Address Book, the default address book (usually your Global Address List) is displayed. You can change the default address book and also set other Address Book preferences, such as which address book to check first when sending a message and the location to store personal addresses.
Windows Address Book has been replaced by Windows Contacts in Windows Vista. Windows Contacts has all the features of the old Windows Address Book, as well as enhancements such as the ability to add pictures to your contacts.
[MSTP 4.6] Do not use mobile telephone. [MSN] Categories allow you to organize your blog entries by subject matter. This helps you find old entries quickly, and helps your readers find topics of interest to them. [Outlook] You can distinguish a journal entry from other items by the clock that appears in the lower‐
left corner of the icon.
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[Vista] Activity Reporting On. Activity Reporting Off.
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[Product Studio, Windows OS Bug, #1397407] All instances of “Secure Startup” replaced with “BitLocker” in the UI.
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In Windows Vista Beta 2 BitLocker Drive Encryption Step‐by‐Step Guide, "BitLocker Drive Encryption" is explained as follows: BitLocker Drive Encryption is an integral new security feature in the Windows Vista operating system that provides considerable off‐
line data and operating system protection for your computer. BitLocker ensures that data stored on a computer running Windows Vista is not revealed if the machine is tampered with when the installed operating system is offline. It optionally uses a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) to provide enhanced protection for your data and to assure early boot component integrity. This helps protect your data from theft or unauthorized viewing by encrypting the entire Windows volume.
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Not a trademark. Windows Defender is a technology of Windows. It is not a product. [Vista] Accommodate blindness (accessibility options)
[Vista] Accommodate deafness or hearing
More commonly referred to simply as Exposure Compensation.
[Vista] Internet Explorer can automatically download your web feeds and let you know when your web feeds have new updates without having to visit each site manually.
[Vista UI menu item] Feed Discovery
[Vista] Accommodate low vision (accessibility options)
[Vista] Welcome to SafeDocs; Windows Backup (SafeDocs) has finished using this CD/DVD. [Vista] The program %1 version %2 stopped interacting with Windows and was closed. To see if more information about the problem is available, check the problem history in the Solutions to Porblems control panel.
[Vista] To find out if your device is compatible with Sync Center, plug it into your computer and see if it is detected by Windows. [Vista] System rating is not available; General tab in System properties.
[Vista] Options to stack and unstack.; Unstacks the current view.
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[Vista] Windows Aero is an environment with an additional level of visual sophistication, one that is 2005‐12‐23: This term will most likely not appear in the UI, but in marketing material and explanations around Windows Vista UX. 2006‐03‐08: term is being used in even more responsive and manageable, providing a further level of clarity and confidence to customer facing content and will be trademarked.
Windows users.
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[Vista] Not used in Aero Wizard.
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[Vista] A gadget is a mini‐application in Window Vista that is designed to provide information, useful lookup, or enhance an application or service user's computer. Examples of gadgets: a weather gadget running on your desktop or on your homepage and displaying weather in the cities of user's choice, an RSS Gadget that pulls in user's favorite feeds, or an extension of a business application providing just‐in‐time status on the pulse of user's business.
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[Axapta] Before the transaction updates the database, it must go through validation to ensure that the data is correct. [Axapta] XML schema validation ensures that the XML conforms to the relevant XSD schema.
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[Vista] Windows Diagnostics did not identify any problems with your network.
2005‐12‐23: This term will most likely not appear in the UI, but in marketing material and explanations around Windows Vista UX. 2006‐03‐08: term is being used in customer facing content and will be trademarked. 2006‐03‐31: Adjectival Phrase (p‐o‐
s Other).
Replaces "User Account Protection" as official name.
[Vista] People Near Me is the technology that makes it possible for you to see and be seen by other people on your network and to participate in activities such as Windows MeetingSpace.
2006‐02‐23: Changed to Windows Shared View. A mere UI change. No feature change. 2006‐03‐09: Windows Shared View, previously Windows Collaboration, is now changed back to Windows Collaboration.
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[Vista] To run automatic calibration tests for levels, delay and frequency response, start the Speaker Calibration Wizard.
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[Vista] Windows Connect Now ‐ Config Registrar Service
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[Vista] Open Photo Gallery after importing
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Descriptive name ‐ will not be trademarked [Peter Becker ‐ LCA]. The term can be localized if it is deemed necessary. However, it is similar to a phrase like SPAM that may become used as a term in many languages as is and not localized [Michael Aldridge (group product planner)]
[Vista] Phishing Filter has determined that this might be a phishing website. We recommend you do The term can be localized if it is deemed necessary. However, it is similar to a phrase like SPAM that may become used as a term in many languages as is and not localized not give any of your information to such websites. Phishing websites impersonate trustworthy websites for the purpose of obtaining your personal or financial information.
[Michael Aldridge (group product planner)]
[Vista] The OneX flags in the profile are invalid.
The Network Center is Windows Vista's next‐generation version of Network Neighborhood.
OneX is short hand for "the 802.1x security standard". String has no functional dependency and is fully localizable.
IEEE = Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
[Office] Blocks of time that are marked tentative appear with a striped availability indicator and are shown as available when other people view your Calendar.
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[Vista] The battery is low. Shut down your computer before changing the battery. The digital video camera was either turned off, unplugged, or ran out of battery power.
[Vista] Placing an auxiliary display on the lid of a notebook allows users to perform some tasks on their device without opening up the computer and waiting for it to start up. extra beeldscherm
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[Vista] f you are connecting to the additional display for the first time, the New Display Detected dialog box appears, where you can choose the appearance of your desktop on both displays.
extern beeldscherm
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[Vista] Show my desktop on the external display only.
[Vista] If you right‐click the battery icon, a menu appears that lets you quickly open Power Options in Control Panel, where you can change low and critical battery notification settings. ongewenste software
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[Vista] Spyware and other unwanted software can definitely be annoying, but they can also damage Unwanted software is a broad category of software types that includes spyware and your computer. malware/malicious software. [Vista] Click the name of the user you want to set up Web restrictions for.
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[Vista] To change the ratings system used to control games, open Parental Controls.
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[Vista] If you use three or more displays, open Display Properties in Control Panel to set your primary
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[Vista] The online SpyNet community helps you choose whether to block, allow, or remove potentially
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[Vista] Click to open AutoPlay in Control Panel.
antispyware
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New term in build # 5305
conflict
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[CRM] If you change the date and time of the appointment Microsoft CRM will recheck for a conflict in
the schedule.
[Vista] Although Windows Defender can disinfect an infected system, its primary goal is to prevent Translation tip: The control panel UI, settings, and Help all contain references to infections from ever occurring in the first place. This is accomplished through the use of three agents; "agents", which I'd prefer to call "options" (Cynthia Veysey (UA Writer)).
an Internet agent, a system agent, and an application agent. Each of these agents contains multiple checkpoints which may be enabled or disabled individually. [Word] When you apply a style, you apply a whole group of formats in one simple task.
Microsoft Office Word displays comments in balloons in the margin of the document or in the Reviewing Pane.
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Advanced Encryption Standard
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High‐Density Multichip Interconnect
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In Word and Excel, if Overtype mode is turned on, OVR appears on the status bar. [Axapta] Documents are exchanged in XML format and the XML schema closely matches database Capitalization of 'schema' varies in source. Target capitalization (if applicable) should match source, or comply with the usual standards for your langauge.
tables.[Office Online] An XML schema gives data a structure that can be used by various groups to collect and store information consistently, and to share data easily and reliably. You can create an InfoPath form based on an existing XML schema, so that your form uses an established data structure.
[MSTP 4.6] Do not use in documentation. It's marketing jargon to refer to educational software (usually multimedia or Web‐based) that purports to entertain while it educates. The term can also cause difficulties for localization.
[GTMT] A working set has fidelity if a single physical entity instance represents all corresponding entity key targets (Tonya Fehr (tfehr)).
Although a synonym to “high‐definition multimedia interface”, this term is rarely used.
[MSTP 4.6] Do not capitalize 'control' when referring to programming objects. Do not use 'COM control'; there is no such thing. It is all right to use 'control' alone if the context is clear.
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Data Encryption Standard
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Extensible Rights Markup Language
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Windows NT LAN Manager
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Internet Key Exchange
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[Vista] AutoMovie cannot continue because either no video clips or pictures are selected, or the combined duration of the selected video clips or pictures is not at least 30 seconds.
[Vista] The movie cannot be burned successfully to the recordable CD because the CD burner speed is not fast enough for the high‐speed recordable CD.
[Vista] You can change the color and glassiness of windows, the Start menu, and the taskbar. Pick a color or make your own.
This is a special video effect name. This effect adds text coming from both left and right sides of user's video.
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Information Access Service
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schuine breuk
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gestapelde breuk
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Diagnostische gegevens van Office
Weergave voor presentator
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vereist resultaat
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[Vista] Protection points can be created automatically by Windows at designated times when you use System Restore or at any other time you choose (for example before you make changes to the computer that you might want to undo). [Vista] Handwriting personalization is not available for this input language.
Sometimes referred to as a simply the “trainer” or “trainer dll”
[Office] Office Diagnostics can help to identify problems and may be able to repair your installation of Repro steps to get to this feature: Start > Programs > Microsoft Office > Microsoft Office.
Office Tools > Microsoft Office Diagnostics
Microsoft Office InterConnect
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The IBC file you are trying to open is either encrypted or invalid. It may be opened using Microsoft Office InterConnect.
Localize for Japanese market only; all others leave in English.
For use after first full reference to legal name.
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Internet Message Access Protocol Noun
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An access point is a kind of router within the GPRS network that connects the wireless part of the mobile network to the Internet.
According to MSTP 4.6 and GTMT, "ad hoc" is spelled as two words. Term appears incorrectly as one word in Vista UI.
[MSN] Phishers use many tactics including creating and sending links to fraudulent Web sites or e‐
mail messages that appear to be valid in an attempt to fool you into submitting personal, financial and password information.
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[InfoPath] Form designers can specify whether a form can be opened in offline mode and, if it can, which data sources are accessible in that mode.
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[Vista] The new Network Explorer in Windows Vista makes it easy to share files and take advantage of http://www.microsoft.com/windowsvista/features/default.mspx
the connectivity that a network provides. The Overview is an overview of the tools offered in the Member Center Space, not a homepage.
This is a standalone title. The product name may be added in a separate line.
This phrase is located at the point where the setup instructions begin in the Getting Started Guide.
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online handboek
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[DarlaC] Do not refer to this as a "pane"; always use "task pane"" (two words, lowercase), except when explicitly referring to the Task Pane command on the View menu. The name of the task pane should be capitalized. Example: Styles and Formatting task pane
This is considered a synonym of 'resume' for the purposes of Works. Please refer to separate concept (#15233) for more traditional definition of this term.
This is considered a synonym of 'resume' for the purposes of Works. Please refer to separate concept (#15233) for more traditional definition of this term.
This is the name of an actual application in Works and not a spreadsheet in the generic sense.
Sometimes written in initial caps. Capitalization varies.
Sometimes written in initial caps. Capitalization varies.
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programma voor delen van bestanden
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Windows Anytime Upgrade is a brand. It will be a site similar to Windows Upgrade. The logo can be found on https://mediabank.partners.extranet.microsoft.com/main.asp. Go to Media Database|Active|U‐Z|Windows Vista|Windows Anytime Upgrade
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Windows Anytime Upgrade is a brand. It will be a site similar to Windows Upgrade. The logo can be found on https://mediabank.partners.extranet.microsoft.com/main.asp. Go to Media Database|Active|U‐Z|Windows Vista|Windows Anytime Upgrade
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In Works, the terms CV and resume are used synonymously.
Avoid the term "Watson". This is an internal code name, although it's been used publicly on occasion. Note that Watson is not the same program as Dr. Watson, which is now out‐of‐date. "Windows Error Reporting" is the official name of the Watson service in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. [Vista] The new Explorers are powerful yet easy‐to‐use tools for working with files consistently across A collective, superordinate concept for the various types of Explorers in Vista.
Windows Vista. Explorers give you more information and control while simplifying how you work with
your files. Filmkorrel
In pixels omzetten
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Windows Assistance Online
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Usually in reference to Epson Gloss Optimizer ink cartridge.
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Software Licensing Commerce Client
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Volume licensing is a flexible and economical way to acquire from five to thousands of licenses for software. Microsoft Volume Licensing programs provide potentially substantial savings, ease of deployment, flexible acquisition, numerous payment options, and other benefits such as Software Assurance.
[OPK] This is a separate area from the notification area.
[SBA] You can type an account balance in the Balance field if you are creating the account to bring over balances from another system.
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[Dawn Tanner] Online/Offline Help refers to whether the user opts to get the latest content from our website, which is not called Windows Online Help. If they choose Online Help, they'll be in the better when connected scenario and will see the latest Help content. If they choose Offline Help, they'll get the local Help content that shipped on the box.
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[GTMT] preferred term.
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[GTMT] In XP Embedded, also called "swap file".
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[MSTP 4.6] A plus sign next to a folder indicates that it can be expanded to show more folders; a minus sign indicates that it can be collapsed.
[Office12] Controls cannot be added to a built‐in gallery.
[Office Online] Analogous colors used together create a harmonious and unified feeling because two of the colors contain the third.
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Office Forms Server
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[Office] The form template is currently set to be compatible with InfoPath and Office Forms Server.
Microsoft® Office Forms Server
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dvd‐films met extra inhoud
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audio‐cd's met extra inhoud
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Windows Marketplace
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[Vista Packaging] Windows Media Center for HD movies, TV, music, and photos.
product name
[MSTP 4.6] Not 'accent acute'
[MSTP 4.6] Do not use '&' in text or headings to mean 'and' unless you are specifically referring to the symbol on the user interface. It is, of course, all right to use and refer to the ampersand in appropriate contexts. For example, in HTML the ampersand precedes the code name or number of a special character, and in C and other programming languages the ampersand is an operator.
[MSTP 4.6] Use apostrophes to form the possessive case of nouns and to indicate a missing letter in a contraction.
Use to distinguish from other apostrophe characters (for publishing).
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[MSTP] Online, the copyright notice appears on the program startup screen (splash screen) and in the About dialog box on the Help menu of each program. Because online Help is copyrighted as part of the software product, its copyright notice should use the copyright date for the software itself.
album
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vooruitspoelen
locatie
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Mijn muziek
Mijn video's
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[MSTP4.6] Use to refer to text that is aligned at the left margin. Hyphenate left‐
aligned in all positions in the sentence. Do not use left‐justified.
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[MSTP4.6] Use to refer to text that is aligned at the right margin. Hyphenate right‐
aligned in all positions in the sentence. Do not use right‐justified.
[MSTP 4.6] The term quotation marks, used without modifiers, refers to double curly quotation marks (“ ”). Refer to quotation marks as quotation marks, not as quote marks or quotes. Use the terms opening quotation marks or closing quotation marks, not open quotation marks, close quotation marks, beginning quotation marks, or ending quotation marks.
[MSTP 4.6] Quotation marks (not quotes or quote marks). Curly quotation marks is all right if necessary to distinguish from straight quotation marks. [MSTP 4.6] The term quotation marks, used without modifiers, refers to double curly quotation marks (“ ”). Refer to quotation marks as quotation marks, not as quote marks or quotes. Use the terms opening quotation marks or closing quotation marks, not open quotation marks, close quotation marks, beginning quotation marks, or ending quotation marks.
[MSTP 4.6] Quotation marks (not quotes or quote marks). Curly quotation marks is all right if necessary to distinguish from straight quotation marks.
[MSTP 4.6] In online content, use straight quotation marks.
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[MSTP 4.6] straight quotation marks (not quotes or quote marks).
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[MSTP 4.6] When referring to italic formatting, use italic, not italics or italicized.
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[MSTP 4.6] In general, use the multiplication sign (×), not the letter x, to indicate the mathematical operation. Verstreken
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[Example 1] Time that has elapsed has already gone by. [Example 2] The amount of time that has elapsed is 12 minutes.
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Group Ad‐hoc Network
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Microsoft Windows Softwareverkenner
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[GTMT] In order to support a Group Ad‐hoc Network, one (and only one) of the devices must be in the
Group Ad‐hoc Network (GN) role. Other computers and devices connect to the GN device using the PAN Client role.
[GTMT] Aces can be moved to home cells immediately, and other cards of the same suit can be moved on top of them in ascending order. You win the game by moving all the cards to the home cells.
[Office12 Packaging] Build detailed forms using pre‐built templates and a simple drag‐and‐drop interface.
[MSTP 4.6] Do not use as a verb or as a noun. The action of dragging includes dropping the element in place. It is all right to use drag‐and‐drop as an adjective to describe moving objects between windows and programs or to describe behavior a programmer wants to put in a program. In these cases, use a phrase such as "drag‐
and‐drop editing" or "a drag‐and‐drop feature." [Office Online] Type user names or e‐mail addresses for the members you want to invite to the Document Workspace, separated by semicolons.
[Office Online] When you create a Document Workspace site that's based on a document in a document library, the Document Workspace site carries the same name as the document on which it is based. The document is then stored in a separate document library in the new Document Workspace site. This document can be published back to its source location, in the original document library, from the Document Workspace site.
[MSTP 4.6] Use 'e‐mail message' or 'message' to refer to an individual piece of e‐mail. Do not use e‐mail as a synonym for message.
[MSTP 4.6] Use 'e‐mail message' or 'message' to refer to an individual piece of e‐mail. Do not use e‐mail as a synonym for message.
The clock speed determines how many instructions per second the processor can execute. Complete PC‐back‐up
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[Vista] Use CompletePC Backup to make a backup image of your entire computer, which can be used to recover from a hardware failure.
[Vista] Use CompletePC Restore to restore the contents of your computer from a backup image.
Any information that you share with Microsoft is completely anonymous, and absolutely no information is personally identifiable as being yours.
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[SBA] You can make an adjustment to the quantity or value of inventory for damaged items by charging Cost of Goods Sold.
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[SBA]: Type the payment term name. For example, COD, Net 30, or 1%10 Net30. [SBA] He drew up a contract when he retained the plumber for his services.
[MSTP 4.6] Use only to refer to closing a program. Do not use to refer to closing a document or a window. Do not use to refer to switching from one program, document, or window to another.
[MSTP 4.6] To end your server connection, on the Tools menu, click Disconnect Network Drive.
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Internet Storage Name Service
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QC
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trap uitvoeren
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Privilege Attribute Certificate
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toepassen
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[Office12 Packaging] Apply text effects, Smart Art graphics and colours throughout your document.
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[Office12 Packaging] Full support for commercial printing, including Pantone® Colors, and CMYK conversion.
[Office12 Packaging] Microsoft® Office Small Business 2007 offers new contact management and marketing tools to help you save time and deliver better customer service.
vinden
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thuis
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[MSTP 4.6] Be clear whether you are talking about the disk itself or the drive, which should be referred to as the hard disk drive, not the hard drive, internal drive, fixed disk drive, or hard disk system. Do not hyphenate hard disk. [Office12 Packaging] Locate any message or Outlook information using new Instant Search—even see results as you type.
[Office12 Packaging] Streamline information‐gathering with forms that are easy to create, share and reuse.
[Office12 Packaging] Word: Create great‐looking documents with enhanced bullets, text effects, and visual galleries.
[Office12 Packaging] Access: Create reports with one click and use improved tools to filter, sort, and group data. Create reports with one click and modify them in real time using new interactive design tools.
[Vista Packaging] Take advantage of updated features, including Windows Defender, parental controls
and self‐diagnostics.
[Vista Packaging] Automatic backup, new security tools, etc.
[Vista Packaging] Discover a better PC experience, with improved battery life, performance, and reliability.
[Vista Packaging] Share entertainment throughout your home by connecting to XBOX 360.
[Vista Packaging] The new operating system that delivers more productivity and entertainment to your PC at home and on the go.
[Vista Packaging] Whether you're sharing photos, browsing the Internet, or simply writing email, Windows Vista Home Basic helps you make the most effective use of your computer.
[Vista Packaging] The best edition of Windows Vista ‐‐ with the power and security you need for work,
and the entertainment and ease you want for fun.
[Windows] For example, the photo experience includes printing, sharing, and organizing. A customer will buy the product because the entire "experience" is easier to deal with than just one of the scenarios (i.e. printing)
[Vista Packaging] Enjoy your favorite entertainment on your PC and share it throughout the home on devices including Xbox 360.
[Vista Packaging] Protect your data against loss or theft with Windows BitLocker.
[Vista Packaging] The best edition of Windows Vista ‐ with the power and security you need for work, and the entertainment and ease you want for fun.
[Vista Packaging] Protect against hardware failure with enhanced Backup and Restore.
May also be referred to as "Web History" or "webpage history".
[Office Online] In design mode, a repeating table displays a single row, plus a header row into which you can type column labels.
[Office Online] In Microsoft Office InfoPath 2003, a form's visual structure, or layout, is created primarily through the use of layout tables. Among other things, you can use layout tables to organize controls or to arrange logos and other graphics on a form. After you insert layout tables onto a form, you can type text, such as control labels, into them and insert the controls with which your users will interact.
[Office Online] Repeating tables are bound to repeating groups. Each column in a repeating table contains a control, and each control is bound to a field that is part of the repeating table's group.
[Office Online] Repeating tables are bound to repeating groups. Each column in a repeating table contains a control, and each control is bound to a field that is part of the repeating table's group.
[Office Online] When you insert a section onto your form, you are essentially inserting an empty container. For the section control to be useful, you must insert other controls inside it.
When the MS Mail Connector receives a message with a foreign address type, it will convert the address to an X.400 address with DDA (domain defined attribute) type and DDA value. Purble Pairs
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[Office Online] Constraints are business logic that your database server enforces for you. They limit the possible values that users can enter into specified columns, enforcing referential integrity. When you create constraints in the Database Designer, they conform to the ANSI standard for creating and altering tables.
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[Office Online] Use the Sum and DSum functions to calculate the sum the values in a field in a domain,
such as a query.
[MSDN] Labels have certain characteristics:Labels don't display values from fields or expressions. Labels don't change as you move from record to record. [MSDN] Follow the instructions in the Table Analyzer Wizard dialog boxes. Note that the first two dialog boxes explain what normalization is and why it is useful. The third dialog box asks if you want to manually split a database or if you want to let the wizard do it for you. Start
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[Office Online] Changes to the data in a replicated table in one replica are sent and applied to the other replicas. [Office Online] The information in a form can be divided into sections... Each section has a specific purpose and prints in a predictable order in the form.
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Approved term for OneNote 2007
notitielabel
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Approved term for OneNote 2007
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[Office Online] In Datasheet view, you can edit fields, add and delete data, and search for data.
[Office Online] After you remove records using a delete query, you cannot undo the operation. If you want to know which records were deleted, first examine the results of a select query that uses the same criteria, and then run the delete query. [Office Online] If your database is the Design Master and you want to make the other replica the Design Master, select the Make 'Filename' the Design Master check box. (This option is unavailable if either of the replicas to be synchronized is a partial replica.) [Office Online] An external table may take the form of another file or it may be a table in another relational database. [Office Online] In Layout Preview, you can take a quick look at the layout, which includes just a sample
of the data in the report. It does not show the actual data in the report.
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[Office Online] If you use linked tables, keep in mind that linked tables aren't automatically replicated.
If you create a linked table in the Design Master, it's created as a local object and remains local until you make it replicable. [Office Online] A Lookup field provides a list of values that you can choose from when you are entering data. This makes data entry easier and ensures the consistency of the data in that field. A Lookup field can get its list of values from a table or query, or from a fixed set of values that you have specified.
[Office Online] An ODBC data source — for example, a database and the server on which it resides — is accessed through an Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) driver.
[Office Online] In Access 2002 or later, forms support two new views: PivotTable view and PivotChart 'PivotChart' is a registered trademark
view. PivotTable view uses the Office PivotTable Component to facilitate interactive data analysis. PivotChart view uses the Office Chart Component to help you create dynamic, interactive charts.
[Office Online] In Access 2002 or later, forms support two new views: PivotTable view and PivotChart 'PivotTable' is a registered trademark
view. PivotTable view uses the Office PivotTable Component to facilitate interactive data analysis. PivotChart view uses the Office Chart Component to help you create dynamic, interactive charts.
[Office Online] If you want, you can view or edit the SQL statement in SQL view. However, after you make changes to a query in SQL view, the query might not be displayed the way it was previously in Design view.
[Office Online] You use Access to create a report snapshot. However, you can view, print, store, publish, distribute, and archive a report snapshot without having an Access license by using a combination of Snapshot Viewer and other programs, such as Microsoft Windows Explorer, an e‐mail program, or a Web browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer.
[Office Online] Using the Find Duplicates Query Wizard, you can create a select query to determine if there are duplicate records in a table. For example, you might search for duplicate values in an Address field to determine if you have duplicate records for the same supplier, or you might search for duplicate values in a City field to see which suppliers are in the same city.
[Office Online] Referential integrity is a system of rules that Microsoft Access uses to ensure that relationships between records in related tables are valid, and that you don't accidentally delete or change related data. [MSDN] An example of a recordset based on a table is "all customers," which accesses a Customer table. verkleinen
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An SA is identified by the combination of a Security Parameters Index (SPI), destination IP address, and security protocol (Authentication Header (AH) or Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP)). An SA must be negotiated before secured data can be sent.
[Office] A copy of this file is checked out on another machine. The server copy may not contain your latest changes. Would you like to discard your check out before opening the server copy?
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Windows/OE agrees conceptually with this definition, but not for use with their audience. See GTMT #18102 for team‐authored definition.
Unicode (hex) character 2026.
Unicode (hex) character 2014.
Encryption is an effective way to help keep information secure. To decipher a file that has been encrypted, the receiver must have the secret key or password that will translate it.
[Access] A set of criteria applied to data in order to display a subset of the data or to sort the data.
[MSTP 4.6] Make it clear whether you are talking about a disk or its associated drive.
[MSTP 4.6] Make it clear whether you are talking about a disk or its associated drive.
HTTP makes it possible for a user with a client program to enter a URL (or click a hyperlink) and retrieve text, graphics, sound, and other digital information from a Web server.
HTTP makes it possible for a user with a client program to enter a URL (or click a hyperlink) and retrieve text, graphics, sound, and other digital information from a Web server.
HTTP makes it possible for a user with a client program to enter a URL (or click a hyperlink) and retrieve text, graphics, sound, and other digital information from a Web server.
An ISP typically charges a monthly or hourly connection fee. Some ISPs are large national or multinational corporations that offer access in many locations, while others are limited to a single city or region. Also called access provider, service provider.
An ISP typically charges a monthly or hourly connection fee. Some ISPs are large national or multinational corporations that offer access in many locations, while others are limited to a single city or region. Also called access provider, service provider.
An ISP typically charges a monthly or hourly connection fee. Some ISPs are large national or multinational corporations that offer access in many locations, while others are limited to a single city or region. Also called access provider, service provider.
An ISP typically charges a monthly or hourly connection fee. Some ISPs are large national or multinational corporations that offer access in many locations, while others are limited to a single city or region. Also called access provider, service provider.
An ISP typically charges a monthly or hourly connection fee. Some ISPs are large national or multinational corporations that offer access in many locations, while others are limited to a single city or region. Also called access provider, service provider.
An ISP typically charges a monthly or hourly connection fee. Some ISPs are large national or multinational corporations that offer access in many locations, while others are limited to a single city or region. Also called access provider, service provider.
Rules associated with resources, or objects, that are shared on a network, such as a file, directory, or printer. Permissions control which users can view or change a file, directory, computer, network location, etc. The computer administrator or owner of the area being accessed usually sets permissions.[Access] A set of attributes that specify what kind of access a user has to data or objects in a database. Rules associated with resources, or objects, that are shared on a network, such as a file, directory, or printer. Permissions control which users can view or change a file, directory, computer, network location, etc. The computer administrator or owner of the area being accessed usually sets permissions.[Access] A set of attributes that specify what kind of access a user has to data or objects in a database. "Batch program" is often used interchangeably with "script" in the Windows environment.
[Old/OPK] A software package that replaces an installed version of a product with a newer version of the same product. The upgrade process typically leaves existing customer data and preferences intact while replacing the existing software with the newer version.
[Old/OPK] A software package that replaces an installed version of a product with a newer version of the same product. The upgrade process typically leaves existing customer data and preferences intact while replacing the existing software with the newer version.
Upgrading, unlike performing a new installation, leaves existing settings and files in place.
Aids deployment or administration of a product.
[previous definition] A hardware device, such as an expansion board or chip, that can be added to a computer to expand its capabilities.
[previous definition] A hardware device, such as an expansion board or chip, that can be added to a computer to expand its capabilities.
Altered definition to align with what is in published source.
Note that this concept is specific to Office
Note that this concept is specific to Office.
ASP pages are files that contain HTML tags, text, and script commands. ASP pages can
call Component Object Model (COM) components to perform tasks, such as connecting to a database or performing a business calculation. With ASP, the user can
add interactive content to Web pages or build entire Web applications that use HTML pages as the interface to your customers.
ASP pages are files that contain HTML tags, text, and script commands. ASP pages can
call Component Object Model (COM) components to perform tasks, such as connecting to a database or performing a business calculation. With ASP, the user can
add interactive content to Web pages or build entire Web applications that use HTML pages as the interface to your customers.
[MSTP 4.6] High‐level data access programming interface to the underlying OLE DB data access technology, implemented using COM.
[MSTP 4.6] High‐level data access programming interface to the underlying OLE DB data access technology, implemented using COM.
Unicode (hex) character 002B.
Unicode (hex) character 002B.
generic usage. Compare: Address Book
Related concept: dialog box
For example, one might allocate sufficient memory for use by a program or allocate an inventory item for sale or assembly.Related term: deallocate
[GTMT‐MSXGloss] All file systems used by Windows organize hard disks based on allocation units. The smaller the allocation unit size, the more efficiently a disk stores information. If you do not specify an allocation unit size when formatting the disk, Windows picks default sizes based on the size of the volume. These default sizes are selected to reduce the amount of space that is lost and the amount of fragmentation on the volume.
[GTMT‐MSXGloss] All file systems used by Windows organize hard disks based on allocation units. The smaller the allocation unit size, the more efficiently a disk stores information. If you do not specify an allocation unit size when formatting the disk, Windows picks default sizes based on the size of the volume. These default sizes are selected to reduce the amount of space that is lost and the amount of fragmentation on the volume.
Angle brackets are frequently used to enclose text or character strings, such HTML or XML tags. They may surround return addresses in e‐mail headers. In IRC channels, MUDs, and some e‐mail and Usenet posts, angle brackets surround descriptions of actions or expressions.
To remove infrequently used information from a table or database, and move it to another table or database where it can be stored but also easily retrieved, if needed. [Data Protection Manager]
[Outlook] Information that you send to a folder instead of to a person. [Outlook] Information that you send to a folder instead of to a person. Unicode (hex) character 002A.
Unicode (hex) character 0040.
Most modern e‐mail clients have the ability to attach documents, as well as to decode
attached documents that are received.
[Old] One of the reference lines of a coordinate system.
[MS Press] The colors, textures, patterns, and pictures that comprise the surface of the desktop, upon which icons, buttons, menu bars, and toolbars are situated.
[MS Press] The colors, textures, patterns, and pictures that comprise the surface of the desktop, upon which icons, buttons, menu bars, and toolbars are situated.
[PowerPoint] The underlying color of a slide.
Unicode (hex) character 005C.The character used to separate directory names in MS‐
DOS path specifications. When used as a leading character, it means that the path specification begins from the topmost level for that disk drive.
Unicode (hex) character 005C.The character used to separate directory names in MS‐
DOS path specifications. When used as a leading character, it means that the path specification begins from the topmost level for that disk drive.
Some application programs automatically make backup copies or data files, maintaining both the current version and the preceding version.
Some application programs automatically make backup copies or data files, maintaining both the current version and the preceding version.
Some application programs automatically make backup copies or data files, maintaining both the current version and the preceding version.
Related (subordinate) concepts: clustered bar, stacked bar, 100% stacked bar
Related (subordinate) concepts: clustered bar, stacked bar, 100% stacked bar
[previous definition] A character followed by a nonspacing character. Typically this is a
character that receives an accent or diacritcal mark.
Old definition: A new software or hardware product, or one that is being updated, that is ready to be released to users for beta testing in real‐world situations.
Old definition: A new software or hardware product, or one that is being updated, that is ready to be released to users for beta testing in real‐world situations.
For example, most Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, and Urdu characters are read from right to left, but numbers and quoted Western terms within these languages` text are read from left to right.
For example, most Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, and Urdu characters are read from right to left, but numbers and quoted Western terms within these languages` text are read from left to right.
[MS Press] Having two components, alternatives, or outcomes. The binary number system has 2 as its base, so values are expressed as combinations of two digits, 0 and 1.
[MS Press] A file consisting of a sequence of 8‐bit data or executable code, as distinguished from files consisting of human‐readable ASCII text.
[MS Support Online Glossary] To associate two pieces of information with one another. The term is most often used with reference to associating a symbol (such as the name of a variable) with some descriptive information (such as a memory address, a data type, or an actual value). [Old] A dot or other symbol that is placed before text, such as items in a list, to add emphasis.
The CAPS LOCK key does not affect numbers, punctuation marks, or other symbols.
The CAPS LOCK key does not affect numbers, punctuation marks, or other symbols.
[Windows 2000 Server] Normally the flashing vertical bar that indicates the insertion point in text, it can actually have a range of appearances and is used to indicate keyboard focus location to other software utilities.
[Windows 2000 Server] Normally the flashing vertical bar that indicates the insertion point in text, it can actually have a range of appearances and is used to indicate keyboard focus location to other software utilities.
Unicode (hex) character 00A2.
[Windows] A letter, number, punctuation mark, or other symbol.
[GTMT] A control used to enter information by marking a selection, instead of typing in a data entry field. Unicode (hex) character 00AB; ISO‐8859‐1: US‐Kbd: Alt‐+ Octal:\253 HTML:&laquo;
Related concept: select
Related concept: standard module
[Windows XP] To turn off an option by removing the X or check mark from a check box.
The system clock signal is precisely set by a quartz crystal, typically at a specific frequency between 1 and 50 megahertz. The clock rate of a computer is one of the prime determinants of its overall processing speed, and it can go as high as the other components of the computer allow.
The system clock signal is precisely set by a quartz crystal, typically at a specific frequency between 1 and 50 megahertz. The clock rate of a computer is one of the prime determinants of its overall processing speed, and it can go as high as the other components of the computer allow.
Related Concepts: exit, end
Unicode (hex) character 005D
Unicode (hex) character 00BB; ISO‐8859‐1: US‐Kbd: Alt‐; Octal:\273 HTML:&raquo;
Unicode (hex) character 007D.
Unicode (hex) character 0029.
[Office Live] Color depth can range from 1 bit (black and white) to 32 bits (over 16.7 million colors).
[Office Live] Color depth can range from 1 bit (black and white) to 32 bits (over 16.7 million colors).
A color monitor, unlike a monochrome display, has a screen coated internally with patterns of three phosphors that glow red, green, and blue when struck by an electron beam. To create colors such as yellow, pink, and orange, the three phosphors are lighted together in varying degrees. A video card that uses large groups
of bits (6 or more) to describe colors and that generates analog (continuously variable) signals is capable of generating an enormous potential range of colors on a color monitor.
Related concept: row
Related (subordinate) concepts: clustered column, stacked column, 100% stacked column, 3‐D column
[InfoPath] A control that combines a text box and a list box, allowing users to either type an entry or choose one from the list.
[InfoPath] A control that combines a text box and a list box, allowing users to either type an entry or choose one from the list.
Unicode (hex) character 002C.
[Access] A control that runs a macro, calls a Visual Basic function, or runs an event procedure.
[Access] A control that runs a macro, calls a Visual Basic function, or runs an event procedure.
[Old] An artificial language that specifies instructions to be executed on a computer. The term covers a wide spectrum, from binary‐coded machine language to high‐level languages.
[Old] An artificial language that specifies instructions to be executed on a computer. The term covers a wide spectrum, from binary‐coded machine language to high‐level languages.
[Old] A representation of a numeric or string value that doesn't change. True, False, and Null are constants. You can use constants in expressions in tables, queries, forms, reports, and macros. In a Visual Basic module, you can use the Const statement to declare your own constants. A constant may be a string or numeric literal, another constant, or any combination that includes arithmetic or logical operators, except the Is statement and exponentiation.
In reference to hardware, control of system operations can reside in a data pathway called a control bus. In reference to software, control refers to program instructions that manage data‐handling tasks.
[MS Press] In many application programs, Control (labeled CTRL or Ctrl on a PC keyboard) plus another key is used as a command for special functions. A designation used to label the Control key on computer keyboards.
[MS Press] In many application programs, Control (labeled CTRL or Ctrl on a PC keyboard) plus another key is used as a command for special functions. A designation used to label the Control key on computer keyboards.
[MS Press] In many application programs, Control (labeled CTRL or Ctrl on a PC keyboard) plus another key is used as a command for special functions. A designation used to label the Control key on computer keyboards.
In computer graphics and displays, coordinates specify such elements as points on a line, the corners of a square, or the location of a pixel on the screen. In other computer applications, coordinates specify cells on a spreadsheet, data points on a graph, locations in memory, and so on.
Related concept: floating‐point processor
In many countries the originator of a work has copyright in the work as soon as it is fixed in a tangible medium (such as a piece of paper or a disk file); that rule applies in the United States for works created after 1977. Registration of a copyright, or the use of a copyright symbol, is not needed to create the copyright but does strengthen the originator's legal powers. Unauthorized copying and distribution of copyrighted material can lead to severe penalties, whether done for profit or not. Copyrights affect the computer community in three ways: the copyright protection of software, the copyright status of material (such as song lyrics) distributed over a network such as the Internet, and the copyright status of original material distributed over a network (such as a newsgroup post). The latter two involve electronic media that are arguably not tangible, and legislation protecting the information disseminated through electronic media is still evolving.
Crossing sets of parallel lines: #.
Crossing sets of parallel lines: #.
Related concept: built‐in toolbar
Traditionally, hardware customizing ranges from designing an electronic circuit for a particular customer to putting together a computer facility tailored to a customer's special need. Software customizing usually means modifying or designing software for
a specific customer.
Unicode (hex) character 2020; ASCII #134
[MS Press] Plural of the Latin datum, meaning an item of information. In practice, data is often used for the singular as well as the plural form of the noun.
[GTMT] The characteristic of a field that determines what type of data it can hold. Data types include boolean, integer, long, currency, single, double, data, string, and variant (default).
Unicode (hex) character 00B0; ASCII # 176
[MS Web] In a graphical user interface, a special window displayed by the system or application to solicit a response from the user.
[AWS] A group that is only used for e‐mail distribution and that is not security‐
enabled. Distribution groups cannot be listed in discretionary access control lists (DACLs) used to define permissions on resources and objects.
[AWS] A group that is only used for e‐mail distribution and that is not security‐
enabled. Distribution groups cannot be listed in discretionary access control lists (DACLs) used to define permissions on resources and objects.
Related concept: floating toolbar
Documents are generally thought of as word‐processed materials only. To a computer, however, data is nothing more than a collection of characters, so a spreadsheet or a graphic is as much a document as is a letter or report.
In database design and management, the set of valid values for a given attribute. For example, the domain for the attribute AREA‐CODE might be the list of all valid three‐
digit numeric telephone area codes in the United States.
For example, you can move a window to another location on the screen by dragging its title bar.
[Office12 Packaging] changes/corrections of errors related to text for publication/presentation in documents
An editor is usually less powerful than a word processor, lacking the latter's capability for text formatting, such as use of italic characters.
[Access] To insert a copy of an OLE object from another application. The source of the object, called the OLE server, can be any application that supports object linking and embedding. Changes to an embedded object are not reflected in the original object. Unicode (hex) character 2013. Also used at MS to represent a minus sign.
Unicode (hex) character 2013. Also used at MS to represent a minus sign.
[Old] Business system (economic unit) whose purpose is the extraction, production, or distribution of goods or the provision of services.
[Old] Business system (economic unit) whose purpose is the extraction, production, or distribution of goods or the provision of services.
[Old] Business system (economic unit) whose purpose is the extraction, production, or distribution of goods or the provision of services.
[InfoPath] An element or attribute in the data source that can contain data. If the field
is an element, it can contain attribute fields. Fields store the data that is entered into controls. [Access] One or more table fields (columns) that refer to the primary key field or fields
in another table. A foreign key indicates how the tables are related.
[MSTP 4.6] Make it clear whether you are talking about a disk or its associated drive.
[MSTP 4.6] Make it clear whether you are talking about a disk or its associated drive.
[MSTP 4.6] Make it clear whether you are talking about a disk or its associated drive.
[Outlook] A way to distribute and collect information electronically. For example, a form can be available for anyone to order supplies or to post information in a public folder. All Outlook items, such as messages and appointments, are based on forms.[InfoPath] a document with a set of controls into which users can enter information. InfoPath forms can contain features such as rich text boxes, date pickers,
optional and repeating sections, data validation, and conditional formatting. In Excel, a formula always begins with an equal sign (=).
[MSTP 4.6] Hardware that converts image data into electronic signals processed by a computer monitor.
Unicode (hex) character 0060.
[Windows] A filter effect in Windows Movie Maker.
Unicode (hex) character 003E.Can be used as an operator to compare two (or more) values or expressions. Also used in conjuction with a left angle bracket to enclose text or tags.[MSTP 4.6] In e‐mail and Usenet posts, a right angle bracket (>) commonly precedes included (quoted) text. In UNIX, a right angle bracket redirects the output of a command into a file.
Unicode (hex) character 003E.Can be used as an operator to compare two (or more) values or expressions. Also used in conjuction with a left angle bracket to enclose text or tags.[MSTP 4.6] In e‐mail and Usenet posts, a right angle bracket (>) commonly precedes included (quoted) text. In UNIX, a right angle bracket redirects the output of a command into a file.
Unicode (hex) character 2265.
[InfoPath] An element in the data source that can contain fields and other groups. Examples: A collection of records in a database report, a collection of objects that can be moved and transformed as a single object in a drawing program. In various multiuser operating systems, a group is a set of user accounts, sometimes called members.
component name
[MSTP 4.6] Make it clear whether you are talking about a disk or its associated drive.
[Access] A unique Integer value (Long in a 32‐bit environment) you use to identify and
access a Form or Report window. [Windows Error Reporting] An application is considered ‘hung’ if it does not respond to user input. Windows defines a hang as being unresponsive to ‘ping’ messages for a certain period of time.[MSPress]A hung program or computer system does not respond to user input, but the screen looks as if everything is running normally. The program or system might be waiting for something, for example, information from a network, or it might have terminated abnormally. It might resume running normally on its own, or the user might need to terminate and restart the program or reboot the computer. A hung computer system is said to be locked up.
[Office] Use to display a title, column headings, dates, or page numbers at the top of every page in a form or report. In a form, the page header appears only when you print the form.
[Office] Use to display a title, column headings, dates, or page numbers at the top of every page in a form or report. In a form, the page header appears only when you print the form.
[Office] Use to display a title, column headings, dates, or page numbers at the top of every page in a form or report. In a form, the page header appears only when you print the form.
[MSPress] The user can access help without interrupting work in progress or leafing through a manual. Some help facilities are context‐sensitive, meaning that the user receives information specific to the task or command being attempted.
ACPI S4, or Suspend to Disk. Suspend to Disk uses a non‐volatile store, but is much slower to resume than S3. S3 and S4 are specific system power states specified in the ACPI specification; virtually all PCs support these states. [Tablet PC] To hold the tablet pen above the screen, keeping the pointer in the same location.
Unicode (hex) character 2010.
[Access] An element of an expression that refers to the value of a field, control, or property. For example, Forms![Orders]![OrderID] is an identifier that refers to the value in the OrderID control on the Orders form.)
2004‐01‐06: updated definition.
Conventions such as the TIFF (Tagged Image File Format) and PICT formats (for graphics files) make importing easier.
Related concept: active window
[Access] A feature that speeds up searching and sorting in a table based on key values
and can enforce uniqueness on the rows in a table. The primary key of a table is automatically indexed. Some fields can't be indexed because of their data type.
[andraa] note that this entry describes the noun form, but the def contains the adjective (which is documented in a separate entry).
In Disk Management, to detect a disk or volume and assign it a status (for example, healthy) and a type (for example, dynamic).
[Access] An object created from the class that contains its definition. For example, multiple instances of a form class share the same code and are loaded with the same controls that were used to design the form class. For example, to invert the colors on a monochrome display means to change light to dark and dark to light.
Repeated calculation of a worksheet until a specific numeric condition is met. [Excel]
Similar to C++, Java is smaller, more portable, and easier to use than C++ because it is more robust and it manages memory on its own. Java was also designed to be reliable
and platform‐neutral (meaning that it can be run on any platform) through the fact that Java programs are compiled into bytecodes, which are similar to machine code and are not specific to any platform. This makes it a useful language for programming Web applications, since users access the Web from many types of computers. Currently, the most widespread use of Java is in programming small applications, or applets, for the World Wide Web.
Related concept: print job
A database operation that combines records from two or more tables, based on an exact match of key values in these tables. Once a recordset has been created based on a join, it functions as if the records were all in one table.
A joystick is usually used as a relative pointing device, moving an object on the screen when the stem is moved and stopping the movement when the stem is released. In industrial control applications, the joystick can also be used as an absolute pointing device, with each position of the stem mapped to a specific location on the screen. Subordinate concept to concept# 3417.[MSTP4.6] Only permissible in content for software developers .Moves the focus to a menu, command, or control, without using
the mouse.
Subordinate concept to concept# 3417.[MSTP4.6] Only permissible in content for software developers .Moves the focus to a menu, command, or control, without using
the mouse.
Superordinate concept. [MSTP4.6] Permissible in content for home users, information
workers, as well as software developers.
Related concept: reserved word
[MSN] A characteristic word that is associated with or appears in a Web page and can be searched upon to find relevant sites.
Each layer is responsible for providing specific services or functions for computers exchanging information over a communications network (such as the layers in the ISO/OSI reference model) and information is passed from one layer to the next. Although different suites have varying numbers of levels, generally the highest layer deals with software interactions at the application level, and the lowest governs hardware‐level connections between different computers.
Unicode (hex) character 007B.
Unicode (hex) character 0028.
Unicode (hex) character 005B.
The designation refers particularly to a change in process or technique that requires translating old data files to a new system.
Unicode (hex) character 2264.Can be used as an operator to compare two (or more) values or expressions.
Unicode (hex) character 003C.Can be used as an operator to compare two (or more) values or expressions. Also used in conjuction with a right angle bracket to enclose text or tags.
Unicode (hex) character 003C.Can be used as an operator to compare two (or more) values or expressions. Also used in conjuction with a right angle bracket to enclose text or tags.
Related concept: manual line break
[MSTP] Any type of box containing a list of items the user can select. The user cannot type a selection in a list box.Related concept: drop‐down list box
For example, Web servers maintain log files listing every request made to the server. Windows does not include a macro recorder, but many software programs do.[Access] An action or set of actions you can use to automate tasks. A Windows component intended to provide low‐vision users with adequate support to successfully interact with the Windows operating system UI.
Laptops have flat LCD or plasma screens and small keyboards. Most can run the same software as their desktop counterparts and can accept similar peripherals, such as sound cards, internal or external modems, and floppy disks and CD‐ROM drives. Some
laptops are designed to be plugged into a docking station, effectively making them desktop computers. Most have connectors for plugging in external keyboards and full‐
sized monitors. Laptops have flat LCD or plasma screens and small keyboards. Most can run the same software as their desktop counterparts and can accept similar peripherals, such as sound cards, internal or external modems, and floppy disks and CD‐ROM drives. Some
laptops are designed to be plugged into a docking station, effectively making them desktop computers. Most have connectors for plugging in external keyboards and full‐
sized monitors. Laptops have flat LCD or plasma screens and small keyboards. Most can run the same software as their desktop counterparts and can accept similar peripherals, such as sound cards, internal or external modems, and floppy disks and CD‐ROM drives. Some
laptops are designed to be plugged into a docking station, effectively making them desktop computers. Most have connectors for plugging in external keyboards and full‐
sized monitors. Related concept: scrolling text control
[OLD definition, MSPress] The server‐based component of software or data protection. In some systems, data or applications are stored on a server and must be downloaded to the local machine for use. When a client requests the data, it presents
a session key. If the session key supplied matches the master key, the key server sends the requested packet.
A sequence of bits or bytes at the beginning of a message that usually provides a timing sequence and specifies such aspects of the message structure as its length, data format, and block identification number.
[Previous definition, specific to "file"] Information about a file that is not the content of the file itself. Metadata is the descriptive characteristics of a file.
A mouse is a relative pointing device because there are no defined limits to the mouse's movement and because its placement on a surface does not map directly to a specific screen location. [previous definition] An operating system used on all personal computers and compatibles. As with other operating systems, it translates user keyboard input into operations the computer can perform. MS‐DOS can be easily accessed by using the command prompt, while MS‐DOS‐based programs can be accessed through the use of shortcuts on the desktop.
[previous definition] An operating system used on all personal computers and compatibles. As with other operating systems, it translates user keyboard input into operations the computer can perform. MS‐DOS can be easily accessed by using the command prompt, while MS‐DOS‐based programs can be accessed through the use of shortcuts on the desktop.
[previous definition] An operating system used on all personal computers and compatibles. As with other operating systems, it translates user keyboard input into operations the computer can perform. MS‐DOS can be easily accessed by using the command prompt, while MS‐DOS‐based programs can be accessed through the use of shortcuts on the desktop.
The column on the left side of the Outlook window that includes panes such as Shortcuts or Mail and the shortcuts or folders within each pane. Click a folder to show
the items in the folder. [Outlook]
[Vista] original definition: In tree structures, a location on the tree that can have links to one or more nodes below it.
[previous definition] The area on the taskbar to the right of the taskbar buttons. The notification area displays the time and can also contain shortcuts that provide quick access to programs, such as Volume Control and Power Options. Other shortcuts can appear temporarily, providing information about the status of activities. For example, the printer shortcut icon appears after a document has been sent to the printer and disappears when printing is complete.
[previous definition] The area on the taskbar to the right of the taskbar buttons. The notification area displays the time and can also contain shortcuts that provide quick access to programs, such as Volume Control and Power Options. Other shortcuts can appear temporarily, providing information about the status of activities. For example, the printer shortcut icon appears after a document has been sent to the printer and disappears when printing is complete.
[Vista] original definition: In reference to one or more computers, being disconnected from a network.
[Access] A query in which a user interactively specifies one or more criteria values. A parameter query is not a separate kind of query; rather, it extends the flexibility of a query. Applies to all content, not just text and graphics [andraa]
[MSPress] a protocol standard drafted by Microsoft and submitted to the IETF for consideration. PCT, like the Netscape‐designed SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), supports authentication and encryption for securing privacy in Internet communications.
[MSPress] a protocol standard drafted by Microsoft and submitted to the IETF for consideration. PCT, like the Netscape‐designed SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), supports authentication and encryption for securing privacy in Internet communications.
Unicode (hex) character 0025.
[Access] A case‐sensitive alphanumeric string 4 to 20 characters long that Access uses in combination with the account name to identify a user or group in an Access workgroup. [Access] A case‐sensitive alphanumeric string 4 to 20 characters long that Access uses in combination with the account name to identify a user or group in an Access workgroup. Unicode (hex) character 00B1.
The most common pointing device is the mouse. Other pointing devices include graphics tablets, styluses, light pens, joysticks, pucks, and trackballs.
Previous definition: An industry standard suite of protocols for the use of point‐to‐
point links to transport multiprotocol datagrams. PPP is documented in RFC 1661.
Previous definition: An industry standard suite of protocols for the use of point‐to‐
point links to transport multiprotocol datagrams. PPP is documented in RFC 1661.
[previous definition] A connection point, or outlet, on a computer where you can connect devices. For example, a printer is usually connected to a parallel (or LPT) port
and a modem is usually connected to a serial (or COM) port.
Characterized by size and weight and includes laptops, ultralights, handheld devices.
A number that identifies each postal delivery area in a country.
Unicode (hex) character 0023.
Unicode (hex) character 0023.
The primary mouse button is the left button on most mice and trackball devices, and the lower button on some trackball devices, but you can switch the function of the buttons by using the Mouse Properties dialog box in Control Panel.
The primary mouse button is the left button on most mice and trackball devices, and the lower button on some trackball devices, but you can switch the function of the buttons by using the Mouse Properties dialog box in Control Panel.
[old] A 25‐character, alpha‐numeric string. Customers must enter this string to activate their installation of Windows. The product key is located on the certificate of authenticity, which is attached to the computer chassis.
[Excel] To make settings for a worksheet or workbook that prevent users from viewing or gaining access to the specified worksheet or workbook elements.
[InfoPath] To make a form template available for other people to fill out in InfoPath or a Web browser.
[Office Online] A specific request for the retrieval, creation, modification, or deletion of data in a database.Related concept: action query
Unicode (hex) character 003F.
In Windows printing terminology, a queue refers to a group of documents waiting to be printed. In NetWare and OS/2 environments, queues are the primary software interface between the application and print device; users submit documents to a queue. With Windows, however, the printer is that interface; the document is sent to a printer, not a queue.
A record is more commonly called a row in an SQL database.
A record is more commonly called a row in an SQL database.
[Access] In an Access database, to redisplay the records in a form or datasheet to reflect changes that other users have made. In an Access project, to rerun a query underlying the active form or datasheet in order to reflect changes to records.
[additional info from MS Press] Reliability is measured by different performance indexes. For example, the reliability of a hard disk is often given as mean time between failures (MTBF): the average length of time the disk can be expected to function without failing. See also MTBF, MTTR.
See also ray tracing.
[Access] The process of copying a database so that two or more copies can exchange updates of data or replicated objects. This exchange is called synchronization. [Windows XP Glossary] In Active Directory, replication synchronizes schema, configuration, application, and domain directory partitions between domain controllers. In Distributed File System (DFS), replication synchronizes files and folders between DFS roots and root targets.
[Old] Use to refer to text that's aligned at the right margin. Hyphenate the adjective in
all positions in the sentence. Do not use right‐justified.
The folder on a drive from which all other folders branch. The root folder's name consists of a single backslash character (\). For example, on drive C, this folder would be represented in the file system as C:\.[Office XP]
The folder on a drive from which all other folders branch. The root folder's name consists of a single backslash character (\). For example, on drive C, this folder would be represented in the file system as C:\.[Office XP]
The right button on most mice and trackball devices, and the upper button on other trackball devices, but you can switch the function of the buttons in the Mouse Control
Panel.
Every account on a network is issued a unique SID when the account is first created. Internal processes in Windows refer to an account`s SID rather than the account's user or group name.
Every account on a network is issued a unique SID when the account is first created. Internal processes in Windows refer to an account`s SID rather than the account's user or group name.
Every account on a network is issued a unique SID when the account is first created. Internal processes in Windows refer to an account`s SID rather than the account's user or group name.
[Windows XP] To specify, or highlight, an object or block of text so that you can manipulate or edit it in some way. A single or double mouse click, mouse click and drag, or keystrokes may be used to make the selection.
The term is adapted from usage in relation to manual typewriters, in which the key physically shifted the carriage to print an alternative character.
Subordinate concept to concept# 3417.[MSTP4.6] Only permissible in content for software developers.[Old definition] A key or combination of keys that, when pressed
will quickly perform an action that would normally require several user actions, such as menu selections.
Subordinate concept to concept# 3417.[MSTP4.6] Only permissible in content for software developers.[Old definition] A key or combination of keys that, when pressed
will quickly perform an action that would normally require several user actions, such as menu selections.
[Old] Standby or hibernation mode. Power‐saving modes in which some or all devices are switched off, but the computer can still continue functioning when the user switches it back ("wakes it") without data loss.
[Old] Standby or hibernation mode. Power‐saving modes in which some or all devices are switched off, but the computer can still continue functioning when the user switches it back ("wakes it") without data loss.
[InfoPath] The collection of fields and groups that define and store the data for an InfoPath form.[MSDN] A source of data and the connection information needed to access that data. Examples of data sources are Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle RDBMS, a spreadsheet, and a text file. Examples of connection information include server location, database name, logon ID, password, and various ODBC driver options that describe how to connect to the data source.
[InfoPath] The collection of fields and groups that define and store the data for an InfoPath form.[MSDN] A source of data and the connection information needed to access that data. Examples of data sources are Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle RDBMS, a spreadsheet, and a text file. Examples of connection information include server location, database name, logon ID, password, and various ODBC driver options that describe how to connect to the data source.
ACPI S3, or Suspend to RAM. Your data and machine state are in volatile memory. Resuming from S3 is really fast – about 2 or 3 sec., and Windows preserves your entire session and any open files – a very good on/off working model. However, if power is lost, so is your data and context. S3 and S4 are specific system power states specified in the ACPI specification; virtually all PCs support these states. When first turned on (cold boot) or reset (warm boot), the computer executes the software that loads and starts the computer's more complicated operating system and prepares it for use.
Style sheets can be created using stylesheet languages such as Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) or eXtensible Stylesheet Language (XSL).
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[GTMT] If syntax checking is enabled, errors are highlighted after you type a line and press ENTER.[Old] An error resulting from a statement that violates one or more grammatical rules of a programming language.
Hardware system means a computer (including main processing unit, memory, input and output devices, storage devices and peripherals). A software system (also called operating system) is a set of software programs, needed to manage the hardware as well as software applications and data files.
[Access] A control you can use to construct a single form or dialog box that contains several pages, each with a tab, and each containing similar controls, such as text boxes or option buttons. When a user clicks a tab, that page becomes active. [Access] A control you can use to construct a single form or dialog box that contains several pages, each with a tab, and each containing similar controls, such as text boxes or option buttons. When a user clicks a tab, that page becomes active. The word tab is short for "tabulator," which was the name given to this key on typewriters, where it was used in creating tables.
[andraa] Can apply to worksheets, Web pages, slides, etc., not just "documents."[Excel] A workbook that you create and use as the basis for other similar
workbooks. This describes a specific feature, currently available in some Office applications, and is
distinct from the generic concept of text, word, or line wrap (see separate entry).
[MSPress] The conversion of text‐based data into voice output by speech synthesis devices to allow users to gain access to information by telephone or to allow blind or illiterate people to use computers.
[MSPress] The conversion of text‐based data into voice output by speech synthesis devices to allow users to gain access to information by telephone or to allow blind or illiterate people to use computers.
Previous definition: In programming, a process that is part of a larger process or program.
Unicode (hex) character 005F.
[Access] To accept changes to data in a record. The changes are saved in the database
when you move to another record on a form, datasheet, or data access page, or when
you explicitly save the record. Access displays the message specified in the ValidationText property when the rule is violated.
Unicode (hex) character 007C.
Unicode (hex) character 007C.
[Access] In an Access project, an object that is a virtual table based on an SQL SELECT statement. For example, a view might only contain 3 out of 10 available columns in a join of two tables, in order to limit access to certain data. [MS Press] technical definition: In relational database management systems, a logical table created through the specification of one or more relational operations on one or more tables. A view is equivalent to a divided relation in the relational model.
[PowerPoint] A way of displaying the contents of a presentation and providing the user with the means to interact with it.[InfoPath] A form‐specific display setting that can be saved with a form template and applied to form data when the form is being filled out.
Unicode (hex) character 002F.
Unicode (hex) character 002F.
Unicode (hex) character 002F.
Documents on the World Wide Web, called pages or Web pages, are written in HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), identified by URLs (Uniform Resource Locators) that specify the particular machine and pathname by which a file can be accessed, and transmitted from node to node to the end user under HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol). Codes, called tags, embedded in an HTML document associate particular words and images in the document with URLs so that a user can access another file, which may be halfway around the world, at the press of a key or the click of a mouse. These files may contain text (in a variety of fonts and styles), graphics images, movie files, and sounds as well as Java applets, ActiveX controls, or other small embedded software programs that execute when the user activates them by clicking on a link. A user visiting a Web page also may be able to download files from an FTP site and send
messages to other users via e‐mail by using links on the Web page. The World Wide Web was developed by Timothy Berners‐Lee in 1989 for the European Laboratory for Particle Physics (CERN).
Documents on the World Wide Web, called pages or Web pages, are written in HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), identified by URLs (Uniform Resource Locators) that specify the particular machine and pathname by which a file can be accessed, and transmitted from node to node to the end user under HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol). Codes, called tags, embedded in an HTML document associate particular words and images in the document with URLs so that a user can access another file, which may be halfway around the world, at the press of a key or the click of a mouse. These files may contain text (in a variety of fonts and styles), graphics images, movie files, and sounds as well as Java applets, ActiveX controls, or other small embedded software programs that execute when the user activates them by clicking on a link. A user visiting a Web page also may be able to download files from an FTP site and send
messages to other users via e‐mail by using links on the Web page. The World Wide Web was developed by Timothy Berners‐Lee in 1989 for the European Laboratory for Particle Physics (CERN).
Documents on the World Wide Web, called pages or Web pages, are written in HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), identified by URLs (Uniform Resource Locators) that specify the particular machine and pathname by which a file can be accessed, and transmitted from node to node to the end user under HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol). Codes, called tags, embedded in an HTML document associate particular words and images in the document with URLs so that a user can access another file, which may be halfway around the world, at the press of a key or the click of a mouse. These files may contain text (in a variety of fonts and styles), graphics images, movie files, and sounds as well as Java applets, ActiveX controls, or other small embedded software programs that execute when the user activates them by clicking on a link. A user visiting a Web page also may be able to download files from an FTP site and send
messages to other users via e‐mail by using links on the Web page. The World Wide Web was developed by Timothy Berners‐Lee in 1989 for the European Laboratory for Particle Physics (CERN).
Documents on the World Wide Web, called pages or Web pages, are written in HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), identified by URLs (Uniform Resource Locators) that specify the particular machine and pathname by which a file can be accessed, and transmitted from node to node to the end user under HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol). Codes, called tags, embedded in an HTML document associate particular words and images in the document with URLs so that a user can access another file, which may be halfway around the world, at the press of a key or the click of a mouse. These files may contain text (in a variety of fonts and styles), graphics images, movie files, and sounds as well as Java applets, ActiveX controls, or other small embedded software programs that execute when the user activates them by clicking on a link. A user visiting a Web page also may be able to download files from an FTP site and send
messages to other users via e‐mail by using links on the Web page. The World Wide Web was developed by Timothy Berners‐Lee in 1989 for the European Laboratory for Particle Physics (CERN).
Documents on the World Wide Web, called pages or Web pages, are written in HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), identified by URLs (Uniform Resource Locators) that specify the particular machine and pathname by which a file can be accessed, and transmitted from node to node to the end user under HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol). Codes, called tags, embedded in an HTML document associate particular words and images in the document with URLs so that a user can access another file, which may be halfway around the world, at the press of a key or the click of a mouse. These files may contain text (in a variety of fonts and styles), graphics images, movie files, and sounds as well as Java applets, ActiveX controls, or other small embedded software programs that execute when the user activates them by clicking on a link. A user visiting a Web page also may be able to download files from an FTP site and send
messages to other users via e‐mail by using links on the Web page. The World Wide Web was developed by Timothy Berners‐Lee in 1989 for the European Laboratory for Particle Physics (CERN).
[Word] Any graphic or text, such as "Confidential," that when printed appears either on top of or behind existing document text.
Related concept: orphan
Windows Explorer resembles the File Manager of Windows 3.1. The user can select folders from a list displayed on the left side of the screen and access files in a selected folder from a list displayed on the right side of the screen.
[Access] A group of users in a multiuser environment who share data and the same workgroup information file. [Access] A group of users in a multiuser environment who share data and the same workgroup information file. Zooming is a feature of many programs, including drawing, word processing, and spreadsheet programs, that allow the user to select a small part of the screen, zoom it, and make changes to the enlarged portion at a finer level of detail. The amount of zoom is usually shown as a percentage (200% size) or ratio (for example, 2:1 means twice normal size).
Zooming is a feature of many programs, including drawing, word processing, and spreadsheet programs, that allow the user to select a small part of the screen, zoom it, and make changes to the enlarged portion at a finer level of detail. The amount of zoom is usually shown as a percentage (200% size) or ratio (for example, 2:1 means twice normal size).
The amount of zoom is usually shown as a percentage (25% size, 50% size) or ratio (for example, 1:2 means reduced to 1/2 size).
[andraa] need to compare against "parent" and "parent element"
[andraa] need to compare against "parent" and "parent element"
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[Word] Text that is not formatted with a built‐in heading style (Heading 1 through Heading 9) or an outline‐level paragraph format (Level 1 through Level 9).
[Word] A list of words to include in an index.
Formatting the contents of a control in a form or report based on one or more conditions. A condition can reference another control, the control with focus, or a user‐defined Visual Basic for Applications function.
The private key stays on the sender's computer, and the certificate contains the public
key. The certificate is sent with digitally signed messages. Recipients save it and use the public key to encrypt messages to the sender.
[MSTP 4.6] A closed version of a list box with an arrow next to it. Clicking the arrow opens the list.
[Old, AWS UA Term Review: InfoPath] An XML vocabulary for specifying formatting semantics. An XSL style sheet specifies the presentation of a class of XML documents by describing how an instance of the class is transformed into an XML document that uses the formatting vocabulary.
[Old, AWS UA Term Review: InfoPath] An XML vocabulary for specifying formatting semantics. An XSL style sheet specifies the presentation of a class of XML documents by describing how an instance of the class is transformed into an XML document that uses the formatting vocabulary.
In an Access database (.mdb), it's a field with a Hyperlink data type. In an Access project (.adp), it's a field that has the IsHyperlink property set to True.
Often used in tables of contents.
[Office] This enables you to give search instructions such as "Find all appointments for
today."
[Office] This enables you to give search instructions such as "Find all appointments for
today."
The file that contains an object library typically has the extension .olb.
With a partial replica, you can set filters and identify relationships that define which subset of the records in the full replica should be present in the database.
[InfoPath] A short description that appears when the user holds the mouse pointer over an object, such as a button or hyperlink.[GTMT] A note that appears on the screen to provide information about a toolbar button, tracked change, or comment or
to display a footnote or endnote. ScreenTips also display the text that will appear if you choose to insert a date or AutoText entry.[Vista] A small pop‐up window that labels the unlabeled control being pointed to, such as unlabeled toolbar controls or command buttons.Related concept: What's This tip
[InfoPath] A short description that appears when the user holds the mouse pointer over an object, such as a button or hyperlink.[GTMT] A note that appears on the screen to provide information about a toolbar button, tracked change, or comment or
to display a footnote or endnote. ScreenTips also display the text that will appear if you choose to insert a date or AutoText entry.[Vista] A small pop‐up window that labels the unlabeled control being pointed to, such as unlabeled toolbar controls or command buttons.Related concept: What's This tip
[Office] A site that lives somewhere other than the top of the URL, e.g. http://portal/teams/site. Used for Tahoe scenarios
[Office] A site that lives somewhere other than the top of the URL, e.g. http://portal/teams/site. Used for Tahoe scenarios
Known as Web discussions to differentiate from discussion boards. Requires a Web server that is running SharePoint Team Services or Windows SharePoint Services.
[Office] Any one of a number of task‐based sections within the ribbon that contains a collection of groups related to that task.[andraa] This concept needs to be rationalized with "tab control"
pertains to things like database roll‐back and revert operations[Access] A series of changes made to a database's data and schema. Related concept: precomposed character. The letter 'ü' can be coded either as one code position [U+00FC] (precomposed character) or as a sequence ’u’ + ’¨’ [U+0075, U+00A8] (composite character).
[InfoPath] The script function code in a form that responds to a form event or data validation event.
Related concept: docked toolbar
The address book that contains all user, group, and distribution list e‐mail addresses in your organization. The administrator creates and maintains this address book. It may also contain public folder e‐mail addresses. [Outlook]
The address book that contains all user, group, and distribution list e‐mail addresses in your organization. The administrator creates and maintains this address book. It may also contain public folder e‐mail addresses. [Outlook]
The address book that contains all user, group, and distribution list e‐mail addresses in your organization. The administrator creates and maintains this address book. It may also contain public folder e‐mail addresses. [Outlook]
Related concept: spacing character
Related concept: spacing character
Related concept: composite character. The letter 'ü' can be coded either as one code position [U+00FC] (precomposed character) or as a sequence ’u’ + ’¨’ [U+0075, U+00A8] (composite character).
Related concept: non‐spacing character
[SQL Server] In Reporting Services, refers to a static report instance: data and layout, as it exists at a specific point in time.
[SQL Server] In Reporting Services, refers to a static report instance: data and layout, as it exists at a specific point in time.
Original SQL Server definition: "The data sent to the subscriber as the result of a subscription. For event‐triggered subscriptions, Notification Services produces a notification each time an input event matches the subscription. For scheduled subscriptions, Notification Services might produce a notification each time the subscription is scheduled, if an event matches the subscription."Original DPS definition: "An event that is rendered into a message sent to an administrator. A text message sent to a notification recipient (by e‐mail, pager or other mechanism) in response to an event in the computer running DPS."
[Vista UX guide] A small pop‐up window that describes the object being pointed to, such as descriptions of toolbar controls, icons, graphics, links, Explorer objects, Start menu items, and taskbar buttons. Examples are progress bar, hourglass, and .avi animation.
[Access] A file (.snp extension) that contains a high‐fidelity copy of each page of an Access report. It preserves the two‐dimensional layout, graphics, and other embedded objects of the report.
[Access] A file (.snp extension) that contains a high‐fidelity copy of each page of an Access report. It preserves the two‐dimensional layout, graphics, and other embedded objects of the report.
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See entry #126 "Microsoft .NET Framework" for additional target languages. It is a duplicate concept and the synonym needs to be moved to this entry.
Related concepts: bubbling, direct routing, routed event
component name [Vista, old] A component in Windows folders that allows users a quick and simple way to find their files. Users can simply type some text and their current set of files is filtered down automatically, as they type, in real time, by both filename and properties. For example, the user can type in Word to filter down their files to only “Microsoft Word” documents.
component name [Vista, old] A component in Windows folders that allows users a quick and simple way to find their files. Users can simply type some text and their current set of files is filtered down automatically, as they type, in real time, by both filename and properties. For example, the user can type in Word to filter down their files to only “Microsoft Word” documents.
[Windows] A filter effect in Windows Movie Maker.
[Windows] A filter effect in Windows Movie Maker.
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Blogs are often used to publish personal or company information in an informal way.
Blogs are often used to publish personal or company information in an informal way.
Blogs are often used to publish personal or company information in an informal way.
Ethernet supports different mediums, such as coaxial cable, fiber‐optic cable, and twisted‐pair wiring, and different data rates, such as 10 megabits per second (Mbps).
[Works]The date by which a To Do should be completed.
Moving the slider to the left makes the image less faded (less transparent); moving it to the right makes the image more faded (more transparent). If an image is not transparent, it can be difficult to read the text in the document.
An example of a Works Project is "Plan a Party" or "Start a Fundraiser."
[Access] The process of updating two members of a replica set by exchanging all updated records and objects in each member. Two replica set members are synchronized when the changes in each have been applied to the other. [Windows Media Player] The process of maintaining data on a mobile device based on the rules in a partnership or actions specified by the user. This may require copying data from a
computer or server to a device, updating information on the device, or deleting files from the device. [Works 9.0 review] Function has been removed.
[Access] The process of updating two members of a replica set by exchanging all updated records and objects in each member. Two replica set members are synchronized when the changes in each have been applied to the other. [Windows Media Player] The process of maintaining data on a mobile device based on the rules in a partnership or actions specified by the user. This may require copying data from a
computer or server to a device, updating information on the device, or deleting files from the device. [Works 9.0 review] Function has been removed.
In Internet Explorer, the Information bar appears below the Address bar and displays information about downloads, blocked pop‐up windows, and other activities.
A condition or action, or a set of conditions or actions, that automatically performs tasks based on events and values in the form.[InfoPath]Windows/OE agrees conceptually with this definition, but not for use with their audience. See GTMT #38137 for team‐authored definition.
A condition or action, or a set of conditions or actions, that automatically performs tasks based on events and values in the form.[InfoPath]Windows/OE agrees conceptually with this definition, but not for use with their audience. See GTMT #38137 for team‐authored definition.
[Communicator] A list of accounts on an IM network that a user has indicated are allowed to initiate an IM session with the user or view presence information about the user.[MSN] A list that specifies websites where pop‐ups are allowed.
[Communicator] A list of accounts on an IM network that a user has indicated are allowed to initiate an IM session with the user or view presence information about the user.[MSN] A list that specifies websites where pop‐ups are allowed.
[Groove] A Groove user who belongs to a workspace.
[Excel] An interactive, cross tabulated Excel report that summarizes and analyzes data, such as database records, from various sources including ones external to Excel. Definition describes appearance in Office Outlook.
[PowerPoint] A table included with a chart that provides sample information showing where to type your own row and column labels and data.
A section break stores the section formatting elements, such as the margins, page orientation, headers and footers, and sequence of page numbers.
[Online Help] Text that's contained within a single text box or a chain of linked text boxes.
This option is available in a number of Office applications. It allows users to display their content in a Web browser to see how it will appear before actually publishing it to a Web site.
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Categories help the user to find, sort, filter and group items.
A symbol that indicates there is a follow‐up action needed from you or from someone
else.[Outlook]
[Duet] An instance of any of the built‐in item types supported by Outlook. For example, Appointment, Contact, Distribution List, Mail, Note, Post, and Task.
[Duet] An instance of any of the built‐in item types supported by Outlook. For example, Appointment, Contact, Distribution List, Mail, Note, Post, and Task.
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[Office] A file of or link to RSS data that RSS aggregators read and display; the content source for RSS.
[Office] A file of or link to RSS data that RSS aggregators read and display; the content source for RSS.
[Office] A file of or link to RSS data that RSS aggregators read and display; the content source for RSS.
[Office] A file of or link to RSS data that RSS aggregators read and display; the content source for RSS.
[Office] A file of or link to RSS data that RSS aggregators read and display; the content source for RSS.
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[Vista] Using genuine Microsoft software offers you greater capabilities and easy integration with the widest variety of hardware, software, and services. It also provides confidence that you will receive the latest product features, updates, and ongoing improvements to keep your PC performing at its best.
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It protects data by preventing unauthorized users from breaking Windows file and system protection on lost or stolen computers. It provides the following values: ensures boot integrity, protects data while the system is offline, eases equipment recycling.
It protects data by preventing unauthorized users from breaking Windows file and system protection on lost or stolen computers. It provides the following values: ensures boot integrity, protects data while the system is offline, eases equipment recycling.
[Vista] Based on the observation that in the early part of the 20th century black‐and‐
white images were not really black‐and‐white, but more brown and white, owing to the dyes used to print the pictures.
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[old] A service of Windows Vista that implements User Account Protection (UAP).
[old] A service of Windows Vista that implements User Account Protection (UAP).
[LIP] The process of checking whether entered data meets certain conditions or limitations.
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[previous definition] A platform that enables users to view useful data from their PCs or other devices and peripherals by using gadgets.
[previous definition] A platform that enables users to view useful data from their PCs or other devices and peripherals by using gadgets.
A feature in Internet Explorer 7.0 and an add‐in to the MSN Search toolbar.
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Security is increased by passing Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) messages in Ethernet frames instead of using Point‐to‐Point Protocol.
Security is increased by passing Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) messages in Ethernet frames instead of using Point‐to‐Point Protocol.
Security is increased by passing Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) messages in Ethernet frames instead of using Point‐to‐Point Protocol.
[MSTP4.6]General term for spyware, adware, and similar software.
Software that is installed onto an old computer to transfer files and settings into a new computer; the user selects via a wizard what he or she wants to transfer in the old computer, and when the wizard finishes, all selected files and settings are transferred to the new computer.
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This definition needs to be approved by MSTP before being used externally.
This definition needs to be approved by MSTP before being used externally.
Types of styles you can create and apply include paragraph style, character style, table style, and list style.
[Word] A list of the words and phrases that are discussed in a printed document, along with the page numbers they appear on.
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[Old] A wireless implementation that is based on a subset of the IEEE 802.11i standard.
[Old] A wireless implementation that is based on a subset of the IEEE 802.11i standard.
[Vista] A hashing scheme is a method for transforming data (for example, a password)
in such a way that the result is unique and cannot be changed back to its original form. The Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP) uses challenge‐
response with one‐way MD5 hashing on the response. In this way, you can prove to the server that you know your password without actually sending the password over the network.
Text appears with no motion or fade
[Credits] Paired credits zoom in and outline explodes off screen
Zooms in, outline explodes off screen
Flashes on and off
Fades in, pauses, flies out right
[Title] Text flies in and out from both sides. [Credits] Paired credits fly in from both sides
Banner fades in and out (overlay)
Spins and zooms in (overlay)
Fills with paint
Slides down and then up (overlay)
Stretches up and in
Subtitle at bottom (overlay)
Scrolls right to left in color band (overlay)
Typing text one letter at a time
[Credits] Credits scroll up on the right with video squeezed on left (overlay)
[Credits] Credits scroll up on the bottom with video squeezed on top (overlay)
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A permission level in the "File Sharing" function.
A permission level in the "File Sharing" function.
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Unicode range 31CO‐31EF
Unicode range 1980‐19DF
Unicode range 2D30‐2D7F
Localized for Japanese market only.
[InfoPath] A managed‐code programming environment that is used to create, edit, and debug Visual Basic or Visual C# code included in an InfoPath form template. [InfoPath] A managed‐code programming environment that is used to create, edit, and debug Visual Basic or Visual C# code included in an InfoPath form template. [InfoPath] A managed‐code programming environment that is used to create, edit, and debug Visual Basic or Visual C# code included in an InfoPath form template. feature name
Feature name
Feature name
Documentation piece for Windows Mobile‐Based, Premium‐Branded Devices. Documentation piece for Windows Mobile‐Based, Premium‐Branded Devices. Similar to Stacked Bar, but with vertical columns instead of horizontal bars.
Similar to Stacked Column, but with horizontal bars instead of vertical columns.
Sub‐types: radar, filled radar
This format is more commonly used when applying for teaching or research positions,
grants or fellowships, and for employment outside of the United States. A CV is typically longer and more detailed than a resume.
This format is more commonly used when applying for teaching or research positions,
grants or fellowships, and for employment outside of the United States. A CV is typically longer and more detailed than a resume.
If an exact match is found, the name is underlined. If multiple matches are found, a red, wavy line appears under the name. Right‐click the name to see the matches.If multiple matches are found, and you A collective, superordinate concept for the various types of Explorers in Vista.
In Windows Vista, this is one of several parameters that combine to control the turbulent vector field which causes the bubbles to move around. In Windows Vista, this is one of several parameters that combine to control the turbulent vector field which causes the bubbles to move around. Turbulence speed controls how fast we are moving through the noise space.
The features include: 1. Protection from contact with deceptive people or predators 2. Contact Management through ABCH 3. Online application control for Windows Live
Communications Services 4. Protection from exposure to pornography and/or inappropriate content 5. Content Filtering technology 6. Local application restriction controls 7.Game restriction controls
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[MSN] The act of using a blog to receive or send information or data [MSN] One who maintains a blog
The official URL: http://windowshelp.microsoft.com
The official URL: http://windowshelp.microsoft.com
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One of the entry points for bare metal recovery.
One of the entry points for bare metal recovery.
Select, MSDN, and Worldwide Fulfillment (WWF) media are the only media available for multiple installations. Retail product CDs (boxed product purchased from a retail outlet) can no longer be used for multiple installations. Select, MSDN, and Worldwide Fulfillment (WWF) media are the only media available for multiple installations. Retail product CDs (boxed product purchased from a retail outlet) can no longer be used for multiple installations. Select, MSDN, and Worldwide Fulfillment (WWF) media are the only media available for multiple installations. Retail product CDs (boxed product purchased from a retail outlet) can no longer be used for multiple installations. Refers to concept of "tabbed browsing"
Health is defined by a client computer's configuration state. Some common measurements of health include: the operational status of Windows Firewall, the update status of antivirus signatures, and the installation status of security updates.
[additional definition] In computers, an error results when an event does not occur as expected or when impossible or illegal maneuvers are attempted. In data communications, an error occurs when there is a discrepancy between the transmitted and received data.
The local Help content that shipped on the box.
[MSDN Article ID 555223] A file stored in the root of a partition to where the operating system will move pages (4 KB pieces) when the memory in use exceeds the amount of RAM available; thus, freeing RAM for other uses.
[MSDN Article ID 555223] A file stored in the root of a partition to where the operating system will move pages (4 KB pieces) when the memory in use exceeds the amount of RAM available; thus, freeing RAM for other uses.
[MSDN Article ID 555223] A file stored in the root of a partition to where the operating system will move pages (4 KB pieces) when the memory in use exceeds the amount of RAM available; thus, freeing RAM for other uses.
Microsoft allocates new facility codes as they become necessary.
Microsoft allocates new facility codes as they become necessary.
www.windowsmarketplace.com
Unicode (hex) character 00B4.
Unicode (hex) character 0026.
Unicode (hex) character 0027.
Unicode (hex) character 0027.
The copyright notice for Microsoft usually takes the following form:© 1985–2003 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Unicode (hex) character 00F7
Unicode (hex) character 0024
Unicode (hex) character 003D
Unicode (hex) character 0021.
Unicode (hex) character 201C.
Unicode (hex) character 201C.
Unicode (hex) character 201D.
Unicode (hex) character 201D.
Unicode (hex) character 0022.
Unicode (hex) character 00AE.
Unicode (hex) character 2122.
Unicode (hex) character 007E.
Unicode (hex) character 00A7.
In MS software italic text slants to the right for all languages (including Arabic and Hebrew). However, the preference for right‐to‐left languages would be for italic text to slant to the left, and this may be the case in other applications.
By selecting the appropriate statements from a series of impairments or difficulties, the users are presented with a list of recommended settings on their computer to make it easier for them to use.
Unicode (hex) character 00D7.
Unicode (hex) character 20AC.
This term was added to standardize its usage as a UI string. Vista desktop will provide automatic scaling of legacy applications for high resolution monitors.
A metaphor of user manipulation with data and documents, leveraging the concept of
material representation of data pieces that can be handled by mouse pointer in a fashion, similar to handling pieces of paper on a desktop. [GTMT] A Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services site that is created for collaborating
on one or more documents.
[GTMT] A Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services site that is created for collaborating
on one or more documents.
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Replaces the Address bar that has been around since Windows 98 and displayed a DOS‐like path. This new bar looks like and serves a similar purpose as its predecessor. However, rather than being a static representation of the path, it is completely "live." In other words, not only can you click on any folder name listed in the this new bar to access that folder, but you can click on the arrow icon that appears in between each folder name and access a drop‐down menu that lists all the sub folders contained in that particular folder.
Multiple monitors feature in Vista
Related Concepts: close, end
Related Concepts: exit, close
A discovery and name services proposal under consideration by the Internet Engineering Task Force, http://www.ietf.org/.
A discovery and name services proposal under consideration by the Internet Engineering Task Force, http://www.ietf.org/.
Directive 1999/93/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 December 1999 on a community Framework for Electronic Signatures, OJ L13/12 of 19.1.2000: "a certificate which meets the requirements laid down in Annex I and is provided by a certification‐service‐provider who fulfils the requirements laid down in Annex II."
A DCE is an intermediary device that often transforms input from a DTE before sending it to a recipient. A modem, for example, is a DCE that modulates data from a microcomputer (DTE) and sends it along a telephone connection.
A DCE is an intermediary device that often transforms input from a DTE before sending it to a recipient. A modem, for example, is a DCE that modulates data from a microcomputer (DTE) and sends it along a telephone connection.
[MSTP 4.6] Make it clear whether you are talking about a disk or its associated drive.
Related concept: overwrite
This results in selecting the item or beginning an action. feature name
[Access] A restriction placed upon the value that can be entered into a column or a row. For example, values in the Age column cannot be less than 0 or greater than 110. feature name
[Access] A control that displays descriptive text, such as a title, a caption, or instructions, on a form, report or data access page.
[MSDN] The process of organizing data in a database. Examples of reports are sales summaries, phone lists, and mailing labels. [Office Online] All forms have a detail section, but a form can also include form header, page header, page footer, and form footer sections. Note tags include descriptors (like “Web site” or “Question”) or action items (“To Do”,
“Email to send”). Note tags include descriptors (like “Web site” or “Question”) or action items (“To Do”,
“Email to send”). Click Print Preview to display the exact data that appears in the report.
[Office Online] A field, used on a form or report in an Access database, that either displays a list of values retrieved from a table or query, or stores a static set of values.
Snapshot Viewer consists of a stand‐alone executable program, a Snapshot Viewer control (Snapview.ocx), a Help file, and other related files.
[GTMT] A query that returns rows into a result set from one or more tables. A Select query can contain specifications for those columns to return, the rows to select, the order to put the rows in, and how to group (summarize) information.
[MSDN] A link between tables that references the primary key in one table to a foreign key in another table.
[Access} The collective name given to table‐, dynaset‐, and snapshot‐type Recordset objects, which are sets of records that behave as objects.
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